Bohemian-Saxon Switzerlalnd

Bohemian Switzerland (Labské sandstones) is a typical erosive formation that was formed after the erosion of a few hundred metres of sea sediments. It belongs to the large bohemian chalk basin that covers much of northern Bohemia and parts of Germany and Poland. The Bohemian-Saxon Switzerlalnd Park itself covers an area of over 700 km2. A unique feature of the area are the deeply eroded sandstone cliffs. In the cliffs are deeply eroded hallos that provide micro climates that give shelter to many alpine and sub-alpine speicies at this low altitude. The park was created to protect these speicies as well as to showcase the unique geomorpholgical articulation of the area.

But the Bohemian Switzerland Park is not only a large area of uninhabited forests and rocks. A major subject of preservation is the cultural scenery. It is a region that has been used by people from pre-historic times An important goal of the park is to preserve and protect the architecture and art of the region.

Bohemian Switzerland

This region is very good especially for hiking lovers. It offers many touristic trails leading through the scenery of the rocky towns, the mesas, the passes, deep gorges and hillsides.

Millions of years ago, there used to be a shallow sea where the sand from surrounding rivers and streams was placed at its bottom. After the sea had gone, a strange shape of sandstone rocks was created, the unique shapes attracting our imagination. For a long long time the scenery was evolving apart from the world around, untouched by a man´s hand. That´s why we can nowadays enjoy the beauty around and feel like in a fairy tale.

This region is very good especially for hiking lovers. It offers many touristic trails  leading through the scenery of the rocky towns, the mesas,  the passes, deep gorges and hillsides. While walking through the countryside you may find the fossils of former sea animals. You will be fascinated by an articulation of the landscape as well as the picturesque nature games you can find at every turn. Although it´s the lowest place in the Czech republic, you will feel like being in the mountains. Your trip can become perfect when you stay over in some of the local cosy pensions or hotels. Thank to the local articulation we recommend this area for bikers who love more exacting terrain.

The most visited places are  for sure the largest and most unique sandstone bridge in Europe „Pravčická gate“ and sailing on the boats through the passes of Kamenice river. The scenery is complimented by the hills around. The dominating one is Růžovský vrch, standing „proudly“ opposite the rocky area. No wonder it´s called „Děčín´s Fudžijama“. In the whole region you can  find lots of precious animals and plants.

Šluknovsko and Lužické mountains

The whole region is attractive for biking lovers for its beauty and modesty of cycling trails. In winter Lužické mountains are a good place for skiers.

The scenery is really beautiful there, inviting for many trips. The whole region is attractive for biking lovers for its beauty and modesty of cycling trails.  In the surrounding area there are a lot of view towers where you can have a wonderful view of the scenery. In winter Lužické mountains are a good place for skiers. There are lots of adjusted trails for cross-country skiing as well as the downhill skiing. We also offer many cosy pensions where you can spend pleasant moments of rest and peace.

Tisá

Tiské walls belong among the oldest touristic areas of Labské sandstones. You can find there the rocky towns full of many rocky columnes, eaves´, caves and other very interesting shapes.

Tisá and its surrounding is a rocky area at the border with Germany. This region is composed of a beautiful rocky unit of Tiské walls and the surrounding of the mesa Děčínský Sněžník.

Tiské walls belong among the oldest touristic areas of Labské sandstones. You can find there the rocky towns full of many rocky columnes, eaves´, caves and other very interesting shapes. Tiské walls are divided into two parts – the big and the small walls and they both are connected with an educational trail.

Děčínský Sněžník is the highest mesa in the Czech republic. From the view tower of the same name you can have an amazing view of the whole area of Labské sandstones and when it´s fair weather you can ses as far as Ještěd.

Tisá´ region is a paradise for rock climbers. The whole area offers lots of the climbing trails starting with the easy ones ending with the most difficult ones. Another perfect attraction is a huge amount of  modest   touristic and  cycling trails. In winter Tisá region is a great place for the  cross country skiing´ or the dog-team riding´ lovers. We can arrange the accommodation in many cosy hotels with a  pleasant and quality service.

Saxon Switzerland

The whole area is a paradise for the rock climbers. You don´t have to be a member of any climbing club to be allowed to climb up the rocks. This region is very good especially for hiking lovers.

For a long long time the scenery was evolving apart from the world around, untouched by a man´s hand. That´s why we can nowadays enjoy the beauty around and feel like in a fairy tale.

Along the state boundary on its south side the national park Saxon Switzerland melts into the national park Czech Switzerland. The region of Saxon Switzerland is considered as the first region in Europe where the tourism started to work. Due to the long tradition of the tourism, you can expect a high quality service in the region. There are many quality hotels and pensions of higher standard there.

The biggest attractions of the area  are the touristic trails of a different difficulty leading through the scenery of the rocky towns, the mesas, the passes, deep gorges and hillsides. The whole area is a paradise for the rock climbers. You don´t have to be a member of any climbing club to be allowed to climb up the rocks. You can enjoy your trip visiting any of the big castles in the surrounding area, e.g. Konigstein – the largest rocky town in Europe. The boat rides through the huge canyon of high sandstone´ rocks lining the Elbe river are also very catching. You can get as far as Dresden.