Hiking: Discover the charm of ordinary walks to places you can only reach on foot!
You don’t know any places like that? Of course you do, and there are lots and lots of them in the Czech Republic. One of the nicest places to take a walk in Prague is Petřín, whose imaginary crown is the famous lookout tower, nicknamed the little Eiffel Tower. The fairytale Průhonice Park, which is one of the largest naturally landscaped parks in Europe, is only a few kilometres from Prague city limits. The mountain path along the River Vydra is a beautiful place for all fans of the enchanting countryside of Šumava. There is no other way to get to the Punkva Caves and the bottom of the Macocha Abyss than on foot and the same is true if you want to wander among the massive sandstone towers of the rock cities in Adršpach or the Prachov Rocks in Bohemian Paradise!