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Les meilleures recommandations de sentiers pédestres par les gens du coin

Trail
“Very nice walking with restaurant on top and sightseeing on Frankova, High Tatras, Poland”
  • 7 personnes du coin recommandent
Mountain
“This is a beautiful national park featuring fantastic high limestone peaks. It makes a great destination for day trip for kids as the hike is relatively easy, leisurely with scenic views. You can hike up the 3 most famous peaks which have their own entertaining names given by the witty locals: Tall Kate (982 m.a.s.l.) Fat Barb (950 m.a.s.l.) Shaggy Mary (920 m.a.s.l.) I wonder it you can tell which is which?”
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent
Mountain
“Wyprawa na szczyt Babiej Góry położonej na terenie Parku Narodowego wymagac bedzie podjechania ok 1:40 h samochodem i zaparkowania na przełęczy Krowiarki. Mimo to zdecydowanie warto!”
  • 4 personnes du coin recommandent
Mountain
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Mountain
“When i can i go there for running,or just take a deep breath on the top of the hill....”
  • 9 personnes du coin recommandent
Mountain
“Very visited hill or mountain by our guests. Considered to be the most beautiful hill in Slovakia.”
  • 3 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“Bauhaus – an architectural style named after a German art school of the same name – was a big hit in Budapest, with many residential buildings, cinemas and churches built in the style. It was popular between 1930 and 1948 and its buildings can mostly be seen in the Újlipótváros neighborhood, as well as in Szent István Park, and on Margit Körút.”
  • 7 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“Forest was one of the favorite hunting Polish kings. The forest has 6 nature reserves. Many forest roads are used by hikers, cyclists,walkers. Educational path-boards set of species plant and animals”
  • 7 personnes du coin recommandent
Château
“And old ruin Liptov castle is visible at the boarder of Liptovský Mikuláš and Ružomberok city. Also called Sielnický or Liptov old castle by local residents and it is accessible to the public.”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
Trail
“Are you thinking of a relaxing afternoon? A cold beer in one hand and a beautiful mountain panorama before you. Votes against - easy summits, crowds of tourists and screaming kids. Votes for - the most beautiful panorama in the Polish and Slovak Tatra mountains, an unforgettable view of Giewont and the Zakopane valley, traditional inns, restaurants, 'highland electric tea' and mulled wine... Are you ready? Walk down Krupówki Street to the cable train station to Gubałówka hill (1120 m). The train leaves every 5 to 30 min. depending on demand. Opening hours: I-II 09.00-20.00/21.45. Tickets return -17 zł, reduced - 14 zł, one way - 12 zł, reduced 10 zł. Besides those inns and restaurants which have been mentioned already, (the further you go from the upper station the more interesting the offer and the more original the highland welcome) some time must be spent just enjoying the Tatra mountains panorama. Just in front of you is a mountain called Giewont (1895 m) in the shape of a man lying. This is the mountain associated with Zakopane. To your right there are the peaks of Czerwone Wierchy and to your left Kasprowy Wierch (1987 m). A precise map of the mountain peaks, and viewing binoculars, can be found on the summit of Gubałówka. After dinner or a pleasant afternoon stroll you can return by cable train or walk down through the woods which should take no more than 1 h. An interesting alternative way down is to follow the trail crossing Gubałówka peak (go left along the road). After half-hour of easy walking you will reach Butorowy Wierch (1160 m) with its chair lift which will take you down over the trees in splendid silence. The views over the mountains are impressive. Opening hours: I-II 09.00-16.00. One way ticket - 9 zł, return - 6 zł. When you touch down go to Droga Powstańców Śląskich Street and turn left. 30 min. walk will take you to the city centre.”
  • 17 personnes du coin recommandent
Belvédère
“A spot frequented by denizens of Budapest in the Buda hills, Normafa is known for its panoramic scenery and fresh air. It is located on Svábhegy and is close to Jánoshegy, the highest point in Budapest. The name is derived from the name of a tree, the "Norma tree." Allegedly the beech tree was planted by King Matthias Corvinus in the 15th century. The name stuck when performers from the Hungarian National Theater visited it, where they performed Vincenzo Bellini's Norma.”
  • 3 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
  • 1 personne du coin recommande