Slovak Paradise on Earth with the consent of the Czech Grandfather

Ride through the northern Slovakia is always a positive thing for us, because it offers smooth, forest and pleasantly undulating roads with the view of the Tatras emerging from time to time. And when our goal … More »

Where the two Switzerlands combine. The story of how boys kidnapped us.

It was supposed to be riding with your eyes closed. They kidnap us, we do not know where. We only know that on Thursday after work, we have to be ready to go. In my head … More »

Discovering Bavaria. The Eagle’s Nest and the Rossfeld Panoramastrasse

In South Bavaria, known for its fairytale castle of Neuschwanstein, and the alpine resorts, there is also a tearoom called Kehlsteinhaus, known as the Eagle’s Nest. It was built as a gift for the 50th birthday … More »

The Carcassonne fortress – a real treaty for fans of the Middle Ages

There is a reason why the Carcassonne fortress is visited by some millions of tourists. For the fans of castles and medieval fortresses, it is a real treaty on a world scale. Grown up on the … More »

The Balkans by motorbike, part II: Tara and Durmitor in Montenegro

During the whole Balkan trip, Montenegro enchanted us the most. This is a tiny country, but delighting at each kilometer with Mediterranean views, hung like paintings under blue sky, between the mountain ridges and surface of azure water … More »

Intriguing hyperboloid on the top of Ještěd

Whenever we climb somewhere on the Sudeten mountain ridges and look at the Jizera Mountains, a mysterious spike on the Czech side always attracts our attention. This intriguing building is a 94-meter hotel and television transmitter, which was built in … More »

On the path of memories, a motorcycle journey through the Western Europe

I remember how thrilled we were back then. Our first self-reliant, 3-week tour into Europe, by the freshly acquired 11-year old BMW GS. For the first time at the Eiffel Tower, on the Cote d’Azur, in modern … More »