The Bohemian Paradise

All three holiday wellness houses you will find in this beautiful countryside

The  Bohemian /Czech/ Paradise – is the oldest nature reserve in the Czech Republic, it is one of the most popular and visited areas, situated between the towns of Mnichovo Hradiště, Turnov and Jičín, about 60-80 km north from Prague. In this romantic landscape, which is exceptionally rich, there is variety of  scenic beauties combined with picturesque historical sights, with castles chateaux, folk architecture. The Czech Paradise belongs to the UNESCO-Geoparks :  /a short preview of this countryside by a drone see here:  /

You will find here a number of ´rock towns´with fantastic scenery formed by a whole array of strange features: rock towers, pinnacles, columns, battlements, blocky masses and many more sandstone formations, formed from the remains of mighty sediments of a Cretaceous sea; among which there is a labyrinth of deep, narrow alleyways forming an extensive network of well marked hiking routes, also for bike riders. Apart from that, there is a good possibility for bathing and swimming. This area offers also opportunity for fishing at many ponds. Deep forests lure for long walks. If you are observant enough and lucky, you may find in numerous deposits even now semi-precious stones, such as agate, amethyst, jasper, and many more.

The central position of the Czech Paradise enables you to make trips, e.g. to the Krkonose Mountains, the Jizera Mountains, to Liberec , to Prague, etc.  Also in winter this place is within reach of ski lifts.

Sportspeople can use possibilities of cycling, climbing, hiking, etc.

You can visit breweries where tasteful Czech beer is made and waits for you to be tasted.

There are also many museums, especially the Škoda Car  Museum in Mladá Boleslav, the third oldest car factory in the world. Excursions to the factory are possible if announced in time . A new flight museum and an aquapark were also open in the recent time