The town of Aš is the westernmost town in the Czech Republic. It offers its visitors many activities. The town of Aš is dominated by the hill Háj with a height of 758 m above sea level. and the stone Bismarck lookout tower standing on it, which was built in 1904 and measures 34 m. In 2010, a sports complex with an in-line track and facilities for athletes was built on Háj Hill. This area expands the already wide range of sports activities in Aš. Ash abounds in beautiful nature. Visitors can visit the surroundings of the already mentioned lookout tower on Háj hill, Goethe rock garden and many other natural beauties. Due to its location, the city of Aš has very good relations with neighboring cities in Germany.
In Aš you will find several sights. One is, for example, a statue of Martin Luther, the only one in the Czech Republic. Another statue in Aš is Johann Wolfgang Goethe, the statue was restored and installed back in its place on Goethe Square in 2014. The town of Aš also has its own ethnographic and textile museum with a landscaped museum garden.
The city of Aš has approximately 13,000 inhabitants.
Because Ash is the westernmost point of our republic, this city has literally become a legend. Everyone knows Ash, everyone has already used the winged "From Ash to…". The paradox is that few have visited this "legend" yet. Come and discover the legendary city of Ash and its surroundings, so you know what you're talking about.
Aš is not a big region, but there are many interesting places and sights. These can be explored on foot or by bike, trips around the area are ideal for families. It's up to you whether you decide to come just for a day or spend a whole week here.