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Slovakia: Book from Around Slovakia Edition – The Most Beautiful Bike Trails, Bratislava and Around
It isn’t necessary to introduce to enthusiastic tourists and bicycle tourists interesting book edition Around Slovakia by Dajama Publishing. Today we peek into another publication on bicycling from the edition. It came out under the name The Most Beautiful Bike Trails, Bratislava and Around. If you like to have it in your library, read on! One of you can win it!
Exceptionally interesting biking-guide would appreciate all fans of bicycles. It would guide you through the surroundings of Bratislava. Recently biking experiences an unusual boom in Slovakia, new bike paths and bike trails emerge constantly.
The book from Around Slovakia edition called The Most Beautiful Bike Trails, Bratislava and Around
describes up to 25 biking trails that are evenly distributed in Bratislava and around. Most of the most interesting biking trails are marked with special boards.
Of a dense biking trails network near our capital , mostly in the Small Carpathian Mountains and Slovakian border with -Austria, will choose what she likes not just experiences biker but a family with small children that would like to spend free time with their closest on bike as well. Aroudn Bratislava there is a wide variety of biking trails with different length and difficulty.
The Author Daniel Kollar compilled the biking guide with Lecturer Frantisek Turansky tried to pick such trails that would take you to the most interesting and most beautiful places of respective locality. They didn’t intend to circumvent any of important sights of nature or culture and history.
Biking trails mentioned in the first part of the book will take you to Bratislava Forest Park within which recently was founded BikePark. Reaming out-of-Carpathian trails near Bratislava are not near mountains but near water. They are connected to the rivers Morava and mostly Danube. Some of them go along the rivers, some cross them, or they go through picturesque landscape of water meadows and terraces.
I think that it even isn’t necessary to mention that the biking guide contains maps with trails outlined. It will help you to think through about your biking trip. Indeed you will appreciate that at each biking trail there is elevation, distance, and difficulty (from 1 – very easy to 5 – very difficult).
If you are interested in this interesting well-made biking-guide and you would like to have one at hand in your home library, join our competition. We will draw a winner and give him or her the book from Around Slovakia edition, the most Beautiful Biking Trails, Bratislava and Around.
Just write us what is your favorite biking trail. Of course, it doesn’t have to be some from around Bratislava. Beautiful biking trails are all around Slovakia.
Send us your answers until October 8, 2014 to email@example.com. The name of the winner will be on our Facebook page.
Text: O. Maňáková
Photo: O. Maňáková a O. Mažgút
Source: Vydavatelství DAJAMA
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