Admire Czech frontier mountains from Prague

Visitors to Prague can enjoy the attractions of the capital city and simultaneously marvel at the beauty of nature dozens of kilometres away. The only thing to be done is to climb a rocky spur of hill Ladvi.

To be more precise, take the tube and travel to Ladvi station, then change to a bus (103, 345 or 368). It is also possible to take a walk to the Ladvi hill.

A combination of being 325 metres above see level and clear weather enables you to see as far as the distant Krkonose, Krusne (Ore) and Jizera mountains. The view can be improved by using a small telescope from the nearby observatory. This implies that this place also has a lot to offer to the fans of astronomy.

The directions in which to direct one’s gaze are numerous. Do not forget to include the highest mountain of the Czech Republic Snezka, which is more than hundred kilometres away. Jested with its famous architectonic television transmitter and the legendary Rip mountain as well as castles such as Bezdes can also be seen.

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