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- Adršpach Rocks unique set of sandstone formations with stunning rock towers up to 90 metres high. It is national nature reserve. The core of the Adršpach Rocks is called “the Town” and comprises of towers with names like Lovers, Mayor, Mayor’s Wife, Main Town Councillor, Pitcher, or Sugar Cone. The tourist trail in length of 4 kilometres is going through the most interesting parts of the Rock Town and you can visit it against a fee (see the current price list). The area is a popular destination for rock climbers.
- Teplice Rocks unique set of sandstone formations which you can admire during a walk following a tourist trail. You can choose between 5 or 9 kilometres long circuits. Some of the rock formations got their names as early as at the turn of the 18th and 19th century. Compared to the Adršpach Rock Town you can admire wild gorges and more compact rock barriers in Teplice Rocks. Do not miss the opportunity to visit a vantage point at the place of a former guardian castle Střmen – you will find the steep path up-hill about 400 metres after a rest place called The Echo (Ozvěna). The area is also one of the largest permanent breeding sites of peregrine falcon in Europe. Some areas (Temple Square area) have been therefore designated off limits to climbers and hikers in spring, to make sure birds aren't disturbed during their breeding.
- Jirásek Rocks and Bischofstein Castle (also called Skály-The Rocks) have been named after the former settlement and the ruins of the castle Skály. The origins of the castle date back to the 14th century. A historical novel written by well-known Czech writer Alois Jirásek (1851-1930) is set here. Nowadays, you will find a baroque castle with restaurant below the ruins of the former castle, next to the Little Black Lake which got its colour from peat. You can also visit observation tower at the top of the hill Čáp (The Stork), about 1,5 kilometres away from the castle.
- Broumov Walls is national nature reserve extending along long rocky ridge which constitutes a natural border between two regions - Policko and Broumovsko. A baroque chapel called Hvězda (Star) dedicated to the The Lady of the Snows is probably the most visited place of the Broumov Walls and it is also important crossing of the tourist paths. The star-shaped chapel was built in 1733 according to plans of famous baroque architect K. I. Dientzenhofer. There is an alpine-style hut close to Hvězda, build in 1855, with restaurant open all year round. Hvězda can be reached by car or on foot by tourist trails from village Hlavňov or Křinice. Another recommended destination for a start of your trip is a small car park in a village Slavný. Apart from Hvězda there is couple of exposed view points along the Broumov Walls ridge, with beautiful views of the basin around the town Broumov. During sunny days you will see the surrounding mountains, including Krkonoše (Giant Mountains) and its highest peak Sněžka.
- Javoří hory (Maple Mountains) Popular tourist destination is the highest peak of the Czech part of Javoří hory (Maple Mountains) Ruprechtický Špičák (881 m). Observation tower at the top of Ruprechtický Špičák is also functioning as a transmitter. From Janovičky you can cross the border and visit Polish part of Javoří hory – Góry Suche.
- Ostaš (700 m n. m.) The table mountain Ostaš (700 m n. m.) is the dominant of Police nad Metují region. You can take a walk through the Upper or Lower Rock Labyrinths where you will meet narrow passages, dark sandstone caves and picturesque rock formations, some of which take part in the numerous local legends.
- Góry Stolowe in Polish / PL Table Mountains (Stolové hory in Czech, Góry Stolowe in Polish) are the continuation of the sandstone rock formations of Broumov Walls. The region is interwoven with numerous tourist trails and cycling routes. Among the most visited places is the summit Velká Hejšovina, or the starting points for walking or cycling trips Machovská Lhota and Karlow. There is a dinosaur park at the base of Velká Hejšovina with 38 models of prehistoric animal species.
- ZOO Dvůr Králové nad Labem ZOO Dvůr Králové nad Labem specialises in African fauna. Apart from enjoying Safari tour you can visit picture gallery with the collection of paintings and drawings by famous Czech illustrator Zdeněk Burian whose work played a central role in the development of paleontological reconstruction and was recognised all around the world.
- Sněžka / the highest summit of Krkonoše Giant Mountains) Sněžka is with its 1,603 metres the highest mountain of the Czech Republic. The most common starting point for a trip is Pec pod Sněžkou. The area is very popular in summer with tourists who enjoy hiking in the alpine environment. The alternative is to take a cable car to the Sněžka summit. One side of the mountain is in the Czech Republic; the other belongs to Poland. First building on the mountaintop was the Chapel of Saint Lawrence, built in 17th century. On the Polish side a disc-shaped observatory and restaurant was built in 1974, a weather station and the St. Lawrence Chapel. On the Czech side are the remains of the Bohemian hut, a post office built in 2005-2006 by architect Martin Reiner, and a cable car station. From the summit you can take a tourist trail towards Luční bouda (Meadow Hut), Špindlerův Mlýn, Pec pod Sněžkou, or Horní Malá Úpa.
- Ratibořice Chateau and Babiččino údolí (Grandmother’s Valley) are closely connected with the personality and work of the most significant Czech female writer Božena Němcová. You can visit beautiful gardens and greenhouse with exotic flora in Ratibořice Chateau. Attractive cycling trails and marked hiking trails, as well as several thematic educational trails are located here. The nearby Rozkoš (Delight) Dam, also referred to as “East Bohemian Sea”, is a sought-after recreation place.
