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Czech Central Mountains


North-west Bohemia

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Ústecký region is situated in north-west Bohemia and its capital city is Ústí nad Labem. The region includes Děčín, Chomutov, Litoměřice, Louny, Most, Teplice and Ústí nad Labem. Louny and Žatec with their surroundings are famous for their production of hops, Litoměřice and its surroundings is famous for its fruits and wine. National Park Bohemian Switzerland is famous for its tourism. The cultural and historical centre is Litoměřice; the educational centre is Ústí nad Labem. Litoměřice is situated in Ralská hilly area and in Czech Central Mountains, in the confluence of Elbe and Ohře. In Czech Central Mountains we can find the largest marks of volcanic activity in our lands with typical conical hills, which are the results of tertiary volcanic activity. The largest river is Elbe, which created deep canyon-like valley. Elbe divides the whole territory of Czech Central Mountains into two parts – eastern and western. Out of this territory, rivers Ohře, Bílina and Ploučnice run together with Elbe. The highest peak is Milešovka (837 m above sea level), which is the most windy mountain in our country. The area of Czech Central Mountains was declared as protected landscape in 1976 and its area is 1063 km2. There are several other minor protected areas – for example National Nature Reserve Bořeň, Milešovka, Lovoš and National Natural Monument Boreč, Vrkoč and others.

Czech Central Mountains are totally unique from the scientific and cultural point of view. It is a perfect place for active as well as passive way of relaxing. Each visitor will find here his/her favourite activities – various kinds of sports, hiking, cultural events or just simple relaxation. A specific settlement structure is typical for Czech Central Mountains. We can find here small villages, settlements and minor country manors. There are a lot of monuments of folk architecture, half-timbered, timbered and brick houses are all mixed up here. Several pre-Slavic and Slavic settlements, number of medieval castles on the top of the hills, strongholds, castles and many other noble manor houses are the evidence of rich history.

Towns in the region: Benešov nad Ploučnicí, Bílina, Česká Kamenice, Děčín, Jílové, Kamenický Šenov, Litoměřice, Most, Teplice, Trmice, Ústí nad Labem, Úštěk, Třebenice, Verneřice a Žandov

Tips for trips:

Říp – a memorable mountain where forefather Čech climbed (according to a legend); there is a rotunda of St. George from the 11th century with a memorial to the Czech State on the top;  every-year pilgrimage of St. George.

Raná – nature Reserve focused on the grass growth, centre of sport flying (hang-glides and sailplanes)

Natural Park Džbán – forest with a unique part of nature

Hradiště – peak 380 m above sea level – Celtic oppidum from the 1st century

Lovoš – basalt cone, a cottage with a view

Milešovka – the highest mountain in Czech Central Mountains, the windiest mountain in the Czech Republic

Accommodation – we offer accommodation in modern hotels, guest houses and apartments.

Have a pleasant stay!!!

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