Praga a Dresden - Um conto de dois rios

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By Denise Giusti • February 17, 2017

Este passeio de bicicleta na República Tcheca e na Alemanha, de Praga a Dresden, segue o fluxo dos rios Vltava e Elbe, passando por belas paisagens, cidades pitorescas e parques belíssimos. Se você pedalou no Danúbio e quer algo muito semelhante, isto é para você. As ciclovias são bem desenvolvidas, planas e muito cênicas e revelam séculos de história.

Das robustas colunas de arenito e falésias da Suíça boêmia aos vinhedos pacíficos de Mělník, da realidade do campo de concentração Therezin aos antigos vulcões silenciosos do Planalto Médio, esta viagem criará memórias profundas. Tudo isso, situa-se entre duas capitais medievais de extrema importância, Praga, "Cidade dos Espigões Abusados" e Dresden. Todos os cantos são repletos de histórias recentes e antigas! Como bónus, você pode desfrutar de uma viagem de barco ou de caminhadas na Suíça saxónica Tcheca!

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