Through the heart of Europe

Through the heart of Europe

Dresden- Wroclaw - Ostrava - Zakopane - Kosice - Pécs - Sárvár - Plzen - Bayreuth - Leipzig- Dresden

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Dresden

About the city

Dresden is a baroque jewel set on the Elbe River. Dubbed the Florence of the North, the capital of Saxony, is a city full of monumental staircases, panoramic terraces and spacious squares decorated with statues of saints and monarchs bursting with solemnity. Virtually destroyed shortly before the fall of the Reich in 1945, the city has recovered sufficiently to become an animated and arty, not to mention beautiful, destination. The exquisite baroque palace Zwinger now contains half of Dresden’s museums. The most important are the Alte Meister Gallery, one of Europe’s oldest and best painting collections, and the Historisches Museum with a superb collection of ceremonial weapons. Not far from the Zwinger Palace, we find the Hofkirche, the Catholic Church, which allows an interesting comparison with the Prostestant Kreuzkirche, located on the Altmarkt area, the historic hub of Dresden. Strolling around the Neumarkt area, you will eventually find yourself in Frauenkirche at Noitmarkt Square. This round church is considered an outstanding example of Protestant sacred architecture, featuring one of the largest domes in Europe. The church was rebuilt after the reunification of Germany and is now a symbol of reconciliation. Dresden will mesmerize visitors with its beauty, the sheer abundance and grandeur of the city's cultural treasures are enough to take your breath away. And since Dresden also just happens to be set amidst a dazzling river landscape, the amazement will soon be accompanied by pure joy.

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Grand City Dresden Radebeul

Popularity:
  • 81% General
    799
  • Nizzastr. 55, Dresden (radebeul) 01445
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Dresden

DRESDEN FLUGHAFEN
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04/09/2017

Dresden

Wroclaw

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04/09/2017 05/09/2017

Wroclaw

About the city

Wroclaw, is located in Northern Silesia on the river Odra is the fourth largest city in Poland. It is a unique European metropolis having absorbed Bohemian, Austrian and Prussian influences the city displays many artistic styles. During World War II 75% of the buildings were destroyed but reconstruction began immediately after the war trying to keep the original style of the buildings. The Rynek, or Central Square, is the architectural centre-point of Wroclaw. The Rynek boasts not just one, but two, Town Halls. The New Town Hall and the much older original one. The New Town Hall dominates the western part of the square and is the home of the city council and Mayor of Wroclaw, but it is the older one that is of most interest. Known just simply as 'The Town Hall' is the city's most iconic landmark. The flamboyant architecture of its exterior is enough to keep most people happy but it's also possible to visit the Museum of City Art and its stunning Gothic interiors. On the north-west corner of Rynek is 14th-century St Elizabeth’s church with its 83-metre tower. The two small houses on the corner connected by a gate, are known as Hansel and Gretel. Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, built in the 13th century, is the largest church in the city. It has three different chapels with three different style: Baroque, Gothic and Viennese. There is an elevator to the top, from there visitors will get good river and city views. This enjoyable city by the Odra offers good museums, historic buildings, concert halls, theatres, parks and over 120 canal, plus a picturesque central square and a memorable cluster of churches by the river.

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Boutique Hostel Wroclaw Trio

Popularity:
  • 68% General
    673
  • Trzemeska, 4, Wroclaw 53679
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05/09/2017

