Bohemian and Saxon Switzerland
I have written about Bohemian-Saxon Switzerland several times here or here. And writing about the same would be pointless.
Bohemian-Saxon Switzerland is a unique landscape in Europe, which is built mostly by block-shaped sandstones, formed by the consolidation of sand deposited on the bottom of the ancient sea at the end of the Mesozoic era. Later, in the Tertiary period, the sandstone plaque was broken by tectonic movements of the Earth's crust and was subsequently divided into a network of deep canyon valleys and wild gorges with vertical rock walls and sandstone rock towers by erosion denuding. In addition, the volcanic outflows of basalt lava have occasionally penetrated into it.
This area along the Elbe River valley is beautiful in almost all weather and at any time of the year. Moreover, due to the geological phenomena mentioned above, it is a unique landscape that will undoubtedly enchant anyone who comes here.