Europe Travel Pass – Big savings on sightseeing tickets, hiking and

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With the EUROPE TRAVEL PASS

You ll Save More, You ll See More, You ll Experience More

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With your personal Europe Travel Pass you receive great discounts on travel services in the major cities of 24 European countries, such as:

  • Guided Sightseeing Tours by coach or minibus
  • Hop On – Hop Off discovery programs
  • Guided walking, biking and segway trips
  • Boat cruises, cooking classes, evening entertainment and much more!

A few of the hundreds of savings you receive with the Europe Travel Pass:

  • All day London sightseeing – save $22-$25
  • An evening in Paris with the Moulin Rouge or Lido Show – save $24
  • Visiting Capri’s Blue Grotto from Rome- save $18
  • Enjoying a one-day three island cruise in Greece – save $13
  • Visiting Iceland’s Gullfoss Waterfall and Geysers – save $12

Start planning and enjoying your vacation today!

Imagine yourself experiencing activities dating from medieval times right up to the present using the Europe Travel Pass and saving money by

  • Attending a Medieval Banquet in London
  • Biking through the Chianti countryside
  • Dining on a river cruise in London and Paris
  • Having Fun at an English-speaking comedy show in Amsterdam
  • Enjoying a Pub Crawl in Munich
  • Taking an Italian cooking course in Florence

The Europe Travel Pass is all about savings in Europe. It is the best way to see and experience activities in Europe. For $15 it is also the least expensive. Don t spend more than you have to. Buy now. and take advantage of the special savings.

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REMEMBER. the Europe Travel Pass is not available in Europe. Get the Europe Travel Pass before you leave. Start saving on your European vacation before you even leave home!





04/01/2018

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Thailand Multisport Hiking, Biking, Kayaking #travel #discounts

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Thailand Multisport

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Trip Highlights

  • Hike, bike, and kayak through northern Thailand on an action-packed trip
  • Visit remote hill-tribe people and see the daily life of villagers
  • Enjoy a variety of Thai cuisine, including lunch at a unique floating restaurant
  • See colorful Chiang Mai, adventure hub of the north
  • Soak in the sun on our southern Thailand kayaking extension

The golden temples, colorful cultures, and renowned cuisine of Thailand are a perfect recipe for an action-packed multisport adventure with REI. From the celebrated hub of the north, Chiang Mai, we head into the jungle and soar like native gibbons through the treetops (with a little help from some high zip-line cables). Next, we’re introduced to the diverse peoples of the north on a three-day trek. Along the way, we are welcomed into the homes of the hill-tribe people to dine, rest, and experience first-hand the daily life of villagers.





30/11/2017

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The World Outdoors – Hiking and Multisport Adventures #travel #to #europe

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Stimulate your senses. Challenge yourself physically. Make new friends. Connect with nature. Experience the scenic beauty, wildlife, cuisine, culture and history of a new land. Our mission is to make your travel experience with us extraordinary. Join us for an unforgettable hiking or multisport adventure and discover for yourself the fun, friendship, and personalized services that defines The World Outdoors!

The World Outdoors is your US National Park Expert. We’ve been specializing in small group and customized trips in our iconic National Parks since 1988 including: The Grand Canyon. Rocky Mountain National Park. Arches Canyonlands. Bryce Zion. Yellowstone. Yosemite. Glacier and more. We also offer unique backcountry hut-to-hut experiences in the Colorado high country and throughout the Canadian Rockies that will take your breath away.

Our Trips are great for solo travelers, couples, families and groups, and can accommodate a wide variety of interests and abilities. Looking for a private or custom adventure? Contact one of our Trip Consultants to find out more about our exclusive departures or to build a customized truly one-of-a-kind experience.

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29/11/2017

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Cat Food Can Alcohol Stove

Requires a pot stand.

  • Slightly more bulky than other alcohol stove designs.

  • The most popular double jacketed alcohol stove is the Cat Can Stove by 2001 Triple Crown Roy L. TrailDad Robinson. There are a few variants, but the basic design remains the same – an inner ventilated can with fiberglass insulation for a wick encompassed by a larger diameter can with low lying ventilation. Fuel is vaporized and drawn upwards through a central opening where it ignites creating a low pressure zone that in turn draws fresh air in through the lower side vents.

