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Corinne W
Amsterdam, The Netherlands122 contributions
Friends
We visited the Hrensko gorge/Bridge the day before which was beautiful but by far Tisa Rocks was our favorite. There are 2 entrances and we did both. The lower entrance by the church was an easy uphill walk to the ticket office (cash only, ask for a map..all rocks are numbered) before entering at the ground level of the huge rocks. You can meander around...easy walking and lovely scenery. You can walk to the upper entrance if you want and also continue onto the next path past the small rocks (we didn't do this path). To walk between the 2 main entrance takes about 45 min roundtrip. If you start at the upper entrance you stay on the top of the high rocks so just know there is a steep decent upon entry ( so not ideal for people with mobility issues.. use the other entrance). But once you are down it is an easy walk. Entrance is through the restaurant. The hotel restaurant also has a kiosk with tasty sausages/hotdogs on the grill, beers and ice creams. Parking for the upper entrance is on one of the few parking lots or on the side of the road. The entire family loved it..
Written July 10, 2020
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Becstar20
Auckland, New Zealand22 contributions
Couples
We used public transport to access the Tisa Walls which was not super easy so I thought I'd mention our route to help others. Not much English is spoken in Decin. German is more useful.

This trip is worth doing, a great antidote to the tourist frenzy of Prague. The rocks and forest ate stunning, the walk is easy and peaceful.

We caught two local buses to get there from Decin. The first is a bus to Libouchec which costs 27 Kc (Czech crowns). You get off the bus in Libouchec in a large bus yard. You need to get immediately onto a bus to Tisa which is 'waiting' for your bus (there's a 2 minute window). The destination is Petrovice. Tell the driver you are going to Tisa & they'll show you the bus you need to get to, it will be one of two buses there.

The second bus, the Libouchec to Tisa bus leaves leaves once an hour at one minute past the hour (so 11.01, 12.01 etc). It costs 15 Kc's.

Either get the driver to tell you where to get off to see the Walls (the bus does not terminate at Tisa) or (like we did wait til you see some signs, a wide intersection and a church. The stairs up to the Tisa Walls are beside the church.

You pay an entrance fee to a person in a small hut at the top of the hill, after the stairs and a short path.

We spent 2 and a half hours there, walked all the trails (quite fast) including a coffee at the cafe 40mins or so into the walk.

Your return bus drives through Tisa (to get you back to Libouchec) at 48 minutes past the hour every hour until 8.48pm. There's a small wooden bus shelter on the corner.

You get back to Libouchec at 56 minutes past the hour (e.g. 1.56pm). The Libouchec to Decin leaves at one minute past the hour eg 2.05 so you have a 9 minute gap between, heaps of time to walk to the other side of the bus yard.

We caught the buses in Decin, it seemed to stop at most stops in the town on both sides of the river. Buses seemed to run on all these lines til 8pm.
Written June 13, 2017
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Dave A
Prague, Czech Republic77 contributions
I visited Tasi from Prague very easy and park on the road.

easy to follow routes loads of steps and safety rails on the steps.

with children as said can be a nightmare if they run off! nothing on the edges.
Written January 2, 2020
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TheAlkalineYogi
Usti nad Labem, Czech Republic208 contributions
Couples
We used to come here weekly when we lived in the next village, now we come a couple of times a month to relax and get some freshair and enjoy the views. Still one of our favourite hikes and not to far from the city Usti nad Labem.
Written August 20, 2019
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Jiri K
Brno, Czech Republic112 contributions
It is a secret treasure because you can see there a very nice sandstone rocks for reasonable price and there are less tourists than in the other parts of Ceczh-Saxon Switzerland.
Written September 25, 2019
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Jose C
76 contributions
Friends
Beautiful place perfect for hiking, the forest is amazing and the landscape view from the top is really wonderful.. you can walk for a long time if you wish and all the way will be perfect.
Written August 11, 2017
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Julie P
brisbane Australia214 contributions
Couples
The previous reviews pretty much sum up how amazing this place it. We just couldn't stop taking photographs of both the outstanding rock formations and the spectacular views.
For those travelling the region in an RV (Campervan or Wohnmobil) there is the best 'Stellplatz" in the whole of the Czech Republic just 6Km away at Sneznitz. This is a particularly german concept especially designed for self sufficient campers and they range from really basic to really fabulous like this one. For the great price of around 9Euros you can park in the fully gated modern facility including electricity. We were the only ones there (end September) and parked right by the undercover picnic area with great picnic tables and chairs. We had a slight problem with high tech equipment and managed to lock ourselves in but the owners (lovely young couple) came and sorted it out for us. They even gave us a lovely bottle of wine for the inconvenience. These sort of facilities are much needed across Czeck where most of the campsites we stayed at were less than satisfactory, so if you are in the area, please check this camperstop (Stellplatz) out...you wont be disappointed.
Written February 17, 2017
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Marie B
Prague, Czech Republic488 contributions
Couples
The rocks are great and there are hundreds of them. Narnia was shot there. There are many marked paths. Outside the summer season the region is not crowded.
Written January 24, 2017
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Tomas T
Prague, Czech Republic48 contributions
Family
The Czech Republic has no shortage of areas with sandstone rock formations. The Tiske steny (literally Tisa Walls) are among the lesser known. One acess point is from the Tisa village, with a parking spot next to the St Anna church. From that access point, you can choose two routes, a shorter one to the left and a longer to the right. The longer includes the Turisticka chata restaurant where you can stop for a refreshment. If your kids are at least a bit physically active, they will love it, as well as the marvelling and interpreting of the different rock shapes. Be careful playing hide-and-seek with them, unless you wish to forget about them for quite some time.
There is a nominal access fee equivalent to about 1 euro, serving to maintain the site. The rock formations are open to climbers as well, with some restrictions. In fact, there is a well-stocked shop with sports and climbing equipment in Tisa,close to the entrance into the rock town.
Written November 14, 2016
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Fams8800
Roeselare, Belgium231 contributions
Family
located in a small village. You can park your car at the church, then take the path and the steps up to the site. You pay a small entrance fee. You can make a small or a langer walk through the rock formations. Many hidden spots, holes in the wall. A paradise for kids to play hide and seek and to look for another strange rock. On the way back, the walking trail guides you to the bordes of the rocks, where you can enjoy nice views over the village and its surrounding forests. A must to if you are in the neighbourhood.
Written August 7, 2016
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