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There are lots of places around Decin to go for a swim.
Don your captain’s hat and head out in a trim little boat with your very own crew.
Decin’s swimming pool is a modern recreational complex fed by a natural hot spring. It has both indoor and outdoor areas.
Tips for riding the Elbe Sandstones, the Lusatian Mountains and Bohemian-Saxon Switzerland, and Königstein fortress with the kids
Safe bike storage in Decin
This route explores the wilderness of Bohemian Switzerland National Park, including the Kyjov valley and the Weifberg and Na Tokani panoramic points.
This route winds among huge sandstone bluffs, along quiet river valleys and past forest ponds.
Take a memorable ride along the banks of the Elbe. Or grab your roller blades or scooter. You can even take a riverboat for part of the way or tackle the river in a canoe or a raft.
Decin now has three self-service stands for cyclists!
This route follows the Krinice River valley among picturesque cliff formations and offers fascinating views of the Elbe sandstones from the cliff tops at Falkenstein and Kleine Bastei.
The Elbe cycle route runs right through Decin. And this is where you’ll find the best scenery. Ride the last Bohemian segment and enjoy the Elbe River Canyon.
Are you looking for a little adventure? Get outdoors and put your brain and your body to work.
Here’s a tip for a cross-border run from local runner Michal Burda of Hudysport.
Nordic walking originated in Finland and has been growing in popularity. This dynamic style of walking with walking sticks engages up to 90% of your body’s muscles.
In a pretty, wooded setting atop the sandstone mass of Quaderberg there are four well-marked running trails to choose from.
One of the country’s best bouldering areas, with fabulous views.
Where can you recharge after a climb up Decin’s via ferrata, a hike on Shepherd’s Bluff, or a Nordic Walking tour? Check out the new bistro that's just opened in the little castle atop the bluff where the via ferrata ends.
The Elbe canyon is one of the most beautiful climbing regions in the country and is popular with climbers. The area is located in the Elbe Sandstones Protected Landscape Area.
Tisa itself offers a large number of level-five climbing routes. For less experienced climbers and non-climbers, nearby Anglicky Parcik is ideal.
The via ferrata scales the cliff face in the very heart of town, just across the river from Decin Castle. Opened in April 2014, it now offers 14 climbing routes of various levels of difficulty.