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‘The Princely Route - Via Ducalis’

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‘The Princely Route - Via Ducalis’ refers to the trail named the same. Mr. Mariusz Makowski is an originator and a promoter of the trail (more information we can find in the publication Droga Książęca - Via Ducalis. Zamki, pałace, kościoły i muzea na Śląsku Cieszyńskim [The princely route - via Ducalis. The Castles, palaces, churches and museums in the Cieszyn Silesia] Wyd. Starostwo Powiatowe w Cieszynie, Cieszyn 2005). Driving along it we can visit some attractive and picturesque towns and villages in the Euroregion where exceptionally beautiful monuments of cultural heritage have been preserved to the present day and where we can find some remains of the then ruling Piast and Habsburg dynasties. It is one-day cross-border car trip. Its programme contains the approximate length of the trail stretches and the duration of sightseeing as well as the map with a marked trip's route and some useful information. Both the programme and a way of touring (driving tourism) and all mentioned attractions make the offer to spend your leisure time. There are other ways of visiting places described in the programme so we can adjust the programme to our needs and choose the way we want to visit recommended interesting places. For example we can travel by bike along stretches of the Euroregional Cycling Loop no 24 C and local subroutes; on foot - walking along tourist and hiking trails in the district or by coach/bus - during coach/bus trips to the mentioned places.

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bike 450,00 [min]
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Długość szlaku: 121
Długość szlaku w woj. śląskim: 121

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