Milešovka hill with its altitude of 837mts above sea lvl represents the highest hill of České středohoří.
Úštěk is well known for its traditional fair and the town itself is the smallest Czech Urban Preservation Area with beautiful historical centre.
Regular ship transportation with breathtaking cruise through the Porta Bohemica valley.
At the beginning of 2015 the traffic in the Ústí nad Labem region had a change in respect of public transport. The newly introduced buses are ready to transport mainly cyclists with their bicycles.
Unforgettable experience certainly is a visit of Zubrnice. The village is located near the county town Usti nad Labem. Zubrnice attracts by particularly well preserved folk architecture. The square is dominated by the Baroque well dating from 1695. Since 1997, exhibition of the old village school is open, which is made accessible in the church Sv. Máří Magdalény. Next, worth visiting is also Zubrnice Railway Museum. In the museum, you can learn a great amount of new information on rail history and also take a ride on the hand car lever.
A great bike trip offers Milada lake. The local bike trail marked 3009 was launched in 2006 and was artificially weighed from a mine. Cyclists will have a beautiful view of the countryside and the Ore Mountains. Path is particularly suitable for families with children, but appreciated by fit cyclists as well. Traditionally cycling races are held here, designed for cyclists of all ages.
The dominant feature of Usti nad Labem is undoubtedly the castle Střekov. A castle from early 14th century is a famous lookout point and also one of the best preserved castle ruins. The castle was built by Jan Luxemburg to protect Labe's cruises, and it served as a customs house. From the 17th century castle ceased to be inhabited and remained completely deserted. In the Romantic period castle came alive again.