Bukovina University Training Center

The Bukov­ina com­pound lies in the Bohemi­an Para­dise micro-region, close to Turnov, with­in a dis­tance of approx­im­ately 1.5 km from the muni­cip­al­ity of Hrubá Skála. The com­pound is situ­ated at close quar­ters of Hrubá Skála chat­eau, built on a rocky sand­stone mas­sif in the second half of the 14th cen­tury. Equally renowned is the Hrubá Skála rock city.

Hrubá Skála muni­cip­al­ity lies with­in a dis­tance of about 1 km off the state thor­ough­fare con­nect­ing Turnov and Jičín. Coach and train con­nec­tion to and from the muni­cip­al­ity is good. From the muni­cip­al­ity, well access­ible are all touristy ven­ues situ­ated in the neigh­bour­hood, such as the Trosky and Kost castles, the town of Turnov, the Kozákov hill, the Prac­hovské Rocks and Klokočské Rocks, and oth­er nat­ur­al and cul­tur­al must-sees.

Though there is no industry in the muni­cip­al­ity, tour­ism flour­ishes with its fab­ulous nature abund­ant in rock moun­tains, pleth­ora of ponds, bathing oppor­tun­it­ies, and an array of castles and chat­eaux spread in the vicin­ity — all that keeps attract­ing vis­it­ors. The place is renowned for its huge oppor­tun­it­ies for ram­bling and cycle tour­ing. In winter, cross-coun­try ski­ers will bowl along the mag­ni­fi­cent ter­rains, and neither lov­ers of down­hill ski­ing will likely to come up short – with the Giant Moun­tains eas­ily access­ible there­from, or with the ski slope at nearby Kozákov with­in easy reach. Inform­a­tion on accom­mod­a­tion is provided by the Oper­a­tion­al and tech­nic­al sec­tion of UJEP. For UJEP core staff, more detailed inform­a­tion is avail­able on the intranet (IMIS)