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  • Tandem Skydiving Adventure in Prague

    1. Tandem Skydiving Adventure in Prague

    Get an adrenaline rush like never before on this tandem skydiving adventure from Prague. Tandem jumps are available for guests of any age, from 10-100, and no special training is required, or special medical needed. All it takes is a quick 10-minute briefing before the jump, and the professional tandem pilots will take care of the rest. First your plane will climb to an altitude of about 15,000 feet (4,576 meters). This takes about 15 minutes, so enjoy the views of the beautiful Czech countryside as you fly. Then, a green light flashes, the plane door opens, your heart stops for a while, and off you go. Jump! Flying like a bird, freefall for about a minute at a speed of more than 120mph (200 km/h). Your shoot will finally open, you can put your heart back in your chest, and cruise like a bird for another 6 minutes. Landings are safe with the help of your tandem pilot. Back on firm gro...

    Our time slot was overbook, may recommend booking directly through company to avoid that, or confirm more in advance than one day. They rebooked us later in the day. The skydivers were professional and experienced and they made it a great experience having never done it before. Would absolutely recommend.

No trip to Argentina would be complete without a visit to the beautiful capital city of Buenos Aires. With its European architecture, diverse neighborhoods, and numerous attractions, this Spanish-speaking city has something for everyone.

When in Buenos Aires, Tango! Tango, which was designated a world heritage of humanity by UNESCO in 2009, was born in the poor districts of Buenos Aires. Visitors to Buenos Aires can take tango lessons, enjoy a delicious dinner, and dance the night away at one of the many tango clubs located in the La Boca neighborhood.

Sports fans will want to visit the home fields of the rival soccer teams Boca Juniors and River Plate. Located in La Boca and the Belgrano districts, respectively, both stadiums feature museums and tours are available which will take you into preferential seating and other privileged areas.

Visitors should take advantage of their time in Buenos Aires by learning some Spanish. Short courses are available which will teach basics of the language and culture. Learning a little Spanish will make a visit to Argentina even more fulfilling.

The areas outside the city of Buenos Aires are well worth exploring. Day trips to Argentine ranches, or estancias, often feature horse riding, authentic meals, and the opportunity to watch gauchos at work. Another nearby trip is to the island town of Tigre. Tigre is a popular getaway for residents of Buenos Aires and is home to The Naval Museum, numerous rowing clubs, and lavish mansions.

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