Děčín is situated on the threshold of the Bohemian Switzerland National Park and is adjacent to the Protected Landscape Area of České středohoří.
Pravčická gate and gorges
The trip begins with a boat trip on the Kamenice River, which is the last tributary of the Elbe on the Czech territory. From Hřensk it is about 2 km to the boat, then the trip takes 20 minutes. Then continue along the nature trail around Hřensko, which will let you rise to Mezná. Then follow the road for 2 km to Mezní Louka. Here is a refreshment. From Mezní Louka you can reach the Pravčická Gate along the red hiking trail. Back to Hřensko it is 5 km away and you can get there again following the red trail.
Restaurant on the Shepherd's Wall. A beautiful view of Děčín can be enjoyed from the Shepherd's Wall from a restaurant called "Nebíčko". Several walking routes lead up and you can go straight to the Děčín Zoo. You can take a minibus from the Děčín castle or climb Via Ferrata. We can lend you equipment and guide.
To Děčínský Sněžník and Tisá walls
The dominant of the Děčín region is certainly the highest table mountain in the Czech Republic Děčínský Sněžník - 723 meters above sea level. On top of it stands a stone lookout tower from 1864. On the way to the summit, be sure to stop at the Dresden view, which offers magnificent views of Saxon Switzerland, the Königstein and Dresden. Not far from Sneznik is the famous rock town of Tisa Wall, where The Chronicles of Narnia were filmed.