    This stove above is made of a 5.5oz and 3oz aluminum can (cat food) and a piece of fiberglass insulation. Six to eight holes are punched through the sides of each can with either a church key or a hole punch. Fiberglass insulation in placed in the smaller can and the two pieces are assembled as shown.

    Acceptable fuels include denatured alcohol (ethanol), HEET (methanol) and others (see Fuel Options ). It requires a pot stand or rocks to hold the pot about 1-1.5inches for the top of stove.

    Simmering is fairly easy to do, requiring that you block or partially block the inlet vents and/or limit the size of the exit port on top of the stove. You can block with the side inlet vents with a simmer ring and you can limit the size of the outlet port on top by placing a cutout can bottom from a second 5.5oz aluminum can with a hole (or several small holes) cut in it (or something similar – such as a piece of foil) on top of the stove.

    Here is a miniature version made from a 3oz cat food can, 5.5oz V8 can and a circular piece of aluminum flashing JB Welded to the bottom to seal it and keep the inner chamber from shifting. Punching holes with a hole punch in lieu of a church key is mostly for aesthetics, but also allows for a better seal if you use a simmer ring around the circumference of your stove. This design is a modified version of John Bednar’s Turbo Cat II Stove ( Old Site ).

    Notable versions include:


    17/09/2017

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    09/09/2017

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    Czech Republic Hiking: Vienna to Prague #hotel #and #flight

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    Czech Republic Hiking – Vienna to Prague

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    This trip is rated Moderate [3] The daily hikes range from 4-8 miles (shorter options available daily) on dirt trails and small country roads with gently rolling hills.

    Trip Highlights

    Trip Itinerary and Details

    Day 1 – Arrive in Vienna, Austria, the City of Music.

    Arrive at any time in Vienna, Austria and transfer to our hotel for the evening. Explore the impressive sights or rest up for hiking. No meals included.

    Enjoy breakfast at the hotel on your own schedule, then meet your guide at 9am in the hotel lobby, dressed in hiking clothes, packed and ready to depart. Following introductions we transfer to Schrattenberg, a small town close to the border with the Czech Republic. Today’s trail soon crosses the border into Moravian wine country. Our route leads us through woodlands interspersed with vineyards to the town of Valtice for lunch. We continue hiking to Lednice through an area referred to as the Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape. A UNESCO World Heritage site since 1996, this land is the former estate of the Lichtenstein family. From the 17th century, the Dukes of Liechtenstein began to transform their territories into an impressive landscape. Combining Baroque architecture of the Valtice Castle and the neo-gothic style of the Lednice Castle with the countryside fashioned according to English romantic principles of landscape architecture, it is one of the largest formally designed landscapes in Europe. The area is filled with tree-lined paths, ponds with swans gliding, gardens, pavilions, and statues. We overnight near Lednice-Valtice in the quaint town of Hlohovec. All meals included.

    Van transfer:

    1.5 hours; Hiking: 8 miles (3.5 hours); Terrain: dirt trails and country roads, mostly flat.

    Day 3 – Hike the Pálava highlands – ruined castles, vineyards, limestone cliffs.

    Pálava Landscape Protected Area is a land of limestone outcrops and hardwood forests, placed on the exclusive UNESCO list of biosphere reserves due to its variety of unique ecosystems and archeological significance. This area contains monuments of historical significance, such as the Paleolithic site in Dolní Věstonice where a ceramic Venus statue, dating to 29,000-25,000 BC, was discovered. We begin our hike in Pavlov, which is known for its wine. The village wine cellars, with their rustic baroque gables, hint at the wealth this area once enjoyed. The marina below the village has made it popular among yachters all over the Czech Republic. We hike through the reserve dotted with white cliffs and ruined castles, filled with mixed forests of beech, maple, linden and oak, and across meadows strung with vineyards. We conclude our hike in Mikulov, where a Baroque castle, historic Renaissance square, old Jewish quarter, and wine cellars beckon us to linger for a while. Once again we overnight in Hlohovec. All meals included.

