It is the first walkway of its kind in the Czech Republic. There are both didactic and rope climbing elements, 40m high observation tower, one of the longest dry slides in our country (ca. 52m long) and many other attractions for both kids and adults.

The town of Rožmberk, founded in the middle of the 13th century, is associated with the noble family of Rožmberk. Here you can visit the eponymous castle, St. Nicholas's Church, splendid historic square, old and new Jewish graveyards or nearby Studenec and Passage of the Cross leading to the St. Anne's Chapel. At the state-owned Rožmberk Castle,...

Thanks to its rich history and beautiful landscape around, this place is very attractive for tourists. Here you can visit a monastery of the Cistercians, Postal Museum, St. Bartholomew's Church or place of worship Maria Rast am Stein. Both water sportsmen and cyclists can find here what they look for. The waterway Vyšší Brod - Boršov nad Vltavou is...

The natural reserve Čertova stěna (Devil's Wall) is a wild rock scarp scattered with chaotically piled up granite boulders. A more than 30m high block of rock called Čertova kazatelna (Devil's Pulpit) offers a magnificent view of the Vltava River bed. You can easily get there from the car park at the road between Vyšší Brod and Loučovice. A marked...

Český Krumlov is the second most visited place in the Czech Republic and it is deservedly UNESCO Heritage listed. It offers picturesque skylines and countless Gothic and Renaissance buildings. It also features a unique open-air theatre with revolving auditorium. If you come to the city, do not forget to put on your itinerary also a tour of the...

The highest located castle in the Czech Republic (1,053 MASL) with the biggest preserved habitable tower ("keep") offers a view of the Šumava mountain range, Lipno Reservoir, Novohradské hory mountain range and if the visibility is good, the Austrian Alps as well. There is a refreshment bar at the castle and many cultural events with entertainment...