Wroclaw

Ostrava

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05/09/2017 06/09/2017

Ostrava

About the city

"Ostrava is the third largest city in the Czech Republic and the second largest urban agglomeration after Prague. Located close to the Polish border, it is also the administrative center of the Moravian-Silesian Region and of Ostrava-City District. It is part of the binational Upper Silesian metropolitan area. MAIN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS • Landek park. The Mining Museum was opened in the early 1990’s. It is the largest mining museum in the Czech Republic. The coal seams of the former Anselm Mine surface at the Landek National Nature Reserve, a world famous site in terms of geology, archaeology, history, natural sciences and mining. • The Vítkovice Area. This is an industrial area origination from the 1st half of the 19th century. In 2002, in view of its exceptional character, the entire ground was declared a site of National Cultural Heritage. • The Michal Mine. Michal Mine, whose history goes back to 1843, is an extremely valuable authentic industrial site in terms of construction and technical equipment. The area was declared a National Cultural Landmark in 1995. • Silesian Ostrava Castle. The Silesian Ostrava Castle is the city's most historic cultural monument. It was built in the second half of the 13th century, close to the confluence of the Lučina and Ostravice rivers, where a fortified Slavonic settlement had once stood. • The Miniuni. The Miniuni is an interesting attraction for both children and adults. Spread out over 1.5 hectares visitors can see more than 30 models of significant buildings of European cities, like Big Ben, Old Town Hall or one of the best-known landmarks of Berlin the Brandenburg Gate, all dominated by the 12 metre-high Eiffel tower. • The Ostrava Zoo. The Ostrava Zoo was founded in 1951. It covers an area of 100 ha and is the home to nearly 360 different species of animals. One of the most popular attractions is the seasonal, commented feeding of animals, evening guided tours and a number of accompanying events, not only for children • The Ostrava Museum. The Museum is situated in one of the oldest buildings in Ostrava, the Old Town Hall on Masaryk Square. A new permanent exhibit opened here in June 2009, containing art history collections, history of the city and the nature and landscape of the local area. • The Viewing Tower of the New City Hall. The Viewing Tower is one of the city's most popular tourist attractions. On a clear day, it is possible to see the entire city, the nearby Beskydy Mountains, and even neighbouring Poland."

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Mercure Ostrava Center

Popularity:
  • 90% General
    467
  • Ceskobratrska, 18, Ostrava 702 00
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06/09/2017

Ostrava

Zakopane

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06/09/2017 07/09/2017

Zakopane

About the city

Zakopane is a very popular winter resort and summer getaway town in the Tatra mountains. Zakopane is rather like a large village, with wooden folk cottages adjacent to Art Nouveau houses that remain from the town’s popularity at the end of the 19th century. There are plenty of museums in the town, the most significant and oldest being The Tatra Museum. There is also the Natural History Museum of Tatra National Park and biographical museums of famous Polish artists.

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Willa Jan Hotel

  • Ubocz 8a, 8a b, Zakopane 34-500
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07/09/2017

Zakopane

Košice

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07/09/2017 08/09/2017

Košice

About the city

"Košice is the biggest city in eastern Slovakia and in 2013 was the European Capital of Culture together with Marseille, France. It is situated on the river Hornád at the eastern reaches of the Slovak Ore Mountains, near the border with Hungary and is the second largest city in Slovakia after the capital Bratislava. MAIN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS • Main Street. The Main street of Košice is the biggest historical area in Slovakia, where most of the sights worth seeing are located. With its unique atmosphere it creates the heart of the town. The ""Čermeľský potok"" used to create an island on the main street, where the Saint Elizabeth cathedral is located now • St Elizabeth's Cathedral. This remarkable medieval monument was built in the High Gothic style. The present cathedral stands on a site formerly occupied by a parish church, which was destroyed by fire around year 1370. There is also a possibility to visit the northern tower of the cathedral, which gives you a stunning view of the surrounding historical centre. • St. Michael's ChapeL. The chapel probably comes from the first half of the14th century and had always been a part of the parish church. It was built as a cemetery chapel in the centre of a cemetery inside the city walls stretching from the Cathedral to the South on the island of the Čermeľský potok in the place of the present park in the Main street. • The State Theatre. The theatre was built in a new-baroque style during the years 1879-1899. Originally before that a town-hall building was standing here. The interior of theatre is richly decorated with plaster ornaments, the stage is lyre-shaped. • East Slovak Museum was established in 1872 and it is one of the oldest and most significant museums in Slovakia. From the architectonic point of view, the buildings of the museum itself are very interesting historical sights."

