Autorondreis Verrassend midden Europa
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Autorondreis Verrassend midden Europa

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Created: Saturday, June 22, 2024 - Departure: Saturday, October 12, 2024
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Created: Saturday, June 22, 2024 - Departure: Saturday, October 12, 2024
Destinations: Liberec, Olomouc, Strbske Pleso, Eger, Harkány, Zalaegerszeg

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12 Oct
Car journey 861 Kilometers - 9h 27m
Utrecht
Liberec
12 Oct
1. Liberec
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About the destination: Liberec, located in the northern part of the Czech Republic, is a destination that should be on every traveler's list. This charming city offers a perfect combination of culture, history, and nature. One of the main attractions in Liberec is the Ještěd Tower, a unique structure that towers over the city and offers stunning views of the surrounding landscape. Visitors can take a cable car to the top and enjoy breathtaking views of the mountains and forests. For those interested in history and culture, Liberec has plenty to offer. The city is home to a number of museums, including the North Bohemian Museum, which houses a collection of artifacts from the region's history. The Liberec Castle, a stunning Baroque palace, is also worth a visit. Nature lovers will appreciate the city's proximity to the Jizera Mountains, which offer hiking and skiing opportunities throughout the year. The Jizera Mountains are also home to several charming villages, where visitors can explore traditional Czech architecture and sample local cuisine. In addition to its many attractions, Liberec is also known for its vibrant nightlife. The city has a wide range of bars, clubs, and restaurants, offering something for everyone. Overall, Liberec is a destination that should not be missed. Whether you're interested in history, culture, nature, or simply want to relax and enjoy the city's vibrant atmosphere, Liberec has something for everyone.
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14 Oct
Car journey 251 Kilometers - 3h 30m
Liberec
Olomouc
14 Oct
2. Olomouc
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About the destination: This column is a splendid baroque monumental work that was carried out between 1716 and 1754 according to the project of the architect Václav Render, who wanted to build a masterpiece that had no comparison. When Václav died, he was performing the first level of the column, with an interior chapel that can be visited and some of the decoration in relief of the apostles. In 1733, after the death of the architect, his followers continued with the task. Ondrej Zahner (1709-1752) finished the sculptures of twenty-one statues with a size at scale and superior to the human, in a period of three years. The 9 of September of 1754 the masterpiece was inaugurated with a solemn ceremony in which they attended Maria Theresa of Austria and the Emperor Francisco I. At the top, dominating the monument, is the sculptural group of the Holy Trinity golden in its entirety. God the Father is represented as an elder, Christ appears as a young man carrying a cross in his right hand and the Holy Spirit appears as a dove that is situated in the center of a radiant sun. Under the Holy Trinity, at his feet, we have the Archangel Michael brandishing a sword and holding a shield, a fact that represents the struggle of the church to separate the celestial sphere from the earthly sphere. Below, we can observe the Assumption which is held by two angels and represents the intermediary between the two worlds. The column is very enriched with representations of the theological virtues, the saints closest to Christ and the Virgin Mary and the local, the fathers of the church, the patrons of the Slav nation, who are St. Cyril and St. Methodius Two missionary brothers from Thessalonica who preached in Crimea and in Great Moravia), accompanied by martyrs, such as St. John Nepomuk, the saint of the secret of confession and the patron of Bohemia, much loved by the local church. In the year 2000, this column of the Holy Trinity was recognized as "Patrimony of humanity" by Unesco.1 Traductor de Google para empresas:Google Translator ToolkitTraductor de sitios web
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16 Oct
Car journey 309 Kilometers - 4h 7m
Olomouc
Strbske Pleso
18 Oct
Car journey 298 Kilometers - 3h 39m
Strbske Pleso
Eger
18 Oct
4. Eger
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About the destination: Eger is a historic town, capital of Heves County, and the most outstanding touristic center of the Eastern region. The city of Eger is rich in monuments and natural attractions. It is reasonably considered as the baroque pearl of Hungary. At the heart of the historic city, on Dobó square, one of the most stunning baroque church of Central Europe, the Padau Saint Antal church is located.
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20 Oct
Car journey 388 Kilometers - 4h 8m
Eger
Harkány
20 Oct
5. Harkány
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About the destination: Harkány is a town in Baranya County, Hungary
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22 Oct
Car journey 235 Kilometers - 3h 30m
Harkány
Zalaegerszeg
22 Oct
6. Zalaegerszeg
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About the destination: Zalaegerszeg is the administrative center of Zala county in western Hungary. The area was already inhabited in the Upper Paleolithic, according to archaeological findings (the oldest ones in Zala county.) Later, the area was inhabited by Celts. The first written mentions of the town are as Egerscug (1247) and Egerszeg (1293); the name means "alder-tree corner" and is probably a reference to the town's situation in the angle where two rivers meet. King Béla IV donated the town to the diocese of Veszprém in 1266, so that it became church property. As Egerszeg lay somewhat distant from Veszprém, however, the taxes paid by the town often ended up in the pockets of such local oligarchs as the Kőszegi family. In the 14th century, Egerszeg was the largest town of the area. Between 1368 and 1389, it was a royal town for a short time, then Sigismund I donated it to the Kanizsai family who traded it for another town with the bishop of Veszprém. Zalaegerszeg remained their property until 1848. In 1381, the town built a stone church. In 1421, Egerszeg was granted oppidum status, which meant they could pay taxes once a year and the citizens could elect their own judge. The population grew quickly, and by the 16th century, Egerszeg became the de facto centre of Zala comitatus. In the 1530s, development was brought to a halt. Taking advantage of the power of the king being weakened, the owners of the surrounding lands attacked the town often, and the Ottomans already began to occupy Hungary after the Battle of Mohács in 1526. From 1568, the town was fortified, a castle was built. The Ottomans attacked the town for the first time in the late 1570s, but they failed to capture it.
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24 Oct
Car journey 1260 Kilometers - 13h 52m
Zalaegerszeg
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