- Josefov Fortress Built during 1780–1787 Josefov Fortress is one of the best examples of European fortification architecture from the end of the 18th century. The fortress’s system of underground defences is a unique technical achievement. It is open for visitors.
- Rock climbing in the local areas (Adršpach Rocks, Teplice Rocks, Křížový vrch, Ostaš Rocks, Broumov Walls) has long-standing tradition. For the nature protection reasons climbing is permitted only in designed rock areas and certain time restrictions are also in place. Specific locations for rock climbing and further information can be found on the Czech Rock-climbing Federation website skaly.horosvaz.cz or on the website wwww.piskari.cz (website dedicated to the local sandstone climbing). For a guided climb you might contact Petr Blahna, experienced climbing guide and one of the legendary climbers in Adršpach Rocks.
- Bobsleigh Berta / Mladé Buky The Bobsleigh Berta in Mladé Buky offers over one kilometre long track with speed reaching over 40 km per hour. It starts at latitude of 620 metres and finishes at 500 metres above sea level. See opening times and price list.
- Relaxpark / Pec po Sněžkou You will find monkey bars, children’s slides, trampolines, and air castle in Relaxpark in Pec Pod Sněžkou. Take a ride in bobsleigh where you will appear over the heads of tourist walking up the summit of Sněžka.
- Site-seeing flights/ Broumov Enjoy Broumov and its region from the birds-eye perspective. During site-seeing flights offered by the Broumov airport you can choose between glider and aeroplane.
- Adršpach Rocks Walk from Adršpach Rocks through the wild Vlčí rokle (Wolf Gorge) to Teplice Rocks (or in an opposite direction).
- Teplické skály Follow the nature trail in Teplice rocks with 16 information points explaining the history of Teplice Rocks exploration and introducing local fauna and flora
- Jiráskovy skály z náměstí v Teplicích nad Metují po zelené značce směr Kraví hora přes Lokomotivu, dále údolím Tří mušketýrů na vyhlídku Čáp s rozhlednou, odkud z kopce dolů směrem k zámečku Bischofstein s restaurací Make a trip to Jirásek Rocks and Bischofstein Castle. From Teplice nad Metují take a green marked tourist trail towards Kraví hora, through the viewpoints at rock formation Lokomotive and at the observation tower Čáp (The Stork) to finish your trip by going downhill to the Bischofstein Castle.
- Merkur Museum / Police nad Metují Find out about the interesting history of the famous construction kit Merkur in the Merkur Museum in Police nad Metují.
- Museum of Paper Models / Polici nad Metují Museum of Paper Models in Police nad Metují displays more than 1200 exhibits and is thus the biggest permanent exhibition of paper models in Czech Republic. You can find here the oldest paper cutout form 16th century as well as contemporary paper models.
- Broumov-Olivětín Brewery / Olivětín Take a tour through Broumov-Olivětín Brewery or visit the permanent exhibition of history of brewery in Broumov region. Opening times.
- Jirásek Museum / Hronov In Hronov you can visit Jirásek Museum and the native house of this famous writer – traditional wooden building from the end of the 18th century.
- Broumov Museum / Klášter Broumov Museum is situated in the representative halls of Broumov Monastery. Its permanent exhibition offers selection of artisan artefacts from gothic, renaissance, and baroque period, including weapons, nativity scenes, local folk costumes, and the display of folk and citizens’ material culture from the 19th century.
- Brothers Čapek Museum / Malé Svatoňovice Brothers Čapek Museum in Malé Svatoňovice is dedicated to life and work of the two famous Czech artists and intellectuals Karel and Josef Čapek. The older Josef invented the word robot which Karel used in his play R.U.R. (Rossum's Universal Robots) and thus introduced it in modern dictionary.
- Water mill Dřevíček Water mill Dřevíček in Horní Dřevíč close Stárkov is one of the numerous monuments of the local folk architecture.
- Broumov Monastery Broumov Monastery is supreme work of baroque architecture. It exhibits copy of the Turin Shroud. Codex Gigas (Devil’s Bible) was stored here over 200 years. Information for visitors.
- The baroque churches na Broumovsku The unique group of nine baroque churches (plus chapel Hvězda) in Broumovsko region was built at the beginning of the 18th century on land belonging to the Broumov monastery according to the designs of K. and K. I. Dientzenhofer. Each year (July – September), festival of classic music takes place in the churches.
- The Monastery / Police nad Metují The Monastery in Police nad Metují was established in 1213 by the Prague members of the Order of Saint Benedict. You can visit the town museum in the biggest hall named after Austrian generalissimo Ernst Gideon von Laudon (1717–1790).
- Náchod Castle Náchod Castle is dominant of the district town Náchod. Its exhibits include interesting collections from Prince Ottavio Piccolomini's time, including tapestries. You may visit the Gothic cellars, the observation tower, and the Piccolomini’s garden. At the castle there is a bear pit, which is inhabited by two bears, Dáša and Ludvík.
- Nové Město nad Metují Castle / Nové Město nad Metují Nové Město nad Metují Castle is a part the town historical preserve. It was built together with the town itself, originally as a gothic style fort. Since 1992, the castle is the property of the Bartoň-Dobenín family once again and is open to the public for tours and events.