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.
In České středohoří the length of the route is 53 km. The surface of the trail is asphalt and includes field or forest paths time to time. The route is not difficult and is suitable for children, runs through town of Louny - Počedělice - Koštice - Křesín - Levousy - Poplze - Libochovice - Kostelec nad Ohri - Budyně nad Ohri - Doksany - Brozany nad Ohri - Bohušovice nad Ohri - Terezín - Litoměřice p>
In Libochovice the Libochovice chateu is worth visiting. You can then continue towards the city Budyně nad Ohri. The city has a historic moated castle from the 13th century, where alchemists worked. From Budyně then on road no. 118 to Doksany.
In Doksany you can visit a monastery and castle. The monastery is divided into four courtyards and dominated by the parish church of the Narození Panny Marie. After a Baroque gate we can found a plague column, the sculpture of the Virgin Mary and the crypt. Behind Doksany begins again cycle path separated from the road, that leads throught village Brozany nad Ohri, where you can stop and visit Brozanská fortress. The fortress was destroyed several times and repaired fully in present. We can find the coats of arms of the owners of the fortress painted on the walls. Behind the village we have on the road to Bohusovice nad Ohri for now.
Bohušovice are known mainly because interesting archaeological finds were made here, such as pottery from the Late Stone Age and skeleton graves from the Roman period. After Bohušovice we already arrive to Terezín. The city was founded in the late 18th century as a military fortress. It offers very interesting places worth visiting. Above all, it is a memorial and fortress. From Terezín you can go to Litoměřice over the golf course. Litoměřice is a royal town and you can find here a baroque church of St. Stephen from 1664, or municipal theater of Karel Hynek Macha, which is among the first stone theaterers in Czech. Behind Tyršův bridge the cycle route Ohře joins the Labe trail and ends here in the same time. P>