Hiking and cycling tours in the Czech Republic and SlovakiaGreenways Travel Club
specialist for active vacations in the Czech Republic and Slovakia
walking tours / bicycle tours / horseback-riding / canoeing / tours by car
Czech Republic phone: (+420) 519 511 572 - help...
Email: info@gtc.cz
Traveling Czech Republic GreenwaysHikingBiking, hiking, traveling across Czech Republic, Prague, TelcBikingTravels among Czech GreenwaysRidingExplore places behind former Iron CurtainBy waterVisit untouched nature behind former Iron CurtainBy carVisit beautiful cities such as Prague, Telc, Cesky Krumlov, Mikulov, LedniceBy minibus  
Greenways Travel Club: Active travels, biking and hiking across Greenways of Czech Republic (Prague, Telc, Cesky Krumlov, Trebic, Mikulov, Lednice, Valtice)
  Most popular tours

Cycling Vienna - Prague
Walking Vienna - Prague
Cycling Budapest - Cracow
Walking Budapest - Cracow
Czech experience tour
Flexible multisport tour
Economy flexible tour
Czech Greenways by car


Czech Republic Bicycle Tours
Slovakia Bicycle Tours
Central Europe Bicycle Tours
Create your own tour
Bike rental


Walking Vienna - Prague
Walking Budapest - Cracow
New Walking Prague - Dresden

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Greenways Travel Club has arranged active vacations and special interest tours along the Vienna-Prague Greenways since 1996 and it is still our most popular program in the Czech Republic. This unique, cultural trail and non-profit initiative benefits local communities and leads through beautiful, small Czech villages and towns. The highlights of this trail are Mikulov and the Lednice-Valtice Area in the South Moravian winegrowing region; Vranov by the Dyje river; the historical towns of Slavonice, Telc and Jindrichuv Hradec and finally Cesky Krumlov, a medieval town surrounded by the Vltava river.

Among our other popular walking and bicycle tours are the Amber Trail Greenways from Budapest to Krakow. This rewarding route leads through three countries - Hungary, Slovakia, and Poland in the steps of the historic amber trade route (more ...)