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CZ, Bohemian Paradise: Beautiful Places North of Turnov
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In our video today, we take a glimpse of the north of hte Bohemian paradise. First we go to Zlata Trail. It links the most important parts of the region and is over 120 kilometers long. It takes you to trully wonderful place. Today we go across Dolanky, the ruins of Frydstejn castle, see the observation point on Mala Skala and reach as far as Sychrov chateau. Join us in the walk across paradise.
Even if the castle did not stand on Mount Trosky, it would in itself be a great attraction for tourists. It is a 488 meter high volcano with two cones created by erupting lava. Today, these cones are called Virgo and Baba. The former is younger but taller (even with a tower 518 meters above sea level).
The sandstone rock formation of the Prachov Rocks is the heart of the Bohemian Paradise. And as if every Czech should climb Sněžka, Říp and Hradčany once in his life, he should also walk through this captivating region. It belongs to the nicest we have in our country.
You can go on this trip every season, even snow posses no limit. From the D10 motorway we head to Bakov nad Jizerou and continue to the end of the village of Mala Bela. Immediately behind the village is the settlement Velky Reckov, here we park and we take a short walk through a national natural monument named Klokocka. The area has been protected since 1956 due to the presence of rare and endangered species of plants and animals.
If you are thinking about making a romantic walk through wild nature and Semily is not too far for you, then Rieger's trail is the right choice. It runs along the Jizera River along the red marked trail. The walkway overlooks the river, the magnificent view over the Jizera and the hydroelectric power station, you go through the tunnel and you can drink from the well with splendid refreshing water.
Welcome to our latest addition of our tour across the Bohemian Paradise. This time we go southeast off Turnov. We are about to see beautiful rock towns surrounded by the Bohemian Paradise. We will fallow a red tourist trail dubbed the Golden Trail of the Bohemian Paradise.
Bohamian Paradise is very popular. People like to return here. This area is situated about 80 kilometers northeast of Prague and is protected nature area (CHKO) established in 1955. It is the very first protected nature area in the former Czechoslovakia. CHKO Bohemian Paradise was founded because of unique rocky towns so they would be preserved for the future generations. Apart from rocky towns, there is peace and quiet, amazing lakes, and many historic landmarks waiting for your visit.
Hrubá Skála and its vicinity have everything one has sought in locality called Bohemian Paradise from time immemorial. It is a piece of beautiful land, forests, rocks and sights, which looks like they were taken from some fairy tales. A castle on Hrubá Skála is not the only attraction of land of sandstone rocks, a land located between the Region of Liberec, Královehradecký and Středočeský. Turnov is a central city of this area.
A tip for a pleasant afternoon walk can be a visit to the interesting Bukovina Arboretum. It is located near the village of Sedmihorky on the Hruboskalská rock plateau. The Golden Trail of the Bohemian Paradise leads through the rock town, along which it is also possible to go and visit more interesting places in the area.
The third and the last part of our journey in the Hruboskalský region will end at Valdštejn Castle, as the title suggests. It will not be the only stop since there are many other places worth visiting.