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)