Tips for trips
A town, a NPU administered chateau, and a park. This all will give you the feeling of heaven on earth. Just as the baroque architects intended it to be. The architecture exploits nature there to one hundred percent. It completes it with monumental set pieces, works of art, and thought-out placement of wood plants. The plan helps you to reach meditational mood.
After a magical walk near luxurious boutiques on Royale street, or admiring historical buildings on La Madeleine and Garnier Opera. Last part in our series, we visited the Lafayette gallery. We wandered about in pompous spaces for people who like to shop. We saw Paris from above and walked to see another landmark in the city.
CZ and SK, White Carpathian Mountains – Velky Lopenik and an Observation Tower on the Summit - VIDEO
A tourist trip we undertake together today takes us on the highest mountain of the White Carpathian Mountains.
Should you want to climb up some via ferrata and lack finances to travel abroad you should explore possibilities of local via ferratas. One of them is in Semily, north Bohemia. It is a small training ferrata located in beautiful environment on the top of the rock on the Jizera. On the opposite side, there is a tourist trail (red) that runs across hanging bridges on the side of the rock.
Last time we talked a little about the most important square in Mexico. Perhaps you noticed there is a gigantic flag of Mexico. You will easily recognize the square thanks to it.
Bratislava - the capital of Slovakia. Its most famous landmarks - Bratislava castle, Slavin, St. Martin's church, the SNP bridge and its UFO, and many other cultural and historical sights are very well-know to Slovaks even though they often even have not seen them.
On the crossroad in front of the La Madeleine church, we decided to go in direction to Garnier Opera. Soon we were waiting in front of the neo-Baroque building. It is the largest theater in the world as it has unbelievable 11 000 m2.
The city founded by the Premyslid dynasty. The city is on the Otava river in the region of South Bohemia. Pisek is known for its oldest Stone bridge in the Czech Republic. It is a cultural landmark. The Golden Path ran across it in the 14th century. It connected Czech lands with Bavaria and Upper Austria.
We have not paid much attention to Mexico on our website. Yet in this time of the year when it is freezing cold, we move to Central America to warm ourselves.
Martin is the capital of the Turiec region. It is here where the institution, a pillar of culture in Slovakia and Slovak national consciousness resides, Matica Slovenska.
We continue in our tour de Paris even today. Last time we saw Place de la Concorde. From there we walked along Royale street to the church La Madeleine. Somewhere in the middle of the street we encountered Maxim’s restaurant.
Massive fortifications endless hustle and pubs full of brave men - so he could look jihocesky camp during the Hussite wars. And at least part of the fortifications and the spirit of ancient heroes of the town remained. After Cesky Krumlov is the second most popular destination for foreign tourists in the region, and it is certainly right. Let's take a look together into places that have been silent witnesses of the most important decisions of the Hussite armies.
We come back across the Atlantic from the US to Europe, to the Great Britain.
Today we go to see the ruins of the second highest standing castle in Slovakia. We will tell you about its history and walk around it.
After stopping at magnificent Grand and Petit Palaises we continued to Champs-Élysées boulevard. We continued to Louvre. Soon we got to monumental Place de la Concorde square, or Guillotines square as it is referred to by locals.
My journey now goes across ticket barriers to the museum compound, and then to the St Barbora church, who became a Christian against the will of her father. Initially, he imprisoned her and then killed her. Legend has it that he was struck by lightning for this.
It is true that I base my articles on my experiences and remarks of my friends, yet I have this feeling that everyone gets to the point when he needs to leave the big noisy city for fresh air in the countryside.
Today we jump over the Atlantic to se eone of the most popular places in the world.
On our way from Orava, we planned to transfer to the capital. As we arrived couple of hours agead, we decided to put our luggage to a luggage room. The time we had we used for a short walk in the center of the second most important town in the region of Liptov.
After paying our visit to the Les Invalides, we walked along green lanes to Grand Palais and Petit Palais. Before we even got there, we passed beautiful bridge across the Seine named after Tzar Alexander III.
The youngest of the three opened drift is opened near Jilove. It runs below a hill of the same name. Its most beautiful part dating back to the Middle-Ages waits for you at the end.
For many centuries, Anatolia was a center of Chrisianity, mostly thanks to Apostle Paul and his missionary expeditions. His activity took place mostly around the year 41 AD. Christianity spread due to fertile ground it found in Cappadocia.
Only couple of days ago, we celebrated All Souls’ Day. We symbolically lightened candles at cemeteries, silently remembered people we loved. Today, we visit a cemetery. It is not an ordinary cemetery, it is a National cemetery in the city of Martin.
Following an exciting walk on Montaigne Street and seeing the Flame of Liberty, we moved along the Seine to see another remarkable sight of Paris .- Les Invalides. This complex of building hides a large part of French military history.
Almost a hundred thousand city in south Bohemia would deserve more attention. It shouldn’t be known only as “tourist suburbs” of Cesky Krumlov as it is known today. The royal city on the confluence of the Malse and Vltava impresses with its historical core; especially with Premysl Otakar II square with the baroque Samson’s Fountain and the town hall.
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