Krakow-Moravia-Vienna Greenway
Krakow-Moravia-Vienna Greenway

La Vía Verde se inicia:
País: Polonia
Región: Región sur
Localidad: Krakow

La Vía Verde termina:
País: Austria
Región: Viena
Localidad: Wien

Otras regiones cruzadas:
Silesia (República Checa)
Sudeste (República Checa)

Descriptivo :Longitud :
780 km

Tipo de firmes :
Duro y liso (asfalto, hormigón, betún)
Suelo suelto (arena, tierra, hierba, …)

Usuarios :
Bicicletas todoterreno

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Kraków-Moravia-Vienna Greenways is a heritage route based on a network of cycling, hiking, water and other thematic trails. The main backbone of the Greenway is a 780 km-long bicycle trail presenting the historic, cultural and natural richness of Central Europe. Beginning with the Krakow Jura Upland, Oswiecim Valley, Pszczyna Region and Cieszyn Silesia, the trail runs through the forested mountain ranges of the Beskydy Mountains, follows the valleys of the Oder and Be?va rivers, and after the vineyards of Southern Moravia and Lower Austria ends in Vienna. Local people and partners are planting local species of trees alongside the trail. Krakow-Moravia-Vienna Greenways will in the future be the longest alley of trees in Europe.

Organismo de gestión de la vía verde:Nombre de la organización: Milos Hotar

Dirección: Nadace Partnerství, Udolni 33, 602 00 Brno
Código postal: 602 00
Localidad: Krakow, Vienna
Teléfono: +420-515903121
Sitio web:

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The Krakow-Moravia-Vienna trail joins nature reserves, historical destinations and people, across three countries of Poland, Czech Republic and Austria. Predominantly it is very easy riding on flat terrain or rolling hills with only a handful of steep hills. The region is rich in cultural, natural and historical destinations as some towns are included on the UNESCO World Heritage List, eg, Krakow, Oswiecim or Olomouc. Also many castles dot the route. The trail commences in the former royal Polish capital of Krakow which is the most picturesque and historic city in the country. Continues past the town of Oswiecim, better known as Auschwitz, the renowned NAZI concentration camp. Passes through eastern edge of Czech Republics’ Moravia region that includes historical towns such as Štramberk, Olomouc and Brno or the nature reserve of Moravian Karst region with some of the best caves in Europe to visit. The Czech/Austrian border is a vast wine-growing region with plenty of vineyards and wine cellars to visit. Vienna, the former Austro-Hungarian Empires capital city, is the end of the trail and has plenty of monuments, palaces and some good trails to enjoy along the Danube River. Traditions of small breweries and beer production along the trail (famous centres of beer production in Brno, Prerov, Cieszyn, Zywiec, Tychy, etc.) Historical places and memories of K.U.K. Austria - which are in fashion nowadays - historical places and events related to the Franc Jozef, art, architecture, kitchen of that times Available maps and guidebooks (English or only in local language) “Greenways Krakow-Morava-Wien v Moravskoslezském kraji – 1:75 000” map by Region Poodří. “Cyklistická stezka Brno – Víden/Radweg Brno-Wien 1:75 000” map by Sdružení Cyklistická stezka Brno – Víden, a series of 6 maps. Laa an der Thaya to Wien trail is covered by “Radkarte Wein Viertel Ost 1:75 000” published by Weinviertel Tourismus GmbH. Goals and ambitious: o Longest alley of fruit trees in Europe o Publish guide book about the entire trail in 3-4 languages o Unified signposting and amenities along the entire Greenways o Improved safety in cities and towns o Increase Travel with a cause o Development of tourist product with local partners and municipalities o Certification of Bicyclist Welcome establishments Events/Opportunities on this Greenway 2007: 21.4. Earth day on Greenways 5.5. Opening of Brno-Vienna Greenways – bicycle ride for public 18.-20.5. organization of National cycle conference with field trip on new Greenways Odra-Morava-Danube (EuroVelo 9) 16.-22.9. European Greenway Day during the European Mobility Week in Brno 29. Closing of the season – bicycle ride for public

Servicios prácticos:
Áreas de descanso
Áreas de picnic
Alquiler de bicicletas
Aparcamiento para bicicletas
Puntos de información

Pertenece a:
Una red nacional


Anchura : 3 m
Pendiente media: 4%
Número de servicios de primeros auxilios: 112

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