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Czech Republic-Hrensko/Pravcicka Brana

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I am planning a trip to the Czech Republic in late September/early October. I have 4-5 days in Prague and was thinking about taking a side trip to Hrensko/Pravcicka Brana. Does anyone know if this can be done in a day trip and are there any bus tours that go there.

I could rent a car but am not sure how good the roads are in that part of the country. I am concerned about snow (if there is any) since I haven't had to drive in the snow for probably 25 years (moved from Chicago to Florida).

If not a day trip, what would be the best way to get there by public transport.
As always, thanks for your help.

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