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april till october
Bohemian Switzerland National Park, České Švýcarsko. Self guided four nights / three days children friendly hiking tour in beautiful Bohemian-Saxon Switzerland nature park on the border between Germany and Czechia. The area is characterized by fairytale landscapes: pine forests, rock formations and idyllic views alternate. The tour of 18-28 km in total takes you past the most important sights of Bohemian Switzerland and is adjusted to the kids in length and comfort ...Read More
Hut to hut trekking adapted to families with kids from 6 years old. During this adventurous trip you can choose different paths and the way of approach, so that you optimize the length of the route. Lodging in comfortable chalets near the mountain ridge with far views and final downhill ride on a scooter will make the trip fun for the whole family ...Read More
We will discover the most beautiful natural sights of the Bohemian Paradise nature protected area such as the Trosky castle ruin sitting on two volcanic peaks, Duke Wallenstein castle or Hruba skala (rough rock) labyrinth with its sandstone formations visible from numerous viewpoints along the way. You will also experience one overnight in a real castle, ride a local “slow” train prior to the hike start and walk in the deep forests on tiny paths among the trees. Traditional architecture can be seen in the villages along the route. The hike is suitable for all fit walkers, who do not mind wavy terrain ...Read More
We will climb to the peaks of the highest mountain range of the Czech Republic. The Giant Mountains are on the border to Poland. On both the Czech and the Polish side big parts of the mountain range are protected as National park. There is a wide network of well maintained walking paths. During the hut to hut tour we will walk most of the time over the crest where we can enjoy beautiful panoramic views on the mountain ridge. The overnight stays are in traditional mountain cottages ...Read More
During this seven-day self guided hike you cross the largest mountain range in Czechia: the Giant Mountains. Much of this mountain range is protected as a National Park. During the crossing you can regularly enjoy panoramic views of the mountain landscapes and valleys. For the enthusiast there is the possibility to climb the highest peak, the Snežka (1602 m). Whether you are a nature lover, hiker or an active child - everyone will experience a lot of fun and challenge on this individual hike ...Read More
We will climb to the peaks of the highest mountain range of Czechia. The Giant Mountains (Krkonoše) border with Poland. On both the Czech and the Polish side big parts of the mountain range are protected as National park. There is a wide network of well maintained walking paths. During the hut to hut tour we will walk most of the time over the crest where we can enjoy beautiful panoramic views on the mountain ridge. One of the highlights is climbing up to the highest peak of Czechia: Sněžka 1602 m. The overnight stays are in traditional mountain chalets ...Read More
7 days - 6 nights
The landscape of the Bohemian Paradise is proudly featured on the UNESCO natural heritage list. Do one of the Great Walks (94 km), which connect the most special and interesting places. You don't walk along amazing nature only, but also past little lakes, the famous rock formations, through forests, ancient castles and picturesque little villages. The hike is suitable for all fit walkers, who do not mind wavy terrain ...Read More
april till october
4 days / 3 nights
Bohemian Switzerland National Park, České Švýcarsko. The beautiful Bohemian-Saxon Switzerland nature park lies on the border between Germany and Czechia. The region has National Park status on both the German and the Czech side of the border. The area is characterized by fairytale landscapes: pine forests, rock formations and idyllic views alternate. Bohemian Switzerland is an ideal destination for an active holiday. You spend the night in good hotels on the way, pets are very welcome in most accommodations ...Read More
Hiking: Discover the charm of ordinary walks to places you can only reach on foot!
You don’t know any places like that? Of course you do, and there are lots and lots of them in the Czech Republic. One of the nicest places to take a walk in Prague is Petřín, whose imaginary crown is the famous lookout tower, nicknamed the little Eiffel Tower. The fairytale Průhonice Park, which is one of the largest naturally landscaped parks in Europe, is only a few kilometres from Prague city limits.
The mountain path along the River Vydra is a beautiful place for all fans of the enchanting countryside of Šumava. There is no other way to get to the Punkva Caves and the bottom of the Macocha Abyss than on foot and the same is true if you want to wander among the massive sandstone towers of the rock cities in Adršpach or the Prachov Rocks in Bohemian Paradise!