Czech-Saxon Switzerland is a very beautiful mountain-type scenic spot in the local area. The development is very sound. The handrails and stone steps are all very good. The climbing is safe and the feeling of hiking is really great! It is worthwhile to climb the top of the mountain and overlook the scenery.
Located in the upper reaches of the Elbe River on the border between Germany and Czech Republic, both Germany and Czech Republic have established national parks here. The one in Germany is called Saxon Switzerland, and the one in the Czech Republic is called Bohemian Switzerland. ) Today we went to the magical Bohemian Switzerland, and climbed to the highest point, the beauty of the entire park slowly unfolded in front of you, and a huge stone gate stood above your head. This is the largest natural stone arch in Europe-Prakiska Gate (the famous Danish fairy tale writer Andersen created the fairy tale "The Snow Queen" here, and the location of the Hollywood fantasy blockbuster "The Chronicles of Narnia" was also shot here There is a beautiful palace called the Eagle’s Nest (Sokolí hnizdo) just below the Pravčíska Gate. This building perched on a cliff has a long history. In 1881, the owner of the land was the prince of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Edmund Clary-Aldringen built this palace for visitors to rest.