Registration will take place at the start of each route. To see the routes, click here. Once you have bought your ticket and filled out your map, you are an official participant of the march. Participation fee is 30 CZK, individuals up to the height of 2.5 Czech Elbow (1 Czech Elbow = 0,594 m) and people over 60 years of age pay a reduced fee of 20 CZK.
The longest route called Karel Kulleh’s Route is 70 km long and is meant only for the fittest walkers. It starts from Háje metro stations and participants need a medical certificate to prove that they are fit enough to take part in such an event.
No start in Bystřice
Due to the works on the railway corridor, there will be no starting point in Bystřice u Benešova. The organizers recommend starting the route in Benešov.
There will be minor closures in the area between Tábor and Benešov during the march. For instance, the road between Heřmaničky and Prčice will be closed.
Regular trains to individual starting points of the march will be reinforced and the Czech Railways will also set up special express trains from Prague on that day. A shuttle service will be ensured from the finish in Prčice to Heřmaničky railway station, where the marchers can take regular or fast trains to Prague and České Budějovice. Those who need to travel to Milevsko, Sedlčany and Petrovice can make use of buses, which will leave from the square in Sedlec until approx. 19:30 h. There is also the option to go to Sedlčany via Heřmaničky and Olbramovice.