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06 June 2021

10:00 - 15:00
Stará Osada tram terminus

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Join us and our wonderful assistant and guide Agnieszka for a friendly visit at the famous Brno Llama Centre and explore the beauty of protected flowers and species in the former Hády quarry in Brno – Líšeň.

We will enjoy a tour in English, discovering the various rare flowers that grow in the vicinity through Agi’s expert commentary, learn about the life of the local llamas, goats and sheep, picnic near their pasture (leaving the hay to the animals 😉 and optionally try out a unique geological barefoot trail or follow an interesting educational route past lakes and through the reeds. This route is suitable even for prams, but baby carriers are probably better nonetheless.

We will meet at 10 am at the Stará Osada tram terminus in Židenice and then go on together on bus no. 201 at 10:15 up to Velká Klajdovka. (If you miss this meeting, you can take bus 64 or 74 to Červený písek – you can get to the Llama Centre, but you’ll miss the nature excursion.) The entry fee to the Llama Centre is CZK 60,- for adults and CZK 30,- for children and is paid in cash.

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