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Siroka Niva Vacation Packages
Siroka Niva Vacation Packages
Prague, the country's capital, stands 140 miles to the west of Siroka Niva.
The snow is falling and the slopes are ready for you. Head to one of Siroka Niva's nearby ski fields, Kouty Ski Area or Kares Kouty nad Desnou Ski Area, to experience the time of your life.
Travel 10 miles west to reach Karlova Studanka. Here you can check out Karlova Studanka Tourist Information Centre and St. Hubertus Chapel.
To visit the Technical University Ostrava, Vodni Svet and the Antonin Dvorak Theater, you need to travel east from Siroka Niva for 40 miles to Ostrava. Silesian-Ostrava Castle and The World of Miniatures are some more places here that you won't want to miss.
Trying local food is one of the best ways of getting to know the area you are in. So, head to some of the region's bars, cafés and restaurants.
There's nothing like locally produced goods. You'll soon discover that beef and cabbage are go-to favorites in the area.
Be sure to try some local food, like svíÄková na smetanÄ› (beef in cream sauce) and moravsky vrabec (pork stew).
You can't leave the area before ordering ovocne knedliky (fruit dumplings).
Refresh yourself with a glass or two of the regional brew. Krusovice is a good choice.
If you're thirsty and eager to try a popular non-alcoholic beverage, order coffee.
There is wide range of drinks that travelers can taste in this region. Don't leave until you try Tuzemak. a popular spirit.
Make the night last a little longer and allow yourself to enjoy a glass or two of wine. Get a bottle of Ryzlink rýnský (Rhine Riesling) or Frankovka (Blaufrankisch).
Savvy travelers understand that one of the best ways to get the most out of a trip is to look up a few phrases in the local language. "Smím prosit?" means "Would you liketo dance with me?" "Jak se jmenuješ?" ("What's your name?") is another handy one to keep up your sleeve.
Czech Founding Day, on the 28th of October, is a festive day of national celebration you'll enjoy.
You've laughed, you've taken it easy and you're likely to have taken thousands of photos. When it's time to spend your final Czech korunas and bid "Ahoj" to Moravian Silesian, you'll already be wistful about all the memories you've created.
When you're ready to head home, the Leos Janacek Airport is 35 miles southeast of Siroka Niva.
Accommodation in Siroka Niva
It could be a bit of a struggle booking accommodation in Siroka Niva, as there are currently no options coming up on Expedia's extensive database. However, if you don't mind a commute, you can kick your feet up at the Holzberg, 1 mile away in Svetla Hora.