Forget nooks and crannies
Úštěk is a romantic, historical and spiritual studio of Kolja or Rebel's films
The town of Úštěk is first mentioned in 1371, it lies in the middle of the romantic landscape of northern Bohemia between Litoměřice and Česká Lípa, on the border of two protected landscape areas - Kokořínsko and Český středohoří. The environment of the city's monument reserve is a magnificent backdrop to the annual markets - fairs, which take place in the historical spirit and are a great attraction for many visitors.
The exceptional atmosphere of the city also regularly attracts film crews. The burgher houses on the square attract with their steep gables and picturesque arcades. The historical monuments include the Church of St. Peter and Paul, the Picart Tower, the Baroque rectory and the Jewish synagogue. The surroundings of the city with many sights and beautiful, almost untouched nature also attract to sports and relaxation. The landscape around Úštěk is hilly, with numerous forests with a number of cycle paths and ponds.
Where to go from us?
Sights on foot
Hike to the Saddle, Kostelíčky Ostré, Helfenburk Castle, Úštěk, Zubrnice Open-Air Museum, Levín from the film Gentlemen Boys
Sights by train or car
Ploskovice chateau, the medieval town of Litoměřice, Česká Lípa, the Milešovka mountain, a memorial or golf in Terezín
- Cycle trip around the Sedlo mountain, to Mácha’s lake, to Roudnice by the Elbe cycle path to Ústí nad Labem and back through Krásné Březno
- Fishing and pond Barvíř on a permit purchased at the office in Úštěk
- Horseback riding on a farm in Třebušín
- Mushroom picking in the woods all around