A walk through the stone cities of Czech Republic

Friday, August 15, 2014

El Paraíso de Bohemia (Ceský ráj), es un geoparque declarado y protegido por la Unesco.

The Adrspassko-Teplice Rocks, Czech Republic, are the largest and wildest rock city of Central Europe, which attracts tourists from the eighteenth century.

The names of many rocks date from this time: Helm Knight, Lovers or Square Elephants.
However, the nature of this destination other hidden gems, including the Great Waterfall falling from a height of 16 meters, or between rocks small lake where you can walk around in canoes or rafts.

Kids will love the boatman who knows the names of all the clubs and rocks and has funny stories. Families with young visitors and elderly people find easy paths, while vigorous walkers may delude with more complicated routes that often even end in neighboring Poland. Now, if what you prefer is to see the maze of rocks from the air, and with a little more budget, you can do aboard a plane. You could also take climbing courses.

Following the path of the stone cities of Czech Republic, one must reach the Paradise of Bohemia (Bohemian Paradise), known as the "manual geologists", a place that has, since 2005, in the first geopark Czech proclaimed by UNESCO. Its symbol is the ruin of Trosky castle, full of mysterious and enigmatic inscriptions unexplored corridors.

They also attract visitors Bohemian Paradise formation rocks Prachovské skály offering a new nature trail and the longest caves in dolomite, in which small underground lakes of blue and green waters are hiding. This natural area can be explored on foot, by bicycle or skateboard.

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