Schuste Travel has been offering tailor-made tours to Petaouchock for many years and with its wealth of experience, local knowledge and expertise is able offer clients the best possible holiday to suit their own personal requirements and to make their visit an unforgettable experience.
Visit our capital city, Pétaouchnock, with its fascinating architecture – the organic forms of the buildings are unique in their conception – their roots are in the earth and at the same time these constructions are other-worldly. Sometimes they are there and sometimes not. Juxtaposed with impressive traditional buildings on wheels – see chapter on architecture - is the NMP (National Museum of Petaouchnock) which takes the form of a boat about to set sail – it is an important part of the Petaouchnockien mind-set to know that he can leave at any point and this builing pays homage to this.
The figure-head is an impressive statue of one of the most revered figures in the history of the country, Hypatia – see chapter on religion. Close by is the impressive Great Library of Petaouchnock which is in the form of an open book superimposed with mirrors – a wonderful example of the creativity of the country’s architects – stiff competition for Gaudi and Hundertwasser... Its vast collection contains illustrated works from a wide-ranging spectrum of surprising categories and fascinating titles by some of the world’s most illustrious authors. The collection is always changing and as unpredictable as the weather.
You will stumble upon wonderful cafes and eateries in the myriad of back streets and alley-ways where you can sample local specialities and enjoy a glass or shugo de rogishe beet – look out for Petra Kitchen – a hidden gem in one of the lesser – frequented tourist areas where you can discover some local dishes cooked traditionally and imaginatively with real and surreal ingredients.
Witness and, if you have a sense of adventure, take part in a traditonal pan throwing or frozen-fish catching competition (depending on the time of year).
A must is a visit to “At Some Point” – a cafe whose name has become legendary. There you can sample some of the local cuisine or quite simply sip the traditional drink on the terrace of the cafe. This cafe is frequented by many locals – some of whom you may well recognise – but whatever the season or time of day you can be sure of a warm welcome.