    Van transfer:

    30 minutes; Hiking: 4 miles (2.5 hours) with optional addition of 2 miles; Terrain: dirt trails, country roads, rolling hills with a couple of steep sections.

    Day 4 – Our route leads to colorful 13th-century Telč.

    Our hike begins in Třešť, a city dating back to the 13th century. Our route takes us to the Rostejn Castle, its seven sided tower rising nearly 100 feet above the rocky outcrop on which it sits. From the 1600s to the early 1900s it was used as a hunting castle. After a delicious picnic lunch, we hike through woodlands and meadows to the colorful 13th century town of Telč. located at the crossroads of busy trade routes between Moravia, Bohemia and Austria. Aside from its monumental Renaissance chateau with an English-style park, Telč is well known for its town square with well-preserved, pastel-colored Renaissance and Baroque homes decorated with high gables and arcades. Take time to absorb the scene on the town square, visit the chateau, or walk along the small lakes that border the town, where the red-tiled roofs are reflected in tranquil waters. We enjoy dinner and overnight in Telč, a UNESCO World heritage site. All meals included.

    Van transfer: 2 hours; Hiking: 8 miles (3.5 hours) with option to add 2 miles; Terrain: dirt trails, country roads, flat to gently rolling hills.

    Day 5 – Explore the ruins of Landštejn Castle, then head to Trebon.

    After transferring to Stalkov we hike to the ruined Landštejn Castle, which ranks among the most significant Romanesque historic monuments in Central Europe. The huge castle was built in the 13th century for the protection of an important trade route and the border between the Czech lands and Austria. Following a picnic lunch, we continue our hike to the village of Slavonice. Local pathways take us into a pristine environment with cultivated forests, streams and ponds, and past small, quaint towns tucked into the countryside’s undulating hills. Later this afternoon, we transfer to the lovely spa town of Trebon and check into our hotel. The remainder of the day is free to explore Trebon’s historical and cultural attractions. Breakfast and lunch included; dinner on your own.

    Van transfers: 1.25 hours; Hiking: 6.2 miles (2.5 hours) with option to add 3.7 miles; Terrain: dirt trails, country roads, flat to gently rolling hills.

    Day 6 – Amble around the fish-filled lakes and ponds of Trebon basin.

    Following breakfast, we transfer about one hour to the village of Lutova, where we begin our hike back to Trebon. The Trebon Basin, a UNESCO biosphere reserve, holds a vast network of fishponds and water channels surrounded by forests of spruce, fir and pine trees. The Rozmberk family, a Czech aristocratic dynasty, brought development and management to the marshy landscape and by the 15th century the region was transformed with over 400 fishponds, creating the main center of fish farming in the Czech Republic. Upon reaching Trebon, we enjoy lunch at a wonderful local fish restaurant and then transfer about one hour to Český Krumlov. The afternoon is free to explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Lovely old bridges cross and re-cross the Vltava River as it winds through town. Český Krumlov´s castle complex of forty buildings and palaces, situated around five castle courts and a castle park spanning an area of seven hectares, is awe inspiring. Dinner is on your own tonight, allowing you to explore the many charming cafes and taverns that line the river. Breakfast and lunch included; dinner on your own.

    Van transfers: 2.5 hours; Hiking: 7 miles (3 hours); Terrain: dirt trails and country roads, flat to gently rolling hills.

    Day 7 – Tour Český Krumlov’s castle and magnificent Baroque theatre.

    Today we explore fairytale-like Český Krumlov. We spend the morning visiting the castle’s highlight, a splendidly intact 18th century baroque theater, one of only two left in the world that retains much of its original wardrobes, sceneries and theater props. After lunch, we discover the sites of the city on a professionally guided tour. The remainder of the afternoon is free until we meet for dinner. All meals included.

    Walking: 2-4 hours.

    Day 8 – Hike to Holašovice to see South Bohemian Folk Baroque buildings before transferring to Prague.

    This morning we transfer to Volevcice and begin our hike to Holašovice, an exceptionally complete and well-preserved traditional village. The village’s outstanding 18th and 19th century South Bohemian Folk Baroque buildings, built around an extensive village green, has insured inclusion of Holašovice in the UNESCO World Heritage list. Following lunch, we depart for Prague. Upon reaching our hotel, farewells are exchanged with your guide. Explore on your own one of the world’s most beautiful cities. Breakfast and lunch included.

