Trosky Castle: Balancing on a Bohemian Paradise rope
Trosky Castle is among the most visited places in Bohemian Paradise, a protected landscape area north-east of Prague. During the summer months, the castle ruins including two distinctive rocks are a popular destination for slackliners. They are moving at a height of 50 metres on a rope that connects the castle towers of Panna (The Maiden), which is pictured above, and Baba (The Crone). The local 100-metre Grand Virgin Line is among the longest and most beautiful in the Czech Republic.