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We've been here many times and this place always has something to offer. That being the panoramatic views and the wonderous sand-stone rock formations.
Tip: there are seldom any barriers at the rock edges so beware if you have kids running all over. Although the...More
We used public transport to access the Tisa Walls which was not super easy so I thought I'd mention our route to help others. Not much English is spoken in Decin. German is more useful.
This trip is worth doing, a great antidote to the...More
If you want to have one day out of Prague in very nice rocky country side then this is the place. You should find easily place to park close to entrance to the park. There are 2 tracks (2h, 1h) where you enjoy rocky mountains...More
The previous reviews pretty much sum up how amazing this place it. We just couldn't stop taking photographs of both the outstanding rock formations and the spectacular views.
For those travelling the region in an RV (Campervan or Wohnmobil) there is the best 'Stellplatz" in...More
The Czech Republic has no shortage of areas with sandstone rock formations. The Tiske steny (literally Tisa Walls) are among the lesser known. One acess point is from the Tisa village, with a parking spot next to the St Anna church. From that access point,...More
located in a small village. You can park your car at the church, then take the path and the steps up to the site. You pay a small entrance fee. You can make a small or a langer walk through the rock formations. Many hidden...More
Tyssa Walls is group of rocks in Bohemian Switzerland. There are two points from which you may rich this rocks. The first one is village Tisa (you may have a parking near church of St. Anna, it is only one church in that village, you...More