Natural Places of Interest
The landscape of the Bohemian Paradise is one of the symbols of our country. Various sandstone rock towns with pine, forests, deep valleys, streams, ponds, meadows, picturesque villages and many castles and palaces are the typical setting of this imaginary paradise.
The Hradecko Region is symbolized mainly by two rivers - the Elbe and Orlice and their confluence in the regional capital. In the flat landscape around Hradec Králové the two great rivers and their floodplains are prominent landmarks.
The tourist area with picturesque river valleys, rocks, ravines and labyrinths of rocky towns is named after its location at the border with presently Polish Kłodzko.
Not only are the Krkonoše Mountains the highest mountains in the Czech Republic, they also offer the „most“ and primacy. The Krkonoše Mountains are the only Czech mountains of which the highest parts are the upper border of the forest.
The Orlické Mountains make up a well-preserved landscape unit along the Czech and Polish border. The protected landscape covering 200 km2 comprises the main ridge of the Orlické Mountains, side slopes and valleys and part of the picturesque foothills.