    Van transfers: 3 hours; Hiking: 7.5 miles (3 hours); Terrain: dirt trails and country roads, flat to rolling hills.

    Day 9 – Depart Prague or stay to explore one of Europe’s best preserved cities!

    Breakfast is at your leisure at the hotel before transferring on your own to the Prague airport. Breakfast included.

    Although we do our best to adhere to the schedule listed above, this itinerary is subject to change for numerous reasons beyond our control.





    03/08/2017

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    Best Travel Backpack – Hiking Backpacks – Wheeled Backpacks – ABOOKTRAVEL.

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    Comparison Chart of the Top-Rated Travel Backpacks

    Review on High Sierra Tech Series 59404 Titan 55 Internal Frame Pack

    If you are looking for the right backpack for your camping, hiking or any outdoor activity needs, you can never go wrong with High Sierra. High Sierra has always manufactured excellent quality backpacks to suit the individual needs of the users such as professionals, travelers, students and athletes. High Sierra Tech Series 59404 Titan 55 Internal Frame Pack is another pride of High Sierra. This backpack has many excellent features that provide maximum comfort and convenience to the users. It is very functional and strong, so you can use it as often as you want anywhere you decide to go. It is no wonder why so many users recommend this backpack. If you want to know more about the best features of this backpack by High Sierra, read this review to the end.

    Important Specifications of High Sierra Tech Series 59404 Titan 55 Internal Frame Pack

    Review on High Sierra Long Trail 90 Internal Frame Pack

    HBAG Discovery 80L 5400ci Internal Frame Camping Hiking Backpack Review

    Traveling can be exciting and a lot of fun, but it can be terrible when you use the wrong backpack. You will rather feel uncomfortable and get tired easily if the shoulder straps are not designed so well to fit on your shoulders for instance. What’s even worse is that the backpack can spill out suddenly when too much pressure is applied if the zippers are rather weak. If you are into traveling, you definitely love the idea of using a backpack with great features and an affordable price. You certainly want to get the kind of backpack that you can use for all of your outdoor activities, be it hiking or camping. The truth is you can find the backpack that you are exactly looking for when you read reliable reviews online such as this one that you are reading now.





    26/07/2017

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    Namibia Safari – Hiking: See Etosha – Sossusvlei #travel #indochina

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    Namibia Ultimate Adventure Safari

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    • Discover the iconic landscapes and desert-adapted wildlife of Namibia
    • See Sossusvlei at sunrise and climb some of the highest dunes on Earth
    • Hike in the NamibRand Nature Reserve and camp under a starry sky
    • Search for wildlife in world-famous Etosha National Park
    • Explore the Skeleton Coast, where seal colonies and shipwrecks dot the shoreline

    Namibia is emerging as one of the world’s premier adventure destinations, and for good reason. Rising from southern Africa’s wild Atlantic coast, Namibia’s distinctive geography includes ancient deserts; vast, white salt pans; and miles of hauntingly-beautiful coastline.

    Our exploration begins in Namib-Naukluft National Park. Here, we watch the sun rise over the massive Sossusvlei dune field before setting out on a multi-day hike through the remarkable desert of the NamibRand Nature Reserve. A scenic flight over the Namib’s “Sea of Sand” transports us to Etosha National Park and its diversity of wildlife. Our daily game drives take us in search of predators like cheetah and lion, herbivores including elephant and zebra, and prolific birdlife.

    The Skeleton Coast is the last stop on our journey. Desert elephant roam, hyena howl, and giraffe stride amid the dry riverbeds and plains of this national park. A short flight to the coast itself is a certain highlight of this ultimate adventure, as are walks among the seal colonies and shipwrecks that gave this iconic coastline its name.

    Conservation efforts in Namibia have earned REI Adventures’ 2013 Sustainable Tourism Award and a donation of backpacks full of gear to 500 conservation guards.

    Looking to make the most of your stay in Africa? Adventure awaits on our Cape Town extension. or visit iconic Victoria Falls .

