You will go from Valtice through Boří Dvůr up to the Břeclav-Poštorná–Reinthal border crossing. Before entering Austria, you can have something to eat or visit the Liechtenstein House in Břeclav or head to the confluence of the Thaya and Morava Rivers, where remnants of the original fence have been preserved. Then you will continue by crossing the Czech border at the Moravský Svätý Ján–Hohenau border crossing. Hohenau is a little town situated at the confluence of the Morava and Thaya Rivers at the point where the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Austria meet. In its immediate vicinity it offers unique river floodplains, one of the best preserved wetlands in Central Europe with opportunities for bird watching. The route also winds along the borders of Austria and Slovakia, almost following the western side of the Slovak border. It returns to the Austrian side through the border crossing in Záhorská Ves and continues to the town of Mannersdorf an der March.