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  • Juzna trieda 2/a kosice, Kosice 4323
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08/09/2017

Košice

Pécs

08/09/2017 09/09/2017

Pécs

About the city

"Pécs is the fifth largest city of Hungary, located on the slopes of the Mecsek mountains in the south-west of the country, close to its border with Croatia. It is the administrative and economical centre of Baranya county. MAIN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS • Early Christian monuments. Remains of Sopianae, the Roman city in Pannonia Province, are found at several points below the inner city. The most important one is the Early Christian Necropolis, a World Heritage site dating back to the 4th century and the largest necropolis remaining in the European provinces. • The Mosque of Pasha Quasim. Located on the main square. Built on site and from the stones of Saint Berthold’s gothic church by Pasha Quasim the Victorious, the Turkish character of the church was restored during the most recent, early 1940s renovations. • The Cathedral. The Cathedral of Pécs dates back to the 11th century and the times of Peter Orseolo, second king of Hungary. Bearing the traces of the Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance periods as well as the Turkish conquest when it was partially used for storage. • Vasarely Museum: dedicated to the works of Victor Vasarely, founder of the op-art movement. • Zsolnay Museum: An exhibit on the life, times and decorative ceramics of Vilmos Zsolnay and the Zsolnay Ceramic Factory. • Television tower. Open for visitors; provides a nice panorama on the city."

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Hotel Palatinus

Popularity:
  • 80% General
    223
  • 7621 pecs kiraly u.5, Pecs 7621
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09/09/2017

Pécs

Sárvár

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Sárvár

About the city

Sárvár is a town in Vas. By 2011 Sárvár was ready to earn the title of a spa town. Its natural circumstances meet the requirements of a spa town: its medical water is excellent and certified, the natural environment of the spa town is well looked after; its air is excellent; noise levels do not exceed border values.

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Park Inn By Radisson Sarvar

Popularity:
  • 77% General
    648
  • Vadkert u., 4, Sarvar 9600
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10/09/2017

Sárvár

Brno

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10/09/2017 11/09/2017

Brno

About the city

Brno, the Czech Republic's second biggest city, has a rich cultural variety of fascinating sights. The capital of Moravia is a beautiful and wonderful town that has a small town feel to it. The city is surrounded by beautiful mixed forests, which offer many opportunities for tourism and cycling. The centre is very small and the sights can be easily navigated in a day. The area above Brno is dominated by the magnificent Hrad Spilberk or Spielberg Castle, the history of which is fascinating. It is now also home to the Brno City Museum and it provides excellent views of Brno and the surrounding countryside. The biggest eye-catcher in Brno's old town is Stara Radnice, the old town hall. It is a magnificent building where you can see two beloved Brno symbols, the Brno Dragon, Brněnský drak, and the Wheel. Namesti Svobody, Freedom Square, is the main square in Brno. It is a lovely place to wander round or sit and enjoy a drink at one of the numerous cafes as you indulge in a bit of people watching. The original appearance of the square changed following the extensive building alterations that took place at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, when a number of buildings were rebuilt in neo-Renaissance style. The dominant feature of the square is the baroque Plague Column dating from 1679. Charming Brno is an important tourist centre for all who want to explore the natural and cultural beauties of the South-Moravian region. Today Brno is a seat of universities and important judiciary institutions. It offers many possibilities of cultural enjoyment in its numerous theatres, museums, cinemas and clubs.

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Orea Resort Santon

  • Pristavni 38, Brno 63500
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11/09/2017

Brno

Plzen (Pilsen)

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11/09/2017 12/09/2017

Plzen (Pilsen)

About the city

Plzeň es una ciudad en el oeste de Bohemia en la República Checa. Unos 90 km al oeste de Praga, es la cuarta ciudad más poblada de la República Checa. La ciudad es conocida en todo el mundo para la cerveza Pilsner, creado por cervecero bávaro Josef Groll aquí en 1842. PRINCIPALES ATRACTIVOS TURÍSTICOS • Catedral de San Bartolomé. La catedral gótica de San Bartolomé fue fundada a finales del siglo XVIII, su torre es la más alta en la República Checa. • El Ayuntamiento. Obra maestra del Renacimiento. • Red de metro histórico. Un sofisticado sistema de sótanos y túneles de hasta tres niveles debajo de todo el casco antiguo. • La Gran Sinagoga. La segunda sinagoga más grande de Europa y la tercera más grande del mundo • Museo de la Cerveza. • Techmania Science Center. Museo interactivo moderno en las instalaciones de la fábrica de Škoda. • Patton Memorial Pilsen. El único museo del Ejército estadounidense en Bohemia. • Galería de Arte de la Ciudad de Pilsen. • Galería de Arte Jiří Trnka.

