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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Panorama Rychnov nad Kneznou
Travel Blogs from Rychnov nad Kneznou
Ok so we got across the border just as it was getting dark, were almost gonna just throw the tent up, but decided on a room.
All booked we headed up the road, now it was getting dark.
We found the B&B but they said they had no rooms, a very nice fella walked us up the road to a castle, rang the bell to see if there was room there, but that was a no ...
... a beer or two. What we actually discovered was that there was ************e there (we saw in total about 20 people), noone spoke any English / but on the plus side camping was super cheap. There are a few guesthouses dotted around but couldn't see a hostel at all / anyway camping is more fun. Now when I say camping Im obviously not carrying a tent around for the next year or so but with a bit of pre‐planning you can ...
... viewing platform, by the time we got near the top it became more like climbing a ladder than walking up steps. We got a nice view from up there but didn't hang around to take it in for long because almost as soon as we reached the top it started pouring with rain! We looked like drowned rats by the time we got back to our accommodation & really appreciated a warm shower before dinner, all part of the ...
Remember, if you are a student (or you are brave enough to lie you are) you will pay just half a price to enter the place - 35 CZ money instead of 70. If you are with car, better come earlier so you won't have problems with parking.
The place was amazing, really something, that you never had seen before (perhaps). You can choose where you want to walk, how far and how long. We didn't have any plan, no map we just trusted our intuition. So ...
... Silesia. In the 18th century, most of the labyrinth was covered with a dense beech and fit forest. The oldest depiction of the Adrspach Rocks dates back to 1739. The Rocks were visited by many prominent historical personalities such as the Prussian Queen Louise, the Emperor Josef II, Karl the Emperor of Austria, J.W. Goethe and many others. Nevertheless, the breathtaking formations of the Adrspach Rocks still remained unknown.
Both rock areas ...