The total length of the section is 79,8 km. We will start our cycling trip in the picturesque border village of Mikulovice – you can get there by train from Jeseník, to which there are direct train connections from Brno, Olomouc, Zábřeh na Moravě, or Krnov. In Mikulovice, see the most monumental church building in the Jeseník region – the Church of St. Nicholas. Do a slight climb along the trail to Písečná and across Česká Ves to Jeseník. In Písečná, you can take a trip along the hiking trail marked in blue to the Na Špičáku caves. In Česká Ves, we recommend the viewpoint on Čertovy kameny, to which a hiking trail marked in blue leads.
The total length of the section is 55,3 km. The second stage of our route will pass for the most part through the protected landscape area of Litovelské Pomoraví, which aims to protect the natural meandering flow of the River Morava and the surrounding floodplain forests. Litovelské Pomoraví is a unique European area; the local wetlands are protected by the Ramsar Convention. Rare plant species grow here and the occurrence of birds is also significant.
The total length of the section is 44,3 km. The third stage will take us from Olomouc, the last city of the second stage, through the landscape of the fertile Haná plain and through historic towns to the town of Kroměříž, often labelled as the Athens of Haná. We will follow cycle route no. 47. First we will pass Smetana's Orchards (“Smetanovy sady”) and then we will follow the new cycle path on Schweitzerova Street, around the Hamrejz pond and through Nemilany, a village on the outskirts of Olomouc. Via the villages of Kožušany-Tážaly, Blatec, and Charváty, we will reach Dub nad Moravou, with its pilgrimage church of the Purification of the Virgin Mary.
The total length of the section is 33,3 km. On the fourth stage of our journey, we will be guided mostly by comfortable cycle paths on the banks of the River Morava. Passing through the village of Kvasice, with its chateau, which is inaccessible to the public, we will come to Otrokovice, the industrial centre of the region. Here we have the opportunity to extend our trip and go to the city of Zlín, the regional capital promoted by the Baťa family.
The total length of the section is 44 km. From Uherské Hradiště, the last town of the fourth stage, we will go to Kunovice, where we can visit the Aviation Museum. If you do not want to ride through the town and do not mind avoiding Kunovice, you can head towards Kostelany and rejoin the trail in Ostrožská Nová Ves, where we will pass through the area of the local sulphur baths. The dominant feature of Uherský Ostroh is a Renaissance chateau with an arcaded courtyard. The chateau offers a sightseeing route with an ascent to the tower; it is also possible to see the gallery or descend to the chateau's underground area – to the Crystal Cave exhibition.
The total length of the section is 51,3, km.
The last stage of our journey follows cycle route no. 4 to Břeclav. The route leads south from Hodonín, the last town of the fifth stage, through a beautiful landscape and follows the flow of the River Morava. Before the confluence of the Rivers Morava and Dyje, the trail heads north again, towards Břeclav.
The last important sight on our way will be the Pohansko chateau, with an Old Slavonic fort. The chateau is part of the Lednice-Valtice area, which is inscribed into the UNESCO World Heritage List.