Private transfer from Prague to Bohemian Paradise – Jičín, Turnov, Malá Skála, Semily, Sobotka etc… Our friendly driver pick up the passengers anywhere if they wish. Our journey leads from the part on the highway.
|Price (van up to 8 passengers)||Standart price: 159 €
Your price: 135 €
|Price (car up to 4 passengers)||Standart price: 149 €
Your price: 125 €
|Duration||1 – 1,5 hours|
|Pick up||anywhere in Prague (airport, hotel…)|
|Output||anywhere in Bohemian Paradise
About Bohemian Paradise
Bohemian Paradise (Czech: Český ráj) is a Protected Area. It was declared in 1955 as the first nature reserve in the Czech Republic. At first it was 95 square kilometres in area, today it is almost 182. This area is in the north of Bohemia and north-eastward from the capital city Prague. Borders of this district are not given, but there are some towns which could demarcate rough borders, for example, Turnov, Jičín and Mnichovo Hradiště.
One of the most recognizable elements of the Bohemian Paradise is the sandstone rock which many of the surrounding towns are constructed of. There are many rocks which have been shaped by wind, water, frost, erosion, and humans into unique and curious shapes.
Kozákov is the highest hill in the area. There are a tourist chalet and a lookout tower. Kozákov was originally a volcano.
This piece of land is popular thanks to a beautiful and varied countryside. There are a lot of places which should be seen. People can go for a walk and admire many natural beauties; they can drive to many castles, chateaus, ruins, museums, and other sights.
The most visited places are:
• Trosky Castle: symbol of Bohemian Paradise
• „Rock Town“ Hrubá Skála
• Dwelling in rock
• Valečov Castle