The Red Coral motorhome - sets off to conquer Europe again!
Małopolska went on a tour of Europe for the second time to show what it has the best to discover. This time, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary are on their way.
The motorhome will stop in the largest and most famous cities of the Visegrad Group countries. Those interested will find out what the region can boast about.
These include the Wooden Architecture Trail with over 250 monuments: churches, churches and manors. Among them are eight real pearls - temples inscribed on the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List. There are as many as 12 world-class monuments in the region - these are also Krakow - the cradle of Polish culture, the Salt Mine and the Krakow Saltworks Castle in Wieliczka, the Salt Mine in Bochnia, KL Auschwitz-Birkenau - the German Nazi Concentration and Extermination Camp, the Passion-Marian Sanctuary in Kalwaria Zebrzydowska.
Change of crew in the motorhome
The crew of the expedition has changed in half, because on the first route, including Benelux and Northern France, apart from English-speaking (Ania and Janusz), French-speaking (Zuza and Kuba) settled in the camper. Now the last two have been replaced by "Slovak" Magda and Czeszka Ewa, who will change after Bratislava with Hungarian Emese. In this way, in each country, the crew will speak the language of the people who live there.
Everyone encountered by Camper will be encouraged to "follow" the car to Małopolska in accordance with the slogan: Follow us to Małopolska Region .
You can follow Camper Małopolski's coral journey on:
Camper's blog and on the Facebook funpage
"Yeah, it looks like ... You're crazy, you're crazy, you're crazy. But I'll tell you in secret. Only crazy people are worth something ..." Alice in Wonderland- Tim Burton