If you enjoy hillwalking, head to the district of Louny, only one hour from Prague, and climb Raná, then Oblík!
My recommendation is that both be scaled in the same outing, simply because; the best view to be had of Oblík is from the summit of Raná, and vice-versa!
The mount Milešovska of which the ascent is documented in my blog post 23, is known as the Queen of the České středohoří (Bohemian central uplands or moderately high mountains). In comparison, these two extict volcanoes – Raná and Oblík – could be nick-named The Maidservant and The Page !
Here is our recommended itinerary :
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The book Dog Walks Prague is currently available from the following Prague stores which I also truly recommend :
SHAKESPEARE A SYNOVÉ (an exquisite bookshop trading in both new and second-hand books in English and French, with passion, and years of experience). Located in Malá Strana : U Lužického seminare 10, 118 00 Malá Strana open 11am – 7 pm daily.
WE LOVE DOGS – HUNTER (the pristine, luxury pet store, “because your dog is worth it” ; specializing in quality goods for our four-legged treasures), located in Malá Strana ( Újezd 401/35 118 00 Prague 1) and Vinohrady (Vinohradská 39, 120 00 Prague 2). Open from 10am-9pm daily.
OREL & FRIENDS (Original, locally hand-crafted gift store where authenticity rules) in Malá Straná, on Nerudova 207/6, 118 00 Malá Strana. Open daily from 11am-5pm