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When we planned our trip to the Czech Republic we found this place accidentally. Couldn't even gather too much information about it, so we were not sure what to expect. But, this place exceeded all our expectations.
We visited it from both from the Teplice...More
We came by car from Karpacz. Car parking was for free. Entry tickets can be paid by card (two adults and one kid is 310kr). Toilet is for free.
We entered Rocks at around 1100 - I would recommend to come earlier to avoid crowds....More
Being somewhere in the neighbourhoods and not seeing Stone City in Teplice or Adrspach is a sin.
Please note that there are two stone cities in this region. Adrspach route is shorter and more crowded and Teplice route is longer and less popular.
It's a very pleasant walk through high and interesting rock formations! It takes about 1-1,5 h to go one way. The prices are affordable. The paths are at some points very narrow and a gothic gate lets you in the "town" with real natural attractions....More
Adrspach-Teplice is a great area for hiking. Along several hikes you can see and go through amazing rock formations. I walked with my 19 year old niece the 6 km long TEPLICKÉ SKÁLY hike. It is the longer of two specially recommended hikes. This one...More
When you're feeling tired of crowds of people everywhere then the best option to escape is a 30 minutes walk to the ruins of Adrspach castle (Adrspassky hrad). It is 2km on the west from Adrspach train station by following the red path. The castle...More
Just an amazing experience. Beautiful, breathtaking views. A labyrinth of rock towers scatter the region. Every corner you take on the various routes offers a different prospective of this magical place. Yes Prague is beautiful but just over a 100km away from the bustling city...More
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We caught the bus and then a train - left at 6am and got there mid to late afternoon and walked the Teplice Rocks then. The cabins were "rustic" but fine - we stayed overnight and had a great dinner in one of the local... More
We caught the bus and then a train - left at 6am and got there mid to late afternoon and walked the Teplice Rocks then. The cabins were "rustic" but fine - we stayed overnight and had a great dinner in one of the local restaurants. I suspect the trains don't run very often so an overnighter might be necessary