Koněprusy is a village on the edge of the Bohemian Karst National Park. This area is famous for its rock outcrops, gorges and karst forms, and above all, one of the longest Czech caves.
The Koněpruské Caves have been open to visitors since the middle of the 20th century. rock roses, whose age is estimated at one and a half million years. The route is approximately 600 m long and is only a small part of the corridor system that exists in the area. The appearance of a medieval mint was also recreated in the cave.
Around the cave there is a network of hiking trails that allow you to hike through the Bohemian Karst. They are hilly, forested areas with many beautiful open-air outcrops.