Now you have been well acquainted with places of interest in South Moravia that have been tied with Napoleon – Emperor of France and the two battles under his command of the beginning of 19th century. Next parts of the guide will let you know how to combine visits of the memorable places and monuments within four types of one-day trips and four types of those covering more than one day. It is up to you whether you decide to split the more-day lasting trip in one day and visit selected spots of interest. Each particular trip includes information on route details, level of challenge, length in kilometres, means of transport, recommended seasons for trips, itineraries as well as particular targets from the guide that have been tied with outlined trails. Some trails have been suggested in a way that you are free to choose from varieties depending upon whether you decide for hiking, biking or driving a car. When selecting trails we have had in mind not only well-trained hikers but also families with children and seniors, too.
We have divided the tourist trails in three different categories according to their level of difficulty. Trails labelled green are easy and suitable for everyone; even an unconditioned person will comfortably handle them. Orange means a longer, but still quite comfortable trail or a trail that includes more sights. Red colour marks the most challenging trails suitable for well-trained and fit tourists and enthusiasts.
Each trail will also provide you with detailed itineraries regarding where to start your trip, where to turn on your way or which sign to follow. Itineraries depict Napoleonic monuments on each particular trail as well as suggest some other attractive spots worth seeing on your way. Each trail contains numbers of those chapters that have been linked with particular trail.