This most people visiting nearly two centuries, and they admired him and great minds such as Goethe. Bastei is a place that tourists visiting for nearly two centuries. It is an area with amazing limestone rocks formed by wind and water over thousands of years, but that rise up to three hundred meters above the river Labem in the German national park near the town of Rathen and Dresden. The best view of magical environment provides Bastei bridge, which connects the limestone rock, which dates from 1824. The first wooden bridge was built, but due to the large number of visitors, some thirty years later, in 1851, was replaced by a stone variant endurable. Most Bastei extends to 76.5 meters in length, includes seven arches, and the high is about 198 meters. It is open for visitors throughout the year, and it leads to 487 steps.