Entrance to circuit: Mikulov, Březí, Dobré Pole, Novosedly, Dolní Dunajovice
Marked roads: EV13, 41, EV9, Mikulovská, Moravská vinná, Greenway Prague–Vienna, Stará hora, 5, Greenway Krakow-Morava-Vienna, 5236
Refreshments: Novosedly, Dolní Dunajovice, Mikulov
Please note: In Mikulov, international route 52 must be crossed using the pedestrian crossing near the roundabout at Billa, the Mikulov–Březí crossroads. The route leading around the industrial park to the pedestrian crossings near the shopping area is safer.
Good to know: In the period of The First Czechoslovak Republic, Dolní Dunajovice with its vineyard area of 500 ha was the largest wine village in Bohemia and Moravia.
Novosedly – you can view the Museum of Czechoslovak Fortifications ‘U Starého lomu’ from 1935–1938. The Church of St. Oldřich from the 13th century stands in the village square.
The Dunajovice Hills – a national nature monument which includes ‘Velká Slunečná’ Hill – a pyramid where you can climb up cascades to the top with a great view over the surroundings.
Dolní Dunajovice – a wine village where you can visit the Church of St. Jiljí from the 16th century, decorated with frescoes and paintings by the artist Jan Stern in the 18th century. An eighteenth-century pillory and three statues of saints are of interest.