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Mountain
“You'll have an amazing view over the city from here. It's a great hike of 90 minutes up and down. You may also take the funicular to reach this point if you don't have time for the hike :) This is where the Brasov sign is located, the one you see from the city.”
  • Doporučuje 41 místních
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Mountain
“A national park Fruška Gora was declared in 1960 and covers an area of 266.72 km2. Take a city bus and go for a walk, or take an organised tour to see the monasteries of Fruška Gora.”
  • Doporučuje 13 místních
Stezka
“The Citadella is the fortification located upon the top of Gellért Hill in Budapest, Hungary. This place gives you the most authentic and beautiful panoramic view of Budapest.”
  • Doporučuje 28 místních
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!”
  • Doporučují4 místní
Mountain
“Very visited hill or mountain by our guests. Considered to be the most beautiful hill in Slovakia.”
  • Doporučují3 místní
Mountain
“When i can i go there for running,or just take a deep breath on the top of the hill....”
  • Doporučuje 8 místních
Stezka
“Ujlipotvaros is a trendy, artsy, upper-middle class neighborhood, popular amongst digital nomads, freelancers, art galleries, plenty of family runned small businesses, pastry shops, a huge park called St Stephen Park. You can feel here the touch of the river winds refreshing the street air, dont miss the danube promenade with the view to the Margharet Bridge and the Margharet Island. The name Ujlipotvaros means New Leopold Town, after the royal family member Leopold.”
  • Doporučuje 6 místních
Stezka
  • Doporučují3 místní
Krásná vyhlídka
“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.”
  • Doporučují3 místní
Park
“Beautiful scenic lookout on the top of the hill with species of plants from the Ice Age!”
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Stezka
“One of the most beautiful hill valleys located on the northern part of Papuk, on the elevation of 475 meters. It's rich with cold sources of water and clear rivers, surrounded by the hundred year old beech forest. Filled with freshness and romance, it's always been attractive to any nature, mountain or peace lover. Because of its exceptional natural beauties, Jankovac was proclaimed a protected Forest Park in 1955. Jankovac was first mentioned back in 1801, when there was a glass shop on these areas. The witnesses to the first inhabitants of Jankovac, the German glass crafters, are the remnants of their tombstones. The valley got its name by count Janković, which built a hunting house in the mid-19th century, and also made two lakes and made a walking path towards the Skakavac waterfall, making a wish of his tomb being in a rock above the beautiful hill valley. In the honor of count Janković, the "Count's educational path" was built, which leads through the Forest Park's most beautiful parts. Along the road there are educational tables, describing the natural and culturally-historical curiosities which the path leads through. The path is made for everyone, especially school children which are introduced to all the valuables of this area. A long tradition of hiking along the Slavonian mountains has been related to this area, the first hiking home being built back in 1934. Today, it is completely re-innovated and it is the main starting point for many hikers and excursions visiting Papuk.”
  • Doporučuje 1 místní