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Vienna House Easy Angelo Pilsen

Popularity:
  • 90% General
    528
  • U prazdroje, 6, Plzen 30100
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12/09/2017

Plzen (Pilsen)

Bayreuth

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12/09/2017 13/09/2017

Bayreuth

About the city

Bayreuth is a city in the Bavarian administrative region of Upper Franconia. The first mention dates from 1194 as Baierrute. Almost 40 years later, in 1231, Bayreuth was first described as a city. In the 18th century, Margravine Wilhelmine, sister of Frederick II of Prussia, came to the city and gave it its baroque cityscape, which is still visible today. Among other things, the Margrave's Opera, the Chapel of New Castle and the Temple of the Sun and New Castle were built or expanded. Bayreuth is a very pleasant town of grand boulevards, pedestrian streets, lots of lovely 18th century buildings, a beautiful Schloss, a magnificent Opera House, and plenty of parks and gardens, lots of beaut fountains, and a wealth of impressive baroque and rococo architecture.

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H4 Residenzschloss Bayreuth

Popularity:
  • 82% General
    607
  • Erlangerstrasse 37, Bayreuth 95444
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13/09/2017

Bayreuth

Leipzig

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13/09/2017 14/09/2017

Leipzig

About the city

The city of Leipzig is famous for two things: books and music. The university, founded in 1409, stands for an illustrious tradition of learning that embraces the names of Lessing and Nietzsche, among others. Publishing has always been a thriving industry in this city. The Altstadt, the old quarter, is still crammed with bookstores, and major international book fairs take place here annually. Music is a real tradition here, and occupies a central place in the lives of its inhabitants. In 1723 Johann Sebastian Bach settled here, he filled many of the city’s churches with the sound of his early work. The fortified towers of the Neues Rathaus dominates the Altstadt. Nearby, is the Thomaskirche where J.S. Bach served as cantor. Bach’s grave lies just in front of the altar. The heart of the city throbs within the Marktplatz, a colourful cobbled square guarded by the charming Altes Rathaus. Inside, the City History Museum recounts the history of the city. Behind it is the Alte Börse with a monument to Goethe in front. Leipzig offers its guests a wide choice of entertainment .Visit the many museums that the city has, or if you prefer, stroll casually through the arcades and passageways covered with glazed structures so typical of Leipzig. This fun and dynamic city has, as well, its fair share of colourful shops and cafes and an abundance of nightlife.

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Hotel Leipzig City Nord by Campanile

Popularity:
  • 74% General
    489
  • Wittenberger straße, 87, Leipzig 04129
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14/09/2017

Leipzig

Dresden

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14/09/2017 15/09/2017

Dresden

About the city

Dresden is a baroque jewel set on the Elbe River. Dubbed the Florence of the North, the capital of Saxony, is a city full of monumental staircases, panoramic terraces and spacious squares decorated with statues of saints and monarchs bursting with solemnity. Virtually destroyed shortly before the fall of the Reich in 1945, the city has recovered sufficiently to become an animated and arty, not to mention beautiful, destination. The exquisite baroque palace Zwinger now contains half of Dresden’s museums. The most important are the Alte Meister Gallery, one of Europe’s oldest and best painting collections, and the Historisches Museum with a superb collection of ceremonial weapons. Not far from the Zwinger Palace, we find the Hofkirche, the Catholic Church, which allows an interesting comparison with the Prostestant Kreuzkirche, located on the Altmarkt area, the historic hub of Dresden. Strolling around the Neumarkt area, you will eventually find yourself in Frauenkirche at Noitmarkt Square. This round church is considered an outstanding example of Protestant sacred architecture, featuring one of the largest domes in Europe. The church was rebuilt after the reunification of Germany and is now a symbol of reconciliation. Dresden will mesmerize visitors with its beauty, the sheer abundance and grandeur of the city's cultural treasures are enough to take your breath away. And since Dresden also just happens to be set amidst a dazzling river landscape, the amazement will soon be accompanied by pure joy.

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Wyndham Garden Dresden

Popularity:
  • 81% General
    2134
  • Wilhelm-franke-strasse, 90, Dresden 01219
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Through the heart of Europe
Through the heart of Europe