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Szklarska Poręba – relax 365 days a year

In winter the town becomes the capital of winter sports and in summer it is a paradise for hikers and bikers. Picturesque location, proximity of nature and unique climate encourage for active leisure all year round. A legend has it that Szklarska Poręba is the land of the mysterious Mountain Spirit, the ruler of the land on the slopes of the Giant and the Jizera Mountains. Supposedly the Spirit is as old as the mountains. He is the caretaker of the local tradition and history.

Kamieńczyk Waterfall

Kamieńczyk Waterfall

The highest waterfall on the Polish side of the Giant Mountains (846 meters above sea level), consisting of three cascades with the total height of 27 meters. Behind the middle cascade, there is a small “Golden Cave”, partially hewn by Walloons.

Śnieżne Kotły (Snow Cauldrons)

Śnieżne Kotły (Snow Cauldrons)

Two postglacial kettles which constitute a nature reserve of the Giant Mountains National Park. An excellent example of the Alpine landscape - snow on the bottom of the kettles sometimes lies until mid-summer. Great views from the peak. The most picturesque place in the Sudetes.

Szrenica (1362 m a.s.l)

Szrenica (1362 m a.s.l)

The second highest peak of the Polish Giant Mountains – 1362 meters above sea level. On Szrenica, a mountain hostel open all year round is located and from Szklarska Poręba you can reach the peak suing a ski lift or walking up a gentle, paved road. In the winter, Szrenica is besieged by winter sports lovers - mainly fans of skiing and snowboarding. SkiArena Szrenica offers as many as 12 km of ski trails.

Szklarka Waterfall

Szklarka Waterfall

Just a 20-minute walk from the Cristal Resort Szklarska Poręba, and located at the height of 525 meters above sea level. The cascade is 13.3 meters high, and a legend is connected with its creation about Karkonosz and a glass-maker's daughter, Szklarka, whose name has been given to a nearby stream. The cold water flowing in the waterfall freezes.

Julia Crystal Glass Factory

Julia Crystal Glass Factory

One of the few still operating crystal glass manufacturers, located in Piechowice. At the facility, visitors can admire the manufacturing process of glass masterpieces, and participate in workshops during which they can find out about secrets of the glass making art.

Jakuszyce Glade

Jakuszyce Glade

The most well-known center for cross-country skiing in Poland, where Bieg Piastów - an annual international event - has been organized since 1976.Thanks to the unique microclimate, snow lies there for a long time - on average for 156 days per year.

Wysoki Kamień   (1 058 m a.s.l)

Wysoki Kamień (1 058 m a.s.l)

One of the highest peaks of the picturesque Jizera Mountains, which are a fantastic place for hiking, cycling, horseriding and cross-country skiing. From the peak, a panorama of the Giant Mountains, Jizera Mountains, Kaczawskie Mountains and Rudawy Janowickie can be admired.

Wlastimil Hofman’s House

Wlastimil Hofman’s House

The house of the Polish painter – an eminent representative of Symbolism, which has remained intact since his death. The place is filled with the artist's spirit, which visitors can't experience at any other museum.

Trollandia Ropes Course

Trollandia Ropes Course

A system of platforms and rope obstacles installed high in the trees.

House of Gerhart and Carl Hauptmann

House of Gerhart and Carl Hauptmann

An old country cottage which used to be both the family house and a place of work for two outstanding writers ̶ Gerhart Hauptman, who in 1912 received the Nobel Prize in literature for lifetime achievement, and his brother, Carl. The seat of the Giant Mountains Museum, featuring a permanent exhibition devoted to the town’s bohemia.

Jizera Railway

Jizera Railway

The railway connection between Jelenia Góra and Kořenov, along a panoramic trail reopened in 2010, after over 65 years of being out of use. The mysterious meanders of the tracks, mountain cliffs and nature of the Jizera Mountains make this railway trip a unique attraction.

Chybotek

Chybotek

A rock formation in the Jizera Mountains, consisting of big granite boulders. The top and the biggest boulder, with a diameter of 4 meters, can be easily rocked, which is the source of the formation’s name. One of the Walloon legends has it that an entrance to an underground treasury is hidden under the rocking boulder.

Lower Silesia Monument’s Miniatures Park

Lower Silesia Monument’s Miniatures Park

A park garden with miniatures of the Lower Silesia’s historical buildings - palace, monasteries and churches, reconstructed precisely on the scale of 1:25.

Sychrov Castle

Sychrov Castle

A Neo-Gothic castle constructed in the 15th century, where you can feel the aristocratic atmosphere of French salons. The castle’s interiors feature a rich collection of French painting, and outside it there is an extensive English park.

Novosad & Syn Glass Factory and Brewery

Novosad & Syn Glass Factory and Brewery

A glass museum with unique collection of over five thousand exhibits, constituting the biggest glass collection in the Czech Republic. On the factory's premises, there is a brewery where beer is brewed in front of the visitors’ eyes.

Hruba Skala Rock City

Hruba Skala Rock City

One of the most interesting and beautiful rock cities in the Bohemian Paradise. A fortified castle constructed in the 14th century stands on the majestic sandstone pinnacles.

Golf Course

Golf Course

Harrachov-Mýtiny. A cozy golf course located at the highest altitude in the Czech Republic - 730 meters above sea level.

Path Among Treetops

Path Among Treetops

An educational and scenic route located in the Giant Mountains National Park, with a 45-meter tower, from which tourist can observe the panorama of the mountains. In addition, leisure and fun areas can be found within the path.

Dresden

Dresden

The capital of Saxony, located a two-and-a-half-hour drive from Szklarska Poręba. The city's top attractions include Zwinger – a late Baroque palace and garden complex built for Polish King Augustus II the Strong, which houses, among other things, an impressive collection of porcelain, and the Old Masters Gallery – one of the biggest collections of the European painting in the world.

Prague

Prague

Szklarska Poręba and Karpacz are also a perfect starting point for trips to the capital of the Czech Republic, which is just a two-hour drive away – no one needs to be convinced of its attractiveness.

Death turn

Death turn

It is located on the Sudecka route, between Szklarska Poręba and Świeradów Zdrój. The turn reverberates to 180 degrees at the altitude of 755m above the sea level and is considered one of the most dangerous in Poland. Despite this, it enjoys great popularity, as it is also one of the most interesting scenic spots in the Giant Mountains and the Jeleniogórska Valley.