Trip from Prague - Vaclav Havel Airport
to Liptovsky Mikulas

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Departure from Prague - Vaclav Havel Airport
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Estimated arrival to Liptovsky Mikulas
14:41h

Trip duration: 341min

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Departure from Prague - Vaclav Havel Airport
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Quality photo of Beckov Castle - Slovakia

Beckov Castle
Slovakia

60 min

Standing proudly on a steep 50 m tall rock, Beckov Castle is remarkably accompanying its natural setting. Even though the monument has fallen into ruin... today it is still frequently visited by tourists as it offers an important insight into the history of the castle and the entire region. It is equally interesting for all ages – children will love the puppet show in the lower castle grounds and for the adults there are few exhibits of defensive weapons like full-size medieval catapults and cannons. The castle features a cafe, a museum and a souvenir shop. No guided tour is needed as visitors receive a nice and informative pamphlet in English.

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Namest nad Oslavou Castle
Czech Republic

75 min

Dating from the 15th century, this monumental castle is a fine example of the Renaissance architecture in Moravia. Namest nad Oslavou Castle was originally built... on the ruins of a 13th century fortress by the Moravian lords of Zierotin and to this day is preserved almost unchanged. The walk through the history is available through the tour that takes visitors in the castle rooms furnished with historical furniture and decorated with precious paintings and tapestries. Although the castle chapel is notable for its design, it is the library that is the most unique part with a rich selection of books and a beautifully frescoed barrel ceiling. There is another tour available, one that takes visitors to the private apartments of Haugwitz family, who owned it in the 19th and 20th century.

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Demanovska Cave of Liberty
Slovakia

105 min

The astonishing Demanovska Cave of Liberty extends 8,126 meters into the mountains, out of which around 2 kilometers are available for tourists so the whole... tour takes about 1 hour. Within its long tunnels visitors can marvel astonishing stalactites and stalagmites of various shapes, colors and sizes, a few underground turquoise lakes but the most impressive certainly is the Great Dome, 41 meters high and 75 meters long. Heads-up: it’s cold in the cave, bring something warm to wear!

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Brno
Czech Republic

105 min

Almost just as wonderful as the Check capital Prague, Brno has one important advantage - it’s not overrun with tourists! That certainly doesn’t mean that... it lacks creativity, joie de vivre or extremely charming zest. Brno is a compact city so it’s not hard to experience its treasures on foot. Most of Brno’s major sights are located in the center like the Gothic Town Hall, the Capuchin Monastery or the Labyrinth under the Cabbage Market. Its lively streets are full of cafes, outdoor restaurants, galleries, museums and street performers and the mix of cultures is simply enchanting.

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Vlkolinec Village
Slovakia

60 min

Vlkoklinec was granted UNESCO status for the mainly intact folk architecture with artifacts dating back to the 15th century. One might say that in Vlkoklinec... time stands still and the traditional tools, artwork, crafts, and old-style kitchens will immediately take visitors back in past, when life seemed so much simpler. This remarkably untouched settlement consists of 45 wooden houses and outbuildings of which 2 have been converted to museums. To fully experience the past times, do try the local delicacy — warm, homemade poppy seed nut roll in the village store.

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Konopiste Castle
Czech Republic

75 min

The castle was founded in the 13th century but its most prominent owner, and the one who made it the splendid structure it is today,... is the Archduke Franz Ferdinand d'Este. He is responsible for remodeling the massive Gothic and Renaissance building and installing electricity, central heating, flush toilets and showers making it his ideal country residence. The castle can be discovered via four different guided tours, available in English as well, which reveal Franz Ferdinand's private apartments, his collections of antique furniture; Italian paintings; Gothic sculptures; hunting trophies and armory. Take a walk in the Rose Garden with beautiful Italian Renaissance statutes and enjoy the calming atmosphere where you might encounter free-roaming pheasants, peacocks and quails freely inhabiting the area.