The Pulkava River Valley will comfortably take you to the village of Hadres – the longest cellar lane in Central Europe – and through the Weinviertel region, famous for its countless cellar lanes where wine was produced in the past. The Pulkava River Valley also served as a model for the “Wiesbachtal” in Austrian writer Alfred Komarek’s crime novels. Through Seefeld-Kadolz, where you can visit a Baroque château, you will arrive at Jaroslavice on the Czech side. In Jaroslavice you can visit the local Baroque château from the 16th century or you can make a trip to the village of Slup, where the largest historical water mill in South Moravia can be found. From Jaroslavice you will continue past the Jaroslavice ponds, one of the largest bird reserves in Moravia, and the former military road – “the signal road” – will take you from Hevlín to the town of Laa an der Thaya, where you can relax in the thermal spa or in the outdoor swimming pool.