Entrance to circuit: Laa an der Thaya, Hanfthal, Stronsdorf, Oberschoderlee, Gaubitsch, Kleinbaumgarten
Marked roads: 821, 818, 819, 820, Naturjuwelenradweg
Refreshments: Laa an der Thaya, Stronsdorf, Gaubitsch
Please note: In Austria the trail runs in part along less busy roads.
Good to know: The brewing privilege existing since the Middle Ages was confirmed to the Town of Laa in 1454 by a deed including the right to also sell beer beyond the town boundaries.
Laa an der Thaya – the square with its face preserved since the 13th century, the Town Hall in the square was built to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the rule of the Emperor Franz Joseph I, the Old Town Hall from the mid-13th century (now housing the Regional Museum), an educational trail along the town wall, the thermal spa of Laa.
Stronsdorf – the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary (Maria Himmelfahrt) with an organ made by the Brno organ maker Jan Výmola.
Gaubitsch – a remarkable parish church dedicated to St. Stephen.