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    LOVELY MEDIEVAL TOWNS, IMPRESSIVE CASTLES AND FRIENDLY MORAVIAN VILLAGES
 
 
 
 departures 2013:
  May 4
June 8
July 13
August 17 September 7, 21
October 12
 price: from 750EUR
 days: 7
 grade: easy
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Discover a beautiful and still undiscovered corner of Europe. This superb adventure in the Czech Republic’s southern lands of Moravia and Bohemia offers a rare opportunity to explore a remarkable historical legacy of Baroque and Rococo castles, ancient but well preserved medieval towns, and centuries-old chateaus with impressive wine cellars. Moravia region is noted for its vineyards and you’ll have ample opportunities to taste its fine wines!Complementing your cultural discoveries are walks in the orchid-dotted meadows of the White Carpathian Mountains and in the limestone Pálava Hills, both UNESCO Biosphere Reserves, and Sumava National Park, with its untouched wildlife. Throughout you’ll meet local people in delightful Moravian villages where rich veins of folk arts—music, dance, and other distinctive cultural traditions—live proudly on.
highlights
Explore the charms of Moravia and the fairytale castles and enchanting towns of South Bohemia
Enjoy gentle walks through beautiful countryside, away from the crowds
Discover 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites—the Biosphere Reserves of the White Carpathian Mountains, the Palava Hills, Trebonsko,towns of Telc, Cesky Krumlov, Holasovice, Prague
Tour the heart of the Czech wine country, with several wine tastings


  Medieval UNESCO town of TELC  
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