• See professional stuntmen soar near Prague this spring

    2012-03-14

    When travelers journey to foreign destinations, they may like to challenge themselves to try new things that are daring and thrilling. If adventure travel experiences are what tourists are looking for when they are planning their Europe travel trip, heading to the Czech Republic could be their best bet. Just outside Prague, the annual Crazy Day celebration will take place, featuring professional stuntmen from across the globe performing their most impressive tricks.

    In the middle of May, travelers and locals alike will head to the Telsa Arena to see nearly 20 adrenaline junkies and dare devils take to the stage to show off their incredible skills and talents for the festival. Attendees of all ages are welcomed to attend to witness amazing stunts done in a safe and professional atmosphere.

    Some of the death-defying acts that have occurred in the past include motorcycle racing inside steel balls, cars driving while balancing on two wheels, and pyrotechnics combined with rhythmic performances of percussionists using barrels and other industrial materials. There will also be dancing, laser shows, and concert performances during the Crazy Day festivities.

    No matter what time of year tourists decide to visit this area, they can still contact the stunt academy that hosts the event to take part in some very unique classes. Professional program director Jan Holub offers workshops on how to be stunt performer by teaching students to ride motorcycles and perform various tricks on the bikes. These supervised courses can be a memorable way to spend time doing something brand new while on vacation.

    While in the area, tourists should not miss the other thrilling things to see and do in and around Prague. According to Frommer's, checking out the Mustek Metro Station is worth the time, as there have been several medieval artifacts uncovered underground. Guests may see remains of what was a stone bridge between Old and New historical parts of Prague.

    If travelers want to see more shows like Crazy Day, they can find out what is on the bill at the Cinoherni Klub. Since the 1960s, this venue has had a reputation for hosting unique performances and has a history of being an old hub part of radical politics when it was originally conceived.

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