Also known as Bohemian Paradise, Cesky Raj is a Protected Landscape Area in the Czech Republic. It was the first nature reserve in the country in 1955. This area is in the north of Bohemia and north-eastward from Prague.
Bohemian Switzerland is in the north west of the Czech Republic on the Czech side of the Elbe Sandstone Mountains north of Děčín, and there are amazing trails and views on both sides of the Elbe River
Karlstejn Castle is one of the countries many stunning castles, and is a short distance from Prague. Lots of amazing trails and scenery can be found in this area.
Divoká Šárka is a nature reserve on the outskirts of Prague, and is a favourite with locals wanting to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Stunning trails and awesome scenery make this a great place to explore
Prokopské údolí and Prokop Valley is in South Western Prague, and is just as beautful as the other places listed here, but not generally as popular with the locals as Divoká Šárka, which means we can have more peaceful trails here