    Itinerary Summary

      Day 1 – Meet in Windhoek before flying to Namib-Naukluft National Park. Day 2 – See sunrise over Sossusvlei and hike among enormous sand dunes. Day 3 – Begin a multi-day hike in the pristine NamibRand Nature Reserve. Day 4 – Hike through spectacular desert and sleep under a canopy of stars. Day 5 – Take a scenic flight over the coast and inland to Etosha National Park. Days 6-7 – See lion, elephant, and zebra in this world-class safari destination. Day 8 – Fly to Hoanib Camp, on the border of Skeleton Coast National Park. Days 9-10 – Search for desert-adapted wildlife and explore the Skeleton Coast. Day 11 – Return to Windhoek and say farewell to Namibia.




    22/07/2017

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    Czech Republic Hiking: Vienna to Prague #where #to #get #cheapest #airline

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    Czech Republic Hiking – Vienna to Prague

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    Activity Level and Qualifications

    This trip is rated Moderate [3] The daily hikes range from 4-8 miles (shorter options available daily) on dirt trails and small country roads with gently rolling hills.

    Trip Highlights

    Trip Itinerary and Details

    Day 1 – Arrive in Vienna, Austria, the City of Music.

    Arrive at any time in Vienna, Austria and transfer to our hotel for the evening. Explore the impressive sights or rest up for hiking. No meals included.

    Enjoy breakfast at the hotel on your own schedule, then meet your guide at 9am in the hotel lobby, dressed in hiking clothes, packed and ready to depart. Following introductions we transfer to Schrattenberg, a small town close to the border with the Czech Republic. Today’s trail soon crosses the border into Moravian wine country. Our route leads us through woodlands interspersed with vineyards to the town of Valtice for lunch. We continue hiking to Lednice through an area referred to as the Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape. A UNESCO World Heritage site since 1996, this land is the former estate of the Lichtenstein family. From the 17th century, the Dukes of Liechtenstein began to transform their territories into an impressive landscape. Combining Baroque architecture of the Valtice Castle and the neo-gothic style of the Lednice Castle with the countryside fashioned according to English romantic principles of landscape architecture, it is one of the largest formally designed landscapes in Europe. The area is filled with tree-lined paths, ponds with swans gliding, gardens, pavilions, and statues. We overnight near Lednice-Valtice in the quaint town of Hlohovec. All meals included.

    Van transfer:

    1.5 hours; Hiking: 8 miles (3.5 hours); Terrain: dirt trails and country roads, mostly flat.

    Day 3 – Hike the Pálava highlands – ruined castles, vineyards, limestone cliffs.

    Pálava Landscape Protected Area is a land of limestone outcrops and hardwood forests, placed on the exclusive UNESCO list of biosphere reserves due to its variety of unique ecosystems and archeological significance. This area contains monuments of historical significance, such as the Paleolithic site in Dolní Věstonice where a ceramic Venus statue, dating to 29,000-25,000 BC, was discovered. We begin our hike in Pavlov, which is known for its wine. The village wine cellars, with their rustic baroque gables, hint at the wealth this area once enjoyed. The marina below the village has made it popular among yachters all over the Czech Republic. We hike through the reserve dotted with white cliffs and ruined castles, filled with mixed forests of beech, maple, linden and oak, and across meadows strung with vineyards. We conclude our hike in Mikulov, where a Baroque castle, historic Renaissance square, old Jewish quarter, and wine cellars beckon us to linger for a while. Once again we overnight in Hlohovec. All meals included.

    Van transfer:

    30 minutes; Hiking: 4 miles (2.5 hours) with optional addition of 2 miles; Terrain: dirt trails, country roads, rolling hills with a couple of steep sections.

    Day 4 – Our route leads to colorful 13th-century Telč.

    Our hike begins in Třešť, a city dating back to the 13th century. Our route takes us to the Rostejn Castle, its seven sided tower rising nearly 100 feet above the rocky outcrop on which it sits. From the 1600s to the early 1900s it was used as a hunting castle. After a delicious picnic lunch, we hike through woodlands and meadows to the colorful 13th century town of Telč. located at the crossroads of busy trade routes between Moravia, Bohemia and Austria. Aside from its monumental Renaissance chateau with an English-style park, Telč is well known for its town square with well-preserved, pastel-colored Renaissance and Baroque homes decorated with high gables and arcades. Take time to absorb the scene on the town square, visit the chateau, or walk along the small lakes that border the town, where the red-tiled roofs are reflected in tranquil waters. We enjoy dinner and overnight in Telč, a UNESCO World heritage site. All meals included.

