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One of the best walking cities in the world. Be advised the walk up to Prague Castle is quite steep and can get challenging. Once at the castle, you have incredible views of the city even without paying entrance to the castle itself.

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rocky
25 days ago

Great city walk. I started up top from the main road at the castle and worked my way down into the city. There are ways to cross the river and have yourself a little wooded walk also. Beginner skill level and very easy. Not your typical out in nature hike, but sometimes looking and seeing and history are just as valuable.

This trail is beautiful, highlighted by the amazing Pravcicka Gate. The scenery is stunning. Trails are clear to walk on but it’s a bit of a walk up to the gate. The boat ride is really nice. The guides on the boat don’t speak English. The rocks down the river have various shapes like a gorilla. Overall it’s a great day out.

I didn't do this exact trail, but a modified version of it. I took the boat ride along the Edmund's gorge, then hiked up to Mezna and not to Mezni Louka. This was a shorter route to get to Pravcicka Gate. I didn't have much time since the entry to the gate closes at 6p I think. Even saving half hour was a lot by taking this route. From Mezna, I went along Mlynska Cesta and reached the road where the path for Pravcicka gate starts. I did that route up and down and hiked back to Hrensko.

Very nice city to visit. The Charles Bridge and the Jewish quarters are great places to explore.

hiking
2 months ago

This is a nice easy paved hike. Up and back. Very pretty area. The lake is picturesque. Hiking around the northern part of the lake is not recommended.

This is an amazing Trail, although it is near to the German Border the whole trail is actually in the Czech Republic. An absolute amazing walk, best visited early to mid spring or late summer as the immediate summertime is very busy.. must do is the boat ride along Edmunds Gorge.. Amazing Views and friendly boat staff.. A+

We went to the Prebischtor first - the other way round. That was good, because the ascent after the boat trip through the Edmund-Klamm is gigantic steep and long! Down it was much easier. The essential boat trip is very nice! It costs about 3.50 per person. Unfortunately, there were a lot of tourists, so a star is missing.

Beautiful mountains, wonderful people. And food... food is great too :)

Nice walking tour with stops at some of the most significant baroque-era landmarks of Prague. Towards the end of this journey, you cannot take the pedestrian bridge (on the map) that crosses the Vltava River since it no longer exists. But there is a small ferry boat (integrated into Prague's public transport system) that can get you across the river and on towards Troja Castle and gardens.

Nice walking tour of Prague. Charles Bridge can be quite crowded except for very early morning hours (best time for photos).

Beautiful architect, interesting history and great weather! Wonderful to explore

Mon Aug 06 2018

Great route with plenty of bars along the route ... wink wink...

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rocky
snow
Fri Feb 16 2018

Hike to the highest mountain of the Czech part of the Sumava National Park (Böhmerwald). It can be done throughout the year. We did it in the winter - there was a lot of snow and it was pretty difficult but it is still possible. In the winter it is popular for snowshoeing too. The top offers views of Czech Republic and Austria, as it is located at the border. When the weather is good you can even see the Alps.

Do you like history, great cuisine, good music and good people? Then you must go :)

Impressive! We did it at Polish side at the beggining of Spring, it wasn't so big distance but also felt alone on the trail (which is fine, especially if you go there now). It is one of the most beautifull trekking I did. Congrats!

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Extremely interesting.

Beautiful city. Lots of history to discover.

We made this 80km trek in just 3 days - once we slept in tent near Jakuszyce (out of national park) and once at dormitory Slezska bouda just under Snezka peak. Forecast for Easter holidays wasn't very optimistic, so mountains was without any other tourists (except some accessible peaks) - we met about 20 people on trail. Almost half of the trail was covered by snow, but we made it without any problems. :)

Wonderful scenery!!

Great guide, very easy to follow. I liked this especially because it's written by a local, made my visit very unique.

hiking
26 days ago

on Valtice - Lednice

hiking
1 month ago

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