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Mad To Drive

Feel the power of fast and furious wheeled beast!

About Mad To Drive

Guys sure love to drive. And they love cars. Fast, furious, fun, loud, empowering and dangerous machines that make them feel cool. And look cool. We are sure you have driven a car before. But how about driving something out of the ordinary? Enjoy some of the fastest and craziest driving activities out there! Pick your favorite wheeled beast from our extraordinary offer. What do we have? Go carts, quads, off road, even (mini) tanks. We guarantee there is something for everyone! Even for the ones that haven’t driven before. Plus, you can always rely on professional service that includes professional equipment, instructors and facilities. Please note, Mad To Drive is member of Experience Buddy Family, where you can check our different activities.

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[img] => 579b17817de5e-prague.jpg [active] => 1 [order] => 1 ) [69] => Array ( [id] => 69 [id_activity] => 7 [title] => Brno [country] => Czech Republic [slug] => brno [description] => One thing is sure; the Czech Republic isn’t lacking amazingly beautiful cities. After the famous capital, Prague, it is time to Czech out Brno. The second largest city in the Czech Republic earned the reputation of being friendly, vibrant, relaxed and unexpressive. The host of the World Motorbike Grand Prix it’s a very beautiful and historic city. Prague calls it ‘the communist city with the colorful buildings’, but that’s far from the truth. Especially Brno’s city centre is packed with ancient and historic gems like the gorgeous gothic Church Petrov. Fortunately it’s also strewn with bars and restaurants. Sightseeing, shopping, eating, drinking and partying. Everything that happens in Brno happens right in the city centre. And we wonder what happens there the next weekend. And the other one as well. [img] => 579b17aa0c8b3-brno.jpg [active] => 1 [order] => 2 ) [70] => Array ( [id] => 70 [id_activity] => 7 [title] => Bratislava [country] => Slovakia [slug] => bratislava [description] => Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, doesn’t have an easy life. The city is often overlooked by tourists, often in the shadow of its sisters Prague, Vienna and Budapest. Don’t let that discourage you from visiting this wallet friendly destination. Expect a cultured city characterized by medieval towers and flamboyant 20th-century buildings with a lot to do and see. If there is just one sight you are planning to see, it should be Bratislava Castle. The iconic building looms over the city and the mighty Danube. Together with UFO, situated on the newest bridge, it dominates the city skyline and overlooks the beauties of Little Carpathian region, the proud producer of some great award wines. The wines that taste even better with delicious Slovakian food. [img] => 579b17d6dfed4-bratislava.jpg [active] => 1 [order] => 3 ) [36] => Array ( [id] => 36 [id_activity] => 7 [title] => Budapest [country] => Hungary [slug] => budapest [description] => The ‘Paris of the East’ is split into two separate cities that are divided by the beautiful river Danube’ and connected by seven spectacular bridges. “The two sisters of Budapest” are not the same. Cosmopolitan Pest, the home of award winning bars, is where you need to be for entertainment, hardcore party action and sight-seeing. Hilly Buda boasts stunning architecture not only of the Buda Castle proudly sitting on the hill above the Danube. Together they create a perfect mixture of overwhelming architecture, history, culture, tasty food and entertainment. A perfect choice for an unforgettable weekend full of Danube boat rides, tree lined boulevards walks or aqua park excitement. [img] => 58243e11d0c7d-budapest.jpg [active] => 1 [order] => 4 ) [71] => Array ( [id] => 71 [id_activity] => 7 [title] => Amsterdam [country] => Netherlands [slug] => amsterdam [description] => The capital of Netherlands houses over 100 km of canals. No wonder it is also being called “Venice of the North”. However, this isn’t the only thing Amsterdam is famous for. We bet you all know it as the city that misbehaves. The city with liberal sex scene and legal weed. Famous for the world's oldest red district. (un) surprisingly, Amsterdam is more than that. More than sex and drugs. Renaissance architecture, windmills, flowers, bicycles, museums, parks. These are the valuables that invite you to explore this world’s most liberal city. The picturesque city that is ready to take you for a bike ride or on a canal tour. [img] => 58243e2153bd9-amsterdam.jpg [active] => 1 [order] => 5 ) [72] => Array ( [id] => 72 [id_activity] => 7 [title] => Berlin [country] => Germany [slug] => berlin [description] => Liberal, colorful and overwhelming. The cool capital of Germany. This fascinating city, passionate about all the important things, has some crazy history. Kicked, beaten, destroyed, and ripped in half. Reunited as a modern Mecca of artists, overflowing with stunning extravagant