Trip from Brno
to Zakopane

Trip details

Departure from Brno
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Estimated arrival to Zakopane
13:36h

Trip duration: 276min

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Museum of Orava Village
Slovakia

90 min

If you would like to experience the traditional Slovak way of living, than be sure to visit the Museum of Orava Village, an open-air museum... containing over 50 folk buildings. Its five different sections represent Orava’s regions – Lower Orava with large and pretentious structures around the Market Place; Mill features a water mill, sawmill and fulling mill; Zamagurie Region has houses and farmsteads of rich and medium rich farmers; Goral Settlement represents the poorest part of Orava and Zabrez is characterized by the 15th century, Late-Gothic wooden church. The constructions in the museum are mostly originals brought in from different locations in Orava and replicas are made for those which could not be bought or transported here. Orava Village Museum is open to visitors year round and the museum regularly organizes various interesting programs during summer and winter.

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Olomouc
Czech Republic

75 min

With the largest preserved historic zone outside of Prague, Olomouc is a delight to explore. The most famous feature of this historic city is the... Holy Trinity Column that is rising to a height of 35 m and thus considered the biggest Baroque sculpture in the Czech Republic. The monument was built entirely by local craftsmen in 1754 and today it is the pride of all Czech people. The most acclaimed church in Olomouc is the Cathedral Saint Wenceslas that displays different architectural styles. Olomouc is also a city of rich cultural scene with its famous Moravian Theatre and Moravian Philharmonic and its university is the second oldest in the Czech Republic.

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Stramberk
Czech Republic

60 min

The charming Moravian town of Stramberk is the perfect place to be discovered while walking among its quaint wooden houses and narrow lanes from the... 18th and 19th centuries. It is nestled among green hillsides and offers many touristic attractions among which the most notable ones are the ruins of the Stramberk castle of unknown origin with the imposing cylindrical tower called Truba. The town also boasts of interesting museum, so on the main square one can find the puppet museum, the museum of famous painter of prehistory Z. Burian, and the museum of toys. But be sure not to leave Stramberk without trying its famous delicacy called “Štramberk Ears”, you may find it on every corner of this wonderful town.

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Kromeriz
Czech Republic

60 min

Kromeriz is considered by many the most beautiful city in the Check Republic. Thus, no wonder that UNESCO decided to included it in its world... heritage list. One of many reasons for this is surely Archbishop’s Chateau with Floral Gardens. The gardens hold hedge labyrinths which are ideal for meditative walks while historic greenhouses with rich variety of colorful plants and flowers stipulate relaxation and pleasure.

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Zbrasov
Czech Republic

75 min

Zbrasov caves are a remarkable cave system that was created by activities of atmospheric water and deep spring of warm mineral water. When visiting this... caves there’s no need to dress warmly as there is a permanent comfortable all-year-round temperature of 14°C. The caves are filled with magnificent ornamentation – aragonite, raft stalagmites and sinter spherical coating. Visitors can also marvel the spectacular gas “lakes” of carbon dioxide that are located in the bottom levels of the caves. A guided tour is required to see the caves and it lasts approximately an hour, covering 375 meters of the caves.

Quality photo of Orava Castle - Slovakia

Orava Castle
Slovakia

105 min

Let yourself to be inspired or awed by these incredible structure! Orava Castle was initially built in 1241 but continuously rebuilt in the next few... centuries and finally in 1611 got its current appearance. Visitors discover the castle history while touring through many rooms that feature armor, artwork and antiques of the period. But what sets this castle apart from many other medieval castles is the live performance by local actors dressed in period costumes that dance, sing and act in order to fully revive the atmosphere of the 17th century. There is a bit of an effort to get the most stunning views of the village below and the imposing Tatra Mountains as there are approximately 500 stairs to the top of the castle tower.