The Doubravská hora (short: Doubravka, also called Teplice Castle Hill) rises on the edge of Teplice and offers a wonderful view of the city and the surrounding area. In particular, you can look into the Ore Mountains and the western Bohemian Central Mountains.
A castle was built on the summit towards the end of the 15th century, which changed hands quite often. During the Thirty Years' War it was often fought over, in which the Saxons were also involved. It took them seven weeks to take it once.
At the end of the 19th century, Edmund Clary-Aldringen made the summit accessible and set up a restaurant.
Today there are two snack bars up here. While enjoying food and drink, you can look over Teplice.
There are many different paths with different degrees of difficulty leading to the summit, from easy roads to steep ascent, where you also have to use your hands. There is also an educational trail with interesting information (in Czech).