Bare foot trail

Bare foot trail

Bare Foot Trail – An unusual tourist attraction, which can be found in Valtice. The circular route of less than 5 km begins from the neighbouring Austrian village of Schrattenberg to Valtice – to the romantic Reistna Colonnade at the highest point of the Lednice – Valtice area.

The bare foot trail passes through the picturesque landscape around Rajsna Hill. The road goes past extensive vineyards to Austria, to the wine village of Schrattenberg. Along the way there is a total of 11 stops where visitors can walk barefoot on bark, pine cones and sandstones. You can balance on a shaky bridge made of wooden beams, relax on wooden deckchairs and enjoy the surroundings from the highest point – Homole Hill. Children can slide down on a natural slide.

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Lednice-Valtice Apartment

We cordially invite you to the Lednicko-Valtický Apartment, which is located in the South Moravian wine village of Hlohovec, in the middle of the Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape, whose monuments are included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. You can stay in our Lednicko-Valtický apartment, enjoy relaxing cycling in this flat beautiful countryside and sip the best wine from the vineyards around the protected landscape area of Pálava.

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