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The Ways of st. James that pass through our country are part of the European network of pilgrimage routes to Santiago de Compostela in Spain.

You can choose from 6 different routes. You can visit significant pilgrimage sites, cities and historical monuments. Wherever the current structure of the landscape allows it, the routes follow the ancient merchant paths. They lead along rivers, plains or even rock towns to the hills rich in forests.

The paths are as diverse as our country is, with monasteries, charming churches, chapels and other spiritual references to the lives of our ancestors, which with their presence point to the Christian history of our country. It is the most beautiful mixture of stimuli that you can experience in such a small area on a European scale.

The descriptions of the routes are of various lengths, and we are constantly adding details.

In 2018, we entered into an agrement with the Czech Tourists’ Club, thanks to which the routes are marked with a blue-yellow shell on tourist signposts.

The Zittau Way The East Bohemian Way The Všeruby Way The Železná Way The South Bohemian Way The Moravian-Silesian Way The Zittau Way The East Bohemian Way The Všeruby Way The Železná Way The South Bohemian Way The Moravian-Silesian Way
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The Zittau Way

Žitava (Zittau) – Český Dub – Mladá Boleslav – Stará Boleslav – Praha – 135 km This way copies the old pilgrimage and trade route, along which the Czech Bishop …


The Všeruby Way

Praha – Příbram – Klatovy – Kdyně – Všeruby 214 km The Všeruby way runs from the church of St. James in the Old Town in Prague through pilgrimage sites …

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The Železná Way

Praha – Beroun – Mariánský Týnec – Plasy – Kladruby – Železná – 257 km The Železná route combines picturesque views of the Berounka valley with Baroque Gothic gems from …

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The East Bohemian Way

Libná PL/CZ – Broumov – Hradec Králové – Kutná Hora – Kácov – Vlašim 264 km This St. Jacob’s Way, starting from the direction of the Polish pilgrimage site of …

Svaty kopecek Mikulov

The Moravian-Silesian Way

Opava – Olomouc – Brno – Mikulov – 276,5 km The Moravian-Silesian St. Jacob’s Route passes through two historical countries in the Czech Republic: Silesia and Moravia. Its length is …

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The South Bohemian Way

Vlašim – Tábor – Český Krumlov – Koranda – 213 km The South Bohemian route follows the East Bohemian route. It is based on Central Bohemia (or has an alternative …

You will find the ways in the list above. You can discover other interesting pilgrimages in the Czech Republic here (in Czech only):