Prachovské skály
Prachovské skály
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Ivan M
Czech Republic308 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2020
This small area is for sure worth seeing ! We came there specially because we knew this is a wonderfull place.
And it is indeed !
Few practical recommendations :
There are two basic tours - a short one marked yellow and a "full" one, marked green. The green one is far better although it is demanding some phsical training.
If you enter the park through the main entrance, choose the green mark and go to the left ! Most people turn right and if you do it differently, you go against the main stream of tourists but later you meet them just for a while and thus you can enjoy the trip w/t crowds.
We started at 9 a.m. and we were there quite alone. But keep in mind that the area gets quickly overcrowded later during the day especially during the main seson. This may complicate the visit of some viewpoints which are on the top of the rocks.
Our favourite viewpoint was "Vyhlídka míru" offering great view of Trosky and Ještěd ....
Written July 19, 2020
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Mili S
Prague, Czech Republic397 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2020 • Couples
What a beauty! We took the green tour combined with yellow at the beginning and red at the end. Impressive, exhausting a little but, narrow rock corridors, rock stair case everywhere..not suitable for persons with some physical limitations. But there are some lighter tours admirable enough...and then taste the crepes at the parking area café opposire to Turistická chata". So good!
Written June 23, 2020
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aMan444
New Delhi, India36 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2015 • Couples
Must see place in CZ if you can add a day to your Prague visit. Getting there is slightly tricky - with no direct bus or train. I will recommend taking metro to Cerny Most station in Prague and then bus to Jicin (90 minutes approx) and from there a 15 minute bus ride to Holin (very important: do not get off at Holin stop but wait for the next stop after 5 minutes - it lands you right at the entrance of the park).
Written October 19, 2015
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Katherine C
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2016 • Couples
Must do day trip from Prague.

1hr 20 min bus journey from Prague cerny most bus station (end of yellow metro line) 250 koruna for 2 people one way.

Took 1 hour to walk from bus stop to Parchov entrance but can also catch bus up.

Absolute beautiful.

Go early in the day as we ran out of time and would of liked to also see Trosky castle 17 km from entrance.

Got train back from jicin, 2 hr 15 mins, 238 koruna for 2 people.

Also had lunch at park hotel skalni and had delicious goulash.
Written April 25, 2016
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Ilia11
Bohinjska Bistrica, Slovenia46 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2016 • Couples
We hiked ~10km in the park and it was really fun.
We recommend to take the green trail which takes you through the rocks themselves with great view points.

Afterwards we took the blue sorrunding trail that is more quite and goes through the forest and the village.

Great day!
Written October 8, 2016
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edgar_was_here
The Netherlands1,083 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2014 • Family
The Prachov Rocks (in Czech: Prachovské skály) are a stunning and dramatic rock formation, also known as a rock city (in Czech: Skalní město), consisting of sandstone pinnacles. It’s a beautiful hike (with a lot of climbing and descending) through narrow chasms and caves, and over the tops of the pinnacles. Great fun with kids!
Written December 16, 2014
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Filip H
Ostrov, Czech Republic417 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019
jak jsem si myslel, že jsem viděl už dost z hrubé skály tak jsem se spletl. určitě stojí za navštívění a dát si zelený naučný okruh. Nenechte se odradit vstupným. Za něco se to určitě udržovat musí. Pěkné vyhlídky a krásně značeno - spousta cest.
I se psem se dalo absolvovat.

nice location where you should definetly go.
Beatiful nature. Small fee entrance but nothing so much.
Visited with small dauther and dog. Sometimes a little bit more competitive but worthy.
Written August 30, 2019
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333lihik
Tel Aviv, Israel14 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2017
.Amazing scenery. Even the short yellow circle, provides you with several view points over the huge rocks.
Written August 27, 2017
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peterzosiak
Prague, Czech Republic37 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2016 • Friends
Very nice views, nature and forest. Good marked, good access and parling. But too much people during sunny days
Written August 9, 2016
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Ilya U
Prague, Czech Republic157 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2015 • Family
A place where time stands still, full of magnificent views, ravines, chines, lonely rock towers, pins, gullets and hundreds of other forms and shapes you can imagine. Inside the territory you will find two paths: a short and easy one for those not too happy with climbing steep hills or traveling with a child on a stroller, or a longer and harder one if you’re up for more exciting, miraculous views. Entrance fee is only 60,- czk (about 2.20 eur) for an adult and 30,- czk for kids older than 6.
Whether you chose to follow a map or rely on the signboards, be sure your trip includes the two main lookout points – the Czech Heaven Lookout (Vyhlidka Ceskeho Raje) and Vyhlidka Miru. These are the highest points with impressive views of two well-known symbols of the Czech Heaven (Cesky raj): the Madonna and Child rock, and the distant peaks of the Trosky Castle ruins.
Getting there is pretty complicated: Getting there: either take a train to Jicin from the Main Train Station (don’t forget to switch trains in Nymburk) and then use the bus from Jicin to the park territory in Holin, or use the subway to get to Cerny Most, travel to Jicin by bus and switch buses in Jicin to go to Holin.
Written September 16, 2015
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