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Bohemian Switzerland National Park

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Bohemian Switzerland National Park

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Cesky Krumlov: Full day tour from Prague and back.
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Cesky Krumlov: Full day tour from Prague and back.

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Ditch the tourist traps and get an insider’s introduction to scenic Cesky Krumlov on this full-day guided tour from Prague. Day tours are fully customizable and can include a river rafting trip or hard-to-get lunch reservations at Krumlov Mill, a 14th-century former liege mill. Travel comfortably in your own climate-controlled private vehicle, with stops at both Prague and Cesky Krumlov castles.
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Corinne W wrote a review Jul 2020
Amsterdam, The Netherlands96 contributions69 helpful votes
We stayed in Decin and drove about 25 min to get here. The main walking circuit takes about 6.5 hours round trip,  with options to cut it down if you take a bus along the less interesting parts. All the hiking here is pretty easy ( I imagine there are also harder trails as well). The area was filled with families with small kids and dogs to people kitted out in full hiking gear and walking sticks.  All walking is on marked paths. There is a local area map given to you by the parking guys, bus driver  etc shows all trails  walking times  bus stops  etc. We chose to park at the end  of the circuit at Mezni Louka, highly recommended. This was a great choice as we arrived around 9.45 (opening is at 9) and we were one of the first cars in the parking lot. The hike starts just off the parking lot. Easy hike and times on the map are pretty accurate. Basically it is hike (20-30min),  short boat ride (25 people per boat. They said the boats come every 25 minutes but we found it quicker. Pay in crowns or euros (no card) for each boat ride.  After the boat, there is another walk to a restaurant with lots of picnic tables and a kiosk with food (fries, grill your own sausage  etc),  beers,  ice cream  etc. Nice place to stop and relax.  The only WCs on the trail are here as well.  The second boat is a short walk from the restaurant.  After the last boat (20 min)it was another short walk to the main road/restaurants. We took the tourist bus the 1.5km to the start of the walk for the Rock Bridge. For the Rock Bridge, it is a fairly easy walk uphill (many people with sandals or bare feet) but if you have any issues walking on smooth rocks up or downhill, consider if this is for you. It is mostly shaded. At the top there is a restaurant as well. We then took a bus again back to the car. You can walk another 6.5km on the trail but we decided to not do this. Instead we took the bus (cash only, pay before getting on). There was a red 'train' bus, red tourist bus and city bus. Not all pick up times are posted but after 15 min we were picked up. No distancing but the ride was less than 10 min. There are many restaurants and bars in town but all tourist places. It was a great day out but honestly we feel in love with nearby Tisa Rocks so happy we did Hrensko on our first day and Tisa on day 2. We were here in July on the weekend.  Most tourists in the morning were local and by the afternoon mostly Germans. Most everything in Czech and German  but little English (although most younger adults seem to speak great English. ). As we were here during Covid-19 time, I wanted to say a few things about this. There was little if any social distancing, no masks, little hand sanitizer  etc.  Boats operate as normal with 25 people sitting together but you are outside. 
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Rae Ann C wrote a review Feb 2020
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Marek is an excellent guide! We enjoyed how he kept the tour going at a good pace while also allowing plenty of time to take in the scenery. He took pictures for everyone in the group and shared points of interest and history as we passed relevant sites. At the restaurant (which was delicious!), he made great reccommendations regarding which traditional Czech dishes to try. At every turn, he kept us informed of what we were doing and where we were going so that we always knew what to expect. The Bohemian Switzerland Park and Bastei bridge were phenomenal sites to see! Pictures don't begin to do it justice, but suffice it to say this tour should be on your bucket list for sure!
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Date of experience: February 2020
Amalia H wrote a review Dec 2019
Olathe238 contributions59 helpful votes
Beautiful atmosphere, well worth a guided trip. Walking portion not too challenging for younger children.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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David M wrote a review Dec 2019
64 contributions29 helpful votes
First time i heard about this national park. Pity, as would have allocated more time. Went on a tour, and a nice trek of about 5k In total. Simply breath taking. We then went to bastei and even more beautiful.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Natalie D wrote a review Nov 2019
London, United Kingdom31 contributions19 helpful votes
Amazing trip courtesy of Malek our tour guide. He was so informative and welcoming giving us information from the moment he picked us up. The hike itself is doable for most levels of fitness, I would say. I’m moderately fit (exercise a couple of times a week) and I didn’t struggle at all. Also, Malek tailors it to the overall fitness of the group anyway and we stopped a lot to take photos and have a breather (oh and tea or mulled wine - thanks Malek). The views throughout the hike are breathtaking and some of the best I’ve ever seen, having been on quite a few similar trips. From the animal-shaped rocks to the remains of a castle high up on sandstone, there’s so much to take in and all just beautiful. Lunch was provided and was probably the best meal I’d had on the whole trip. Malek took us to a lovely little, cosy restaurant away from the tourist traps, where we could choose from a main and drinks - wine and coffee too. For those wanting more of an idea of the structure of the day, I was picked up from my hotel at 8am. Then we travelled for just over an hour for a bathroom break, then a further 20 mins to the first hike. We spent about 2 hours on the hike (stopping and starting) before going on another bathroom break, then travelled about 30 mins to the restaurant for lunch. Then off to the next part (castle rock) where we spent about an hour or so there, then about 1 2/2 hours back to Prague. Amazing trip not to be missed! Thanks Malek
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Date of experience: November 2019