Adrspach-Teplice Rock Town in Czech Republic

Many people visit Czech Republic and they go straight to Prague which is undoubtedly most famous and beautiful part of Czech Republic…but, not that much travelers ever leave the amazing capital and venture to the other side of this land, near the Polish border, place called “Adrspach-Teplice Rock Town”. It might look similar to you, resemblance to Lord of The Rings Entrance to the town of the dead. However It’s not a “town” meaning a settlement built by people rather a town that is naturally made by nature forming huge rocks that on end look like pillars, labyrinths, walls and town in general. One fact you didn’t know is that every rock here has it’s own name, from names like “the lovers” to “the Johann Wolfgang”.

How to get to Adrspach-Teplice Rocks

Czech Republic is not that big so if you’re in Prague it’s not really far away from you. It takes about 2 hours to drive to the area as the distance is 172km. If you’re not that keen to driving you can also take a comfortable trainf from PRague all the way to Trutnov and from there you get on another train to Teplice and Metuji. You can also wisit it from Poland, if you’re visiting the city of Wroclaw and the distance from there is only around 100kn so it’s even closer than from Prague.
Entrance fees: 100 CZK (3.30 EUR, 4.40 USD), up to date information here.

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