Tips for trips
The Blue Mountains region is located in southern Moravia and unites the villages of Kobylí, Vrbice, Bořetice, Němčičky and Velké Pavlovice. Today we will ride a bike from Kobylí through Bořetice, Vrbice and Velké Pavlovice. This circuit has 25 relatively undemanding kilometers and a large number of attractions await us on the route, which are worth seeing.
Vrch nad Příbramí, where a small wooden chapel for hermits originally stood, has changed over the centuries to the most famous place of pilgrimage in Bohemia. In the 17th century, an extensive building with cloisters and several chapels was built here. The procession of pilgrims is constantly heading here for the statue of the Virgin Mary of Mount Athos.
Embark on a new book guide to the current spas of Slovakia. You will get acquainted not only with the spa itself, treatment or rehabilitation programs, but you will also get to know the spa from the point of view of interesting tourist destinations for health tourism.
In the western foothills of the Roháče Mountains, you will find the village of Zuberec in a picturesque valley. In addition to trips to the mountains, it also attracts the extensive open-air museum of the Orava Village Museum and the Brest Cave. Let's go here together and look into the history of the Orava region.
Liptov is one of the most beautiful and most popular tourist regions in Slovakia. If you want to spend pleasant moments here, enjoy nature, but also culture, we recommend choosing perhaps the most comfortable accommodation in the whole region, which is also affordable!
The term Moravian Tuscany has only appeared in the last few years. This undulating part of South Moravia with its colorful fields and vineyards really resembles the famous region of Italy. No wonder it is very popular among photographers from all over the world who come here to create their best images. And not just among photographers.
Head to the 25 most beautiful castles in western Slovakia, their overview is brought to you by a new tourist guide from the family publishing house Dajama. The book Castles for Children is another engaging publication in the edition Trips with Children, which will introduce you not only to Slovak medieval gems.
This time we decided to go for hop gardens west of Rakovník, where hop plants thrive in a rolling landscape in reddish soil. We will follow local roads, dirt roads or the forest. This route has a total of 47 km and can be considered slightly challenging for mountain biking.
Slovakia offers a variety of secrets and mysteries. After the first and second volumes of the books Mysterious Places by the family publishing house Dajama, which deal with the mysterious phenomena and events of western and northern Slovakia, here is the third volume on the mysteries of eastern Slovakia.
Enter the secrets of creating and creating maps in the Slovak Museum of Maps, which you can visit not only in person, but also through a virtual tour.
Another tip for an active weekend in the Czech Republic is a visit to the beautiful Kokořínsko area. There are ideal conditions for hikers, but recently Kokořínsko has become more and more known to cyclists and especially bikers. There are so-called Kokostezky (Kokořínské stezky), which are forest paths, footpaths and trails around the castle Kokořín, but also Housky and partially reach up to Bezděz.
We have good news for all lovers of cycling and cycling! Recently, two interesting cycle books were published mapping somewhat unusual routes around Slovakia.
The Spiš region is one of the most attractive places in Slovakia thanks to the four national parks that surround it. It is also exceptional in its tradition of distilling.
On a hot summer day, not everyone wants to spend time marching all day, but what if you don't even want to lie down by the water all day? If you are looking for a compromise, today's walk is a great tip for you. In addition, children will appreciate an interesting trip, they will definitely not be bored. The whole trip can also be completed with a dog or bicycle.
Recently, a practical book re-edition of tourist guides with a backpack around Slovakia from the family publishing house Dajama saw the light of day. In addition to attractive tourist destinations, it also brings tourist maps.
Today we will look at one of the most popular and most beautiful Slovenian places. Slovenia's largest lake lies in a beautiful valley, is surrounded by high mountains and offers many opportunities for exploring.
Do you want to go for beautiful nature, sports and refreshments? Our goal this time will be Upper Austria, which is perfect for summer days. Although many other travelers have a similar idea, we still do not encounter crowded beaches around the local lakes, nor do crowds form on the local ferratas, bike trails and hiking trails.
At a time when the coronavirus epidemic closed borders and made it impossible for us to travel freely, pieces of a meteorite arrived directly from space in Slovakia. We were so interested in this unusual event that we set out on a journey to find meteorites in Bánovce nad Bebravou.
The forest-park on the south-eastern edge of Prague, founded at the beginning of the 18th century as a part of the Milíčov Court, is perfect for a walk on a hot summer day. The paths take you to relaxation areas, a children's playground or ponds where people can swim. However, bathing dogs is prohibited.
The most amazing historical monument of the town of Pezinok is undoubtedly the Pezinok chateau. It was built at the turn of the 13th and 14th centuries as a water castle. And despite several reconstructions, the original appearance of the castle has been preserved. Thanks to this, the Pezinok chateau can be described as an impressive and unique building.
The Infoglobe portal, in cooperation with the city of Liptovský Mikuláš, is organizing the third year of the international travel festival Infofest, which will take place on Friday the 4th and Saturday the 5th of September on Osvoboditelů Square and in the cultural house in Liptovský Mikuláš.
Although Suchdol nad Lužnicí is known mainly to paddlers, fishermen, history lovers, cyclists and hikers will also enjoy themselves here.
The picturesque Small Carpathian town of Pezinok is located approximately 25 kilometers from Bratislava. It is known especially for developed viticulture and long-term brick, construction and engineering production. Thanks to its convenient location, it is an attractive place for family life.
We can spend moments of relaxation actively lazing. Some people like relaxation and care offered by Slovak spas, others want to be physically active - whether by the water, by bike, or while hiking. We visited the Central Slovak village of Kováčová, where everyone will enjoy it.
A great way to spend a sunny summer weekend is a trip to the Lusatian Lakes (Lausitzer Seenland), located in Germany, about two hours by car from Prague.
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