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3 days in Narnia

Narnia is a magical land filled with talking animals, mythical creatures, and enchanting landscapes. Ruled by the wise and just lion, Aslan, Narnia is a place of adventure and wonder. From the frozen wastelands of the North to the lush forests of the South, Narnia is a land of contrasts and surprises. Its inhabitants are fiercely loyal and brave, always ready to defend their home from the forces of evil. But Narnia is also a place of peace and tranquility, where one can find solace in the beauty of nature and the company of good friends. Whether you seek adventure or simply a place to rest, Narnia is the perfect destination for those who believe in magic and wonder.


  • Turkish Delight: A sweet, gelatinous candyLambs Fry: A dish made from lamb's liver and onions
  • Narnian Ale: A local beer brewed with honey and spices
  • Roasted Boar: A succulent dish made from wild boar meat
  • Mead: A honey-based alcoholic beverage
  • Stewed Rabbit: A hearty stew made from rabbit meat and vegetables
  • Fried Trout: A crispy and delicious fish dish
  • Plum Pudding: A traditional dessert made with dried fruits and spices.
  • Itinerary

  • Day 1

    Day 1: Upon arrival in Narnia, head straight to Cair Paravel, the ancient castle of the Narnian kings and queens. Explore the castle's ruins and take in the stunning views of the surrounding landscape. Afterward, visit the nearby Beavers' Lodge, where you can learn about the local wildlife and enjoy a traditional Narnian meal. In the afternoon, head to the Lantern Waste, a beautiful forested area where you can take a leisurely hike and spot some of Narnia's unique flora and fauna. End the day with a visit to the Stone Table, a historical site where Aslan, the great lion and ruler of Narnia, once sacrificed himself for the good of the land.
  • Day 2

    Day 2: Start your day with a visit to the Great River of Narnia, where you can take a relaxing boat ride and enjoy the scenic views. Afterward, head to the Dancing Lawn, a beautiful meadow where the Narnians often gather for festivities. Here, you can participate in traditional dances and games, and enjoy a picnic lunch. In the afternoon, visit the charming town of Beruna, where you can explore the local markets and shops, and learn about Narnian crafts and traditions. End the day with a visit to the Fords of Beruna, a historic site where the great battle between Narnia and the White Witch's army took place.
  • Day 3

    Day 3: Begin your day with a visit to the Western Wild, a vast and beautiful wilderness area that is home to many of Narnia's most iconic creatures, including unicorns, centaurs, and giants. Take a guided tour or go on a hike to explore the area's stunning natural beauty. In the afternoon, head to the city of Tashbaan, a bustling metropolis that is home to many of Narnia's human inhabitants. Here, you can visit the local museums and galleries, and learn about Narnian history and culture. End the day with a visit to the Garden of the Hesperides, a beautiful botanical garden that is home to many rare and exotic plants. Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the garden, and take in the stunning views of the surrounding landscape.