Bohemien

Via Umberto I, 15/c,Cefalu,Italy

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    Experience World-class Service at Bohemien

    Bohémien B&B is located on the 1st floor of a historic building of the 1920s, set at the foot of the Rock of Cefalù. All rooms are air-conditioned and offer free Wi-Fi, also available in the communal living room with table and chairs. The B&B is a 5-minute walk from both the seaside and Corso Ruggero, the elegant promenade with many shops and restaurants. At the Bohémien, breakfast is served in a spacious and bright lounge, or in the guests rooms. A honesty bar is available 24 hours a day.

    Amenities

    • Airport Shuttle
    • Fitness Facility
    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Bar
    • Breakfast
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    reviews

    • Heavenly Dragon Tours

      4.0
      Reviewed 06 September 2019

      You should not miss is to hike to takshang (Tiger's Nest) at Paro. Its an amazing historic place of religion. The monastery is hangs at tye middle of the very big cliff at north of Paro. The guide told the legend that guru flew on the back of tigress and came here for meditation. Andriyas

      adriyasl
    • Tiger's Nest - the High Point of Bhutan's Beautiful Appeal

      5.0
      Reviewed 04 September 2019

      Recently, I visited Bhutan for the first time. Bhutan is known for its mountain ranges, its monasteries and temples, its purity and simplicity of lifestyle, and most importantly, its association with the Happiness of Index. It is known as the kingdom of Happiness. We went on a conducted tour and the highlight is of course, Tiger's Nest which we were supposed to climb. For people in their early 60s, climbing Tiger's Nest indeed posed a challenge but it was a test of our will-power and tenacity... and finally we did it. And we were able to achieve it, primarily because of the good itinerary management and customer handling of the travel agency - Happiness Kingdom Travels. I was particularly impressed by one of the tour leaders - Nima Tshering - who spoke many languages - and who handled customer relationships with such aplomb and flair. You will enjoy travelling with Nima as he is such a happy-go-lucky and friendly person. Overall, I must say, travelling in Bhutan is not complete without visiting the Tiger's Nest, and to achieve the latter, find a good travel agent that can help you do this.

      WandaL534
    • Must visit place

      5.0
      Reviewed 03 September 2019

      Its historical as well as religious. No doubt this is the main attraction in Bhutan / Paro . Its about 3 hours hike ( one way ) from the city .

      tsthostel
    • Highlight of my trip

      5.0
      Reviewed 31 August 2019

      A hike up to Tigers Nest was the highlight of my Bhutan trip. This was my second visit to Bhutan but last time we could only hike to a view point overlooking Tigers Nest. The Monastery itself wasnt accessible to tourists. Thats now changed and you can hike all the way to the Monastery It is probably not a good idea if you have bad knees or mobility issues as the path is quite steep a lot of the way. Even healthy knees feel it on the way down! However you can go halfway up on horseback and view the Monastery from the tearoom there. Otherwise, if you have a reasonable level of fitness, do the hike.

      Birdie56
    • Beautiful

      4.0
      Reviewed 25 August 2019

      The Tiger's Nest is a Monastery, also known as Paro Taktsang, is one of Bhutan's most recognized spots. It's located on cliffside of paro valley. To go inside the monastery, you need to have tickets, purchased down only. do carry kids School Id proof to avail 50 % discount on their tickets. monastery guide will accompany you only inside the monastery. There are no photographs allowed inside the monastery (tiger's nest) . however the complete way is photogenic and you click many. nothing is allowed inside everything will be kept in locker, just before the entry to tiger's nest. Although view is magnificent from the top but it is a difficult terrain.we do need a fairly good level of fitness. Also the path is very rough and steep. Wear good shoes. It will be dangerous in rainy reason. We were Lucky that it didn't rain much that day (16 August), still we could understand what rain can do. Do take the hiking sticks. We were 4 adults and 2 kids. Started at 10 am and finished at 5.30pm It's better to start early (around 7). Pony available till half way only ( cafeteria).if not sacred of pony ride, recommend to it. (It's till cafeteria only, pony is not allowed beyond that) There's no stairs till this point. From cafeteria to tigers nest, it's hilly, muddy, and have some very steep and difficult steps down and up. ( we didn't count, but around 350 stairs down and than 350 stairs up.) There's a breathtaking waterfall just before the monastery.

      sonudugar

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