Berona Bed & Breakfast

Havlickova 116 , Beroun, Bohemia, 26601, Czech Republic | B&B
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This B&B, located on Havlickova 116 , Beroun, is near Nizbor Glass Factory and St. George Forest (Svatojirsky les).
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    Travel Blogs from Beroun

    Land of Castles and Churches.... Oh and beer

    A travel blog entry by haydos2014 on Jun 22, 2014

    24 photos

    ... at the airport and soon, we boarded our Lufthansa jet and 38 minutes later we were in Munich. It was a strange feeling to be able to exit a jet in a new country and walk straight out. No customs or immigration. We met up with our car hire lady, who introduced us to our SUV, being a Renault Dacia. We call her Duster. We piled in and Matty took the wheel first up..Super weird feeling, with the whole driving on the wrong side of the road, with a steering wheel and ...

    "I love your Ice Cream"

    A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on May 29, 2014

    3 comments, 12 photos

    ... we were starving. By some wonderful coincidence Beerfest was just down the road so...round two! I have to admit it was even more fun at night. There was a crowd to give it energy, but no rowdy weirdos. They had a decent band playing and the food was just as good. I actually got two different dinners just so I could try as much as I could. You've got to savor these moments, right? For dessert we got a couple of cupcakes and some cranberry beer. I wasn't around for it but ...

    Wet weather activities

    A travel blog entry by thetraceys on May 07, 2014

    11 photos

    ... in but said afterwards it was cool. We wandered on through New Town, which is just like any other town but with nice buildings (just shops and traffic everywhere). I wanted to visit the Jewish cemetery because I find cemeteries and headstones good and interesting to photograph, and today being dull and rainy would have been perfect. But when we got there we found out we'd have to buy a ticket to go into the cemetery and synagogue. It would have cost the ...

    Tours, Engineers, Food, and Sunburns

    A travel blog entry by jordanpurvis on May 08, 2013

    ... tip at the end of the tour (roughly 2.5 hours). Ours was led by a Czech native, by the name of Jirka ("yer-ka" aka George). He absolutely made my day. Jirka was well educated, knew his information, and above all had charisma and humour. The combination of these attributes made for a very entertaining and engaging tour of Prague, which led us through the old town square, the Jewish quarter, and some other notable landmarks. On top of it all, ...

    Goodbye you good thing

    A travel blog entry by lisakatemclean on Sep 19, 2012

    ... dudes, when really we weren't impressed because we saw the dude swap shifts. Classic. A highlight was the view from the top of the astronomical clock which was, as my friend Georgia would say, a very "serendipitous" moment. I am very glad we are not thrown into leaving the czeck republic abruptly, our time in this country is faded out with our two night stay in what we expect to be a little fairy tale town: Cesky Krumlov. Speaking of fairy tales, I ...