Mikulov is a historic town in the southeast of the Czech Republic, just 80 km north of Vienna. It lies at the side of Palava Hills overlooking vineyards. The long list of its sights includes a Renaissance castle perched atop a rock in the middle of the town, picturescque square with Dietrichstein family tomb, the synagogue and the Jewish cemetery with the oldest gravestones dated back to 1605 or a pilgrimage route up the Holy Hill nearby.
Mikulov is an ideal starting point for a Central European ride, not only because our bike store is located here. Located at the intersection of international bike routes, Mikulov calls for rides to any directions joining Vienna-Prague Greenways Trail, Iron Curtain Trail or Amber Trail. From Mikulov you can also take a bit challenging trip climbing over Palava Hills or enjoy a relaxed ride around Nove Mlyny water reservoirs. Lovers of history could tour Mikulov Castle or continue to Lednice-Valtice UNESCO area graced with two magnificient Liechtenstein chateaux. The town's approximity to the Austrian border makes it also a perfect place to set off for a trip to Austrian Wine District or head further on for Vienna to join the Danube River Trail.