Excalibur City Shopping and Entertainment Center
On the way from Vienna to Prague, we made a short stop at the Excalibur City amusement park, located near the Czech town of Hvalovice, on the border with Austria.
In the early nineties, Austrian businessman Ronnie Seunig turned a border stop with a gas station and a duty-free shop into one of Europe's largest entertainment cities. The Park's design concept was based on the legend of king Arthur.
The buildings of the Park are made in the medieval style.
And decorated with characters from the legends of the era.
The territory of the Park covers more than 200 thousand square meters. In addition to outdoor attractions, the Park has 4 casinos, a shopping center, a small zoo, and a movie theater.
over time, the park has a Museum Terra Technica, which presents a unique collection of music and slot machines, in the Museum of cinema you can see the car of Batman from the 1989 film and other things of the cult movie characters.
It offers several restaurants, as well as a medieval entourage.
In 1979, the park acquired a decommissioned Il-62 airliner (airplane history), in the cabin of the aircraft was opened "Jet Restaurant Niki Lauda".
Restaurants and duty free shops are open around the clock, attractions and other entertainment from 9 to 20, but today, January 3, except for us there was not a single living soul.
Further on our way lay along the snow covered plains of southern Moravia.
And a couple of hours later we were in Prague.