Moravské Budějovice

From Moravské Budějovice to go mushrooming

Cycling trip No. 1

Moravské Budějovice, Vranin, Komárovice, Budkov, Hrachovec pond, Krnčice, Moravské Budějovice

Length of the route: 31 km.

Easy bike ride begins in Moravské Budějovice, which extends into the picturesque, slightly curved landscape of Southwest Moravia, split by the river Rokytná. In Moravské Budějovice you can visit the Baroque and Classicist chateau from the late 18th century with the expositions of the Vysočina Museum in Třebíč, the church of St. Gile from the first half of the 13th century or the meat shops with exhibits of long-lost crafts. From Moravské Budějovice then we will head towards Vranín and Komárovice. We will pass the Jewish cemetery on the left and on the right side two ponds (´Nový u háje´ and ´Šingrot´). In Komárovice, you will be attracted by the Vincenc Lesný Memorial Hall, who studied the Middle-Indian and New-Indian languages and was a friend of a Mahátma Gandhi. The exhibition in the house consists of his works and panels with the photos from visits to India. Next, we walk along the Komárovice pond to Budkov. A little detour will be worth it. We find here the chateau, which was rebuilt in the late Gothic style from the water fortress and in the years 1545 - 1555 it was rebuilt into a Renaissance chateau. Interesting is mainly its adjacent English park and water garden. Then we will head to the countryside full of ponds and hills. This part is also rich in mushrooms. In Krnčice we will pass a local castle, which is unfortunately inaccessible. We will end the whole trip again in Moravské Budějovice, where we can invite you to relax and enjoy the local swimming aquatic centre with three swimming pools.

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