55 Euros for those who don’t go to AC (dates: 12.-15.9. 2019) and leave after the end of the event on 15th.
70 Euros for those for those who go to AC (dates 12.-16.9. 2019) because our event officially ends on Sunday 15th and we have to get back to Olomouc for Monday’s opening ceremony of AC which is held there. So there is plus one night (15euros) in Olomouc counted into the price.
Description: We are happy to announce that this year, in September, Egea Olomouc will be a part of the biggest event of the year and is excited to organize the pre-event to AC in Czech republic. We will meet in a beautiful region of Beskydy mountains. The event is perfect for everyone who is ready to share in adventure and wants to breath some fresh air in a very unique mountain area . :-) We will be glad to see as many faces as possible, doesn’t matter if you are a fresh newbie or the wise egean expert, everyone is welcome. It’s a nice possibility to meet your new egean friends and also to hang out with the old ones and simply have a good time together and relax a little bit before AC in the amazing area of Beskydy.
Pustevny (1018 metres above sea level)
- A mountain saddle in the Moravian-Silesian Beskids mountain range of the Czech Republic, not far from Radhošť, in the municipality of Prostřední Bečva. It was named after the Czech word for a hermit. Hermits lived here until the year 1874. For Pustevny, wooden buildings built in traditional folk style are typical.
Radhošť: A mountain (1129 meters above sea level) with a view of the Beskydy mountains. A chapel (built 1898) and a sculpture of Saints Cyril and Methodius are located on the summit and desecrate the Slavic sacred site. The mountain is a popular destination for religious pilgrimages. Referred to as the place of Slavic god Radegast, Radhošť was the host of sacred ceremonies to rejoice the god during the time of Slavic antiquity. The name Radhošť is in fact a czech version of the name of Radegast.
Possible visit of skywalk Valaška
Rožnov pod Radhoštěm
Valašská dědina (a little Wallachian village located in a picturesque landscape)
- Small climb to Jurkovičova rozhledna (Jurkovičova lokout tower)
- A visit of beautiful open air museum – traditional wooden architecture
- A small town in the Moravian-Silesian Region, Czech Republic. It lies on the slope of a forested lime hill, dominated by the Trúba castle tower. Because of the town’s location, its many historical buildings and a unique collection of timbered houses from the 18th and 19th centuries, the town has been declared a municipal reserve and is nicknamed the Moravian Betlehem. Nearby there is the Šipka Cave where Neanderthal child bone remnants were found.