    Van transfer: 2 hours; Hiking: 8 miles (3.5 hours) with option to add 2 miles; Terrain: dirt trails, country roads, flat to gently rolling hills.

    Day 5 – Explore the ruins of Landštejn Castle, then head to Trebon.

    After transferring to Stalkov we hike to the ruined Landštejn Castle, which ranks among the most significant Romanesque historic monuments in Central Europe. The huge castle was built in the 13th century for the protection of an important trade route and the border between the Czech lands and Austria. Following a picnic lunch, we continue our hike to the village of Slavonice. Local pathways take us into a pristine environment with cultivated forests, streams and ponds, and past small, quaint towns tucked into the countryside’s undulating hills. Later this afternoon, we transfer to the lovely spa town of Trebon and check into our hotel. The remainder of the day is free to explore Trebon’s historical and cultural attractions. Breakfast and lunch included; dinner on your own.

    Van transfers: 1.25 hours; Hiking: 6.2 miles (2.5 hours) with option to add 3.7 miles; Terrain: dirt trails, country roads, flat to gently rolling hills.

    Day 6 – Amble around the fish-filled lakes and ponds of Trebon basin.

    Following breakfast, we transfer about one hour to the village of Lutova, where we begin our hike back to Trebon. The Trebon Basin, a UNESCO biosphere reserve, holds a vast network of fishponds and water channels surrounded by forests of spruce, fir and pine trees. The Rozmberk family, a Czech aristocratic dynasty, brought development and management to the marshy landscape and by the 15th century the region was transformed with over 400 fishponds, creating the main center of fish farming in the Czech Republic. Upon reaching Trebon, we enjoy lunch at a wonderful local fish restaurant and then transfer about one hour to Český Krumlov. The afternoon is free to explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Lovely old bridges cross and re-cross the Vltava River as it winds through town. Český Krumlov´s castle complex of forty buildings and palaces, situated around five castle courts and a castle park spanning an area of seven hectares, is awe inspiring. Dinner is on your own tonight, allowing you to explore the many charming cafes and taverns that line the river. Breakfast and lunch included; dinner on your own.

    Van transfers: 2.5 hours; Hiking: 7 miles (3 hours); Terrain: dirt trails and country roads, flat to gently rolling hills.

    Day 7 – Tour Český Krumlov’s castle and magnificent Baroque theatre.

    Today we explore fairytale-like Český Krumlov. We spend the morning visiting the castle’s highlight, a splendidly intact 18th century baroque theater, one of only two left in the world that retains much of its original wardrobes, sceneries and theater props. After lunch, we discover the sites of the city on a professionally guided tour. The remainder of the afternoon is free until we meet for dinner. All meals included.

    Walking: 2-4 hours.

    Day 8 – Hike to Holašovice to see South Bohemian Folk Baroque buildings before transferring to Prague.

    This morning we transfer to Volevcice and begin our hike to Holašovice, an exceptionally complete and well-preserved traditional village. The village’s outstanding 18th and 19th century South Bohemian Folk Baroque buildings, built around an extensive village green, has insured inclusion of Holašovice in the UNESCO World Heritage list. Following lunch, we depart for Prague. Upon reaching our hotel, farewells are exchanged with your guide. Explore on your own one of the world’s most beautiful cities. Breakfast and lunch included.

    Van transfers: 3 hours; Hiking: 7.5 miles (3 hours); Terrain: dirt trails and country roads, flat to rolling hills.

    Day 9 – Depart Prague or stay to explore one of Europe’s best preserved cities!

    Breakfast is at your leisure at the hotel before transferring on your own to the Prague airport. Breakfast included.

    Although we do our best to adhere to the schedule listed above, this itinerary is subject to change for numerous reasons beyond our control.





    18/03/2017

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    13/02/2017

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