Clarion Congress Hotel Usti nad Labem
Spitalske namesti 3517
Usti nad Labem, 40001
Phone: (420) 270 004200
Fax: (420) 270 004255
Zámecký Park is located at Zámecká, in the city of Trmice. This beautiful park is a quiet getaway during the evenings, when all you want to do is enjoy nature. The park also functions as an events venue as many concerts and cultural programs take place here. It is indeed a refreshing sight to walk along an array of trees, taking in the fresh air.
The Chabařovice Lake or Jezero Milada as it is popularly known, is a mining quarry turned into a beautiful lake and recreational area by the Czech government. Spread over an area of 250 hectares (617.7 acres), the lake consists of the former villages of Tuchomyšl, Vyklice and Hrbovice and is today owned and maintained by the commune association of Chabařovice, Řehlovice, Trmice, Modlany and Ústí nad Labem. Open to the public, it is a popular spot for cycling, nature walking and summer picnics.
Located on the outskirts of the outskirts of the Czech village Stadice, stands the national cultural monument dedicated to the Přemysl, the Ploughman who is known as the ancestor of the Přemyslid dynasty and founder of the city Prague along with wife Queen Libuše. According to a legend, the youngest daughter of the king and the future queen - Libuše needed a husband and so decided to let loose a horse in an open field for fate and her councilors, to decide her future husband. The horse led to Přemysl who became the prince of the Czechs and ruled over a large part of Bohemia. Today, a stone monument designed by architect F. Staumann stands on the spot with an iron plough placed on top of it. Two iron relief plaques can be seen on either sides of the monument, depicting scenes from the legend.
Located close to the border between Czech Republic and Germany in the Elbe Sandstone Mountain Range, Děčínský Sněžník is its highest peak at 722.8 meters (2,371 feet) and a popular tourist attraction for its stunning views of the surrounding regions. A Neo-Gothic observation tower constructed in 1864 can be found on the summit and offers panoramic views of the Saxon and Bohemian Switzerland, Dresden and the Giant Mountains on a clear day.
Located on outskirts of Děčín, the Stoličná hora is a small table hill with an elevation of 289.3 meters (949 feet). Historically, it is famous for being the location of the Austrian emperor and empress's silver wedding in 1879 and a small sandstone column was erected on the southern slope of the hill in the honor of the event. Known as the Emperor's View, it provides some of the best views in Bohemian Switzerland.
Located in the Ore mountain range of Czech Republic, the Bouřňák mountain is a popular ski and hiking destination, offering visitors some of the best panoramic views in the region. Ski runs and trails can be found here, along with lifts, cable cars and a snowboard fun park. Even at a height of 869 meters (2,851 feet), one can see over 200 towns and villages, ranging from Ústí nad Labem to the Most district and even the Doupov mountains on a clear day.
Ev. Luth. Bergkirche Berggießhübel is a beautiful church that has managed to be quite a secret. Not many tourists know about the church so make it a must visit when you travel here.
Spread over an area of 79 square kilometers (30.5 square miles), the picturesque fairy tale like beauty of Bohemian Switzerland is sure to take your breath away. Covering the mountain ranges of Elbe Sandstone, Lusatian and Ore mountains, this protected area is a national park as well with landscape features such as pine forests, deep valleys, peculiarly formed rock gorges, winding rivers and naturally formed sandstone labyrinths, bridges and towers. This diverse natural habitat is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, making it a perfect destination for a wildlife tour. A place unlike any other, Bohemian Switzerland is definitely a must visit!
Dating back to 1906, the Botanischer Garten Schellerhau is a lovely place with a variety of plants to see. The garden houses around 1000 species of plants and is known to protect the local species that are endangered. The garden is accessible to public and there are tours provided to the visitors. For more information, please visit the website.
This 15th century manor was renovated in the Renaissance and then later for a more Romantic style. Most of the building is preserved, including the moat and a painting on the inside wall depicting the "Budyně Dragon" (only the moat-habitating crocodile brought by Jan Zajíc of Hazmburk in 1518.) The manor is not easily accessible by train or tram, so it's best to drive.
The Saxon Switzerland Climbing Region is a beautiful place in Germany. It is highly popular amongst the nature lovers as well as adventure enthusiasts. The area is marked with many trails and paths for walking enthusiasts. There are certain guidelines that have to be followed while climbing in the Saxon Switzerland climbing region.
A popular climbing rock in Saxon Switzerland, the Teufelsturm is a magnificent rock that stands 40 meters tall. It translates to English as 'Devil's Tower', a name that it perhaps got due to the difficulty people faced while climbing it.The rock is surrounded by picturesque beauty and is a very popular place for climbing.