Thanks to her location at the foothills of Lusatian Mountains, at the local railroad from Děčín to Jedlová, Markvartice is a perfect start point of the bike trips up to the Lusatian Mountains or to Bohemian-Saxonian Switzerland. The train acts as a comfortable cableway carrying us up to the very heart of the Lusatin Mountains, to the forest railway station Jedlová at the altitude of 555 meters above the sea. Three itineraries describe nice and comfortable routes from Lusatian Mountains back to Markvartice, "30 kilometers downhill".
Next trip hints describe several well hidden turistically attractive spots close to Markvartice - at wide area among Benešov nad Ploučnicí, Česká Kamenice, Žandov and Kamenický Šenov, there are almost no marked turistical paths. Perhaps the most impressive spot there is Hana hill with a wonderful outlook to the basin of Markvartice, Grosser Zschirnstein mountain, Saxonian table mountains, to Růžovský vrch mountain and Děčínský Sněžník table mountain.
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