architecture. Don’t miss its famous landmarks that symbolize its remarkable past. From the Brandenburg Gate to the Berlin Wall with Checkpoint Charlie you can admire an eclectic mix of old and new. Plus, there is always something interesting happening in the city that never sleeps. In the city that offers such a range of options that are enough to make any weekend visitor’s head spin faster than any fabulous German beer. [img] => 58243e295ad63-berlin.jpg [active] => 1 [order] => 6 ) [73] => Array ( [id] => 73 [id_activity] => 7 [title] => Hamburg [country] => Germany [slug] => hamburg [description] => Unfairly overlooked Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany. The truth is, it is hard to find such a charming place elsewhere in Germany. Even though it has been hit by various disasters, it has always carried on. This impressive location is nestled on the banks of the River Elbe. It successfully combines buzzing nightlife with rich culture, stunning architecture, amazing history and a laid-back attitude. Walk the street of the oldest district of this city and admire its most precious gem, Rathaus. Stroll around the famous port or chill with a beer in some green park. Whatever you have in mind, “the gateway to the World” is opening for you and invites you to spend an unforgettable weekend. [img] => 58243e61090b1-hamburg.jpg [active] => 1 [order] => 7 ) [74] => Array ( [id] => 74 [id_activity] => 7 [title] => Warsaw [country] => Poland [slug] => warsaw [description] => The capital of Poland is never going to have pretty postcard looks. Eastern Europe’s fastest-growing metropolis has been destroyed and rebuilt more times than it can remember. Any foreigner visiting this fascinating and powerful modern city will be mesmerized by the schizophrenic skyline, the clash of architectural styles and the unmisable legacy of communism. Discover its historical and cultural wealth hidden in the atmospheric Old Town district and in its charming churches. Admire Stalin’s Penis, an ultimate architectural icon. Get to understand Polish nation in one of many museums. And that still isn’t all. From rich culture to fine cuisine, Warsaw, the buzzing colorful city, offers everything you need for a perfect weekend. Or even a perfect week. [img] => 583e9ae8a61dd-warsaw.jpg [active] => 1 [order] => 8 ) [75] => Array ( [id] => 75 [id_activity] => 7 [title] => Gdansk [country] => Poland [slug] => gdansk [description] => Do you think Poland that is only Warsaw and Krakow? You are so terribly wrong. Let us introduce Gdansk, the little gem on the Baltic coast. Famed for its beauty, its water sports, and its nightlife, this city belongs to “Trojmiasto”, a region made up of 3 cities. Sopot and Gdynia are the ones with the best beach parties; Gdansk has a little bit different story. The most historical town of Tri-city offers you nice walk around Śródmieście and its narrow cobbled streets full of colossal red brick churches. Gdansk was the place where the first shots of the WWWII were fired, where Solidarność was born. No wonder this coastal town with picturesque port is an irreplaceable part of Poland’s past. And present. [img] => 583e9af77e8ab-gdansk.jpg [active] => 1 [order] => 8 ) [76] => Array ( [id] => 76 [id_activity] => 7 [title] => Poznan [country] => Poland [slug] => poznan [description] => Poznan doesn’t appear often on travelling itineraries. However, the small city, one of the oldest in Poland, has a pleasant surprise for anyone who ends up there. Especially it’s Old Town, a collage of architectural styles crowded with historical monuments is a must see. Surprisingly, Poznan, a diverse mix of culture, is a major cultural center. Its part is an iconic ‘Poznan dance”. Do you think it is some version of Polka ? Not even close. It is a dance invited by fantastically fanatical fans of Lech Poznan, one of the most famous Polish football teams. Thanks to them, the passionate fans and a high student’s population is Poznan known for young and vibrant atmosphere. The atmosphere we wouldn’t miss for the world. [img] => 583e9b03c0f8c-poznan.jpg [active] => 1 [order] => 9 ) [77] => Array ( [id] => 77 [id_activity] => 7 [title] => Wroclaw [country] => Poland [slug] => wroclaw [description] => One of the most beautiful places in Poland is on the verge of becoming a better known tourist destination. Thanks to hosting Euro 2012. The city situated on the Odra River has over 100 bridges and 12 islands. Don’t miss wonderful Ostrow Tumski. This charming island isn’t the only amazing place in the city that was once a part of Germany. Wroclaw was completely destroyed during the WWII. And of course rebuilt to an unusual mix of styles and architecture. The dominant parts of Wroclaw are great wide open squares lined with bars and cafes. The large student population filled them with energy and freshness. Add extra touch of Polish authenticity and you have a perfect place for a weekend getaway. [img] => 583e9b0f3051c-wroclaw.jpg [active] => 1 [order] => 9 ) )

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