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The Bohemian Switzerland National Park (Narodni park Ceske Svycarsko), which was established on 1st January 2000 and covers an area of nearly 80km2, is the youngest national park in the Czech Republic. The park on its northern side borders and is...more
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We took public transport from Prague and did a day trip here. We got up early and got the train to Schona in Germany (with one change in Decin) which took about 1.5 - 2 hours. The boat is then pretty much outside of Schona...More
Went on a day trip from Prague with a few friends. Decided to make our own way there on the train and bus - took around 2 hours to get there, but saved a lot of money and was easy to do.
Once we arrived,...More
We rented a car in Prague at central station and drove the hour and a half to the park. We took the walk and boat rides through the gorge near Hrensko. The area was beautiful and well worth the trip. Cute villages along the way....More
I have been wanting to come to the Bohemian Switzerland National Park since I had seen it here prior to my trip. As I am a huge procrastinator, I did not book anything ahead of time. I booked through here on TripAdvisor, unfortunately the guided...More
what is with that entrance fee at the TOP??? Every normal coutry has an entrance fee when you come to certain destination, not at the PEAK of the mountain. With that you do not accept any credit cards. Usualy when we are on a hike...More
We did this on our own from Prague (took an early train to Decin, then the bus right outside the station to the park - the woman in the tourist office was very helpful with a map). The hike is not difficult as long as...More
We were very happy that we decided to try something off the beaten path, and came to this stunning national park. It’s incredibly well kept, with excellent trails and varying, gorgeous views. Only an hour and a half from Prague, a definite must see.
Stunning, well worth the hike. Takes about 45 mins up in moderate pace to Pravcicka Brana, (the main attraction of the National Park), from Hrensko (the nearby village where cars can be parked and pubic transport arrives). There are at least two routes up, the...More
Hiked (red trail) to the arch with 8,12,14 and 16 year old. Steep but easy going underfoot. Bribed them all with fizzy drinks etc in the charming Wanderers inn at the top. Then hiked around and gently down to the blue trail (more bribes in...More