The landscape itself dominates with its nature and is for me a kind of symbol of escape to nature from the busy center. However, Ctirad is not located in a remote part of central Bohemia, but a stone's throw from Prague's Barrandov.
The landscape is one of the natural monuments and protected areas not only for limestone, but also for rare species of shrubs and the history of the place itself. No river or stream flows through the landscape, also due to its altitude. A whole 314 meters above sea level opens up a fabulous view of the center of Prague and its vast parts.
But it's definitely worth the adventure and a bit of wilderness from the city. You will find not only hidden access paths that line the entire hilly landscape, but also a lot of lookout points that are worth walking through.