This wooden bridge in the village of Radošov near Kyselka is more significant than you think. Its history stretches back to the Father of the Fatherland, Charles IV, who gave permission for its construction. The bridge was intended to improve the passage of the Salt Route to Prague. The town of Ostrov could collect customs duties on the bridge.
The bridge looked the same then as it does today, its wooden body meant that it was often destroyed by fires, and flood damage was not uncommon either. Due to its disadvantageous position on the borders of the kingdom, it was also not spared from the rampage of enemy troops. The bridge suffered its last devastation in 1986 and would not see its repairs until the new millennium.
The Ohře River also flows past our hotel Hubertus, making it an ideal excursion for paddlers, for example.