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Sazava monastery

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Sazava monastery

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Zamecka 72, Sazava 285 06 Czech Republic
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WILD RAFTING with all day drinks support
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WILD RAFTING with all day drinks support

All day adrenalin trip in Czech nature. Rafting is a very popular activity in Czech. Do you want to enjoy the whole day in nature with a lot of fun during thrilling rafting? With our instructors, you will enjoy a great day in nature.<br><br>Activity description:<br><br>The guide will pick up you and take you by private transport to the river Sázava (about 45 min from Prague). A safe raft or Baraka boats will instructors will be waiting on you with a lot of drinks (beers, wine, Czech spirits, softs) and snacks. You will spend about 6 hours on the boat. Lunch in restaurant is included.<br><br>First time rafting? No worries! Professional instructors will explain everything about rafting and safety rules.<br><br>WHAT'S INCLUDED<br>all day trip in Czech river<br>guide<br>safety training<br>rafting or Baraka boat cruise<br>exploration of the Czech river and nature<br>Professional staff individually assists you all the time<br>Transport<br>Refreshments<br>all days drinks: beers, wine, local spirits, softs drinks<br>lunch<br>Complete equipment
$528.57 per adult
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Gaby S wrote a review Sep 2019
Oxfordshire, United Kingdom669 contributions31 helpful votes
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On our way to the airport just past this Monastery in the village of Sazava. A tour just started, though in Czech language but we were given a detailed booklet in English. It was founded in the 11th century by Procopius (later became saint) and later turned into a Benedictine monastery with Slavic liturgy which was changed Latin by the end of the 11th century. Lots of frescos on the walls and some elements of the old, original structure of the monastery though, the old parts is being under reconstruction and scaffolding to give it back its former glory. If you’re in the area, don’t miss it, Cesky Sternberk Castle is just about a half an hour drive.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Barbora J wrote a review Aug 2017
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I like places, when you not only listen about mystery from the guide. But when you feel it. And when you see the signs in reality...uaaaah - very nice place to be scared of...devils:o)
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Date of experience: October 2016
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