Jamrozowa Polana is one of the best-known winter sports centres in Poland.
The heart of Polanica-Zdrój beating in sync with nature.
An area of ca. 22 hectares at 915 meters above sea level located within the Stołowe Mountains National Park.
Located at 919 m above sea level and not accessible by any road or vehicle. It is topped with a tourist shelter accessed by 665 stairs.
Town walking tours in Polanica-Zdrój with a total length of ca. 6.5 km.
Picturesque town walking tours in Polanica-Zdrój with a total length of ca. 66 km.
A small Baroque chapel whose walls, ceiling and the interior are lined with ca. 3,000 tightly packed human skulls and bones of victims of wars, epidemics and contagious diseases.
The church overlooks the town square and is accessed through a flight of 57 stairs with symbolic meanings. The mechanical nativity scene is popular among both children and adults and visited by pilgrims and tourists, inspiring awe and esteem for the craft of its makers for more than one hundred years.
It is the largest and tallest waterfall in the Śnieżnik Range and the second largest in the Sudety Mountains.
The castle is located in Wałbrzych in the Książ Landscape Park. It makes part of the Piast Dynasty Castles Route. It is the third largest castle in Poland.
A spa town and municipality in the Lower Silesia region, in the Kłodzko District.
It is not just a theatre as the name would suggest, but rather a dynamic cultural institution where everybody will find something to their liking.
A large scenic cave with corridors extending over 3km and interesting speleothems.
A meticulously prepared replica of a medieval mining settlement.
The Zieleniec ski station located near Polanica attracts crowds of winter sports enthusiasts.
A farm consisting of several wooden cottages, a mill, a pottery workshop and a mini bird-zoo with an emu ostrich.
An icon of 17th century defence architecture, which still impresses with its excellent condition and the wealth of attractions its offers.
The ca. 600 meter-long route extends from ul. Zawiszy Czarnego towards the exit at the foot of the Kłodzko Keep.
The museum has been collecting and cherishing the cultural legacy of the region for half a century.
Experience the sights and thrills equal to those at a real safari within less than one hour’s ride from Polanica.
High speed for professionals and safe fun for adults and children.
The Nysa Kłodzka water route runs from Bystrzyca Kłodzka through Kłodzko and Bardo to the village of Topola – along the most beautiful mountain section of the Nysa Kłodzka River.
Follow the five meanders of the river amid several meter-tall rocks, forests descending all the way to the water surface and meadows with a breath-taking riot of colours and delightful smells.
An underground route gleaming with gold, partially to be visited by boat.
One of the most interesting and most mysterious military facilities in the Sowie Mountains located in the Rzeczka complex.
Located in Złoty Stok, within the Śnieżnik Landscape Park, it includes forest areas and former quarry grounds. A special offer for thrill-seekers.
A small garden scenically situated at 700-710 metres above sea level. Established as a tribute to fairy tales, the enchanting surroundings and the powerful Spirit of the Mountains.
One of the most important tourist venues in the Kłodzko region located in the town of Duszniki Zdrój.
A 9-hole golf course with a view of the Szczytnik Castle.