What’s after skiing?

What’s after skiing?

Sometimes it happens that after a ski marathon you feel like taking a break. We are in a hurry to suggest what you can do during your stay in Lasówka or Zieleniec, apart from skiing.

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Hot tub, sauna or swimming pool

If you dream of a bit of spa relaxation, we have some suggestions that will make your dreams come true. A hot tub with a panorama of the Orlické Mountains and a sauna are offered by the agritourism “Zacisze” (Lasówka 27). Some useful information: the banya is intended for a maximum of 6 people, the visit must be arranged in advance, for more information and reservations call: tel. +48500253320. You can go to the swimming pool in Kudowa-Zdrój (“Wodny Świat”, ul. Moniuszki 2a), where, in addition to swimming, you will also have the opportunity to use the sauna and jacuzzi. A little closer is Hotel Polanica (Polanica-Zdrój), where you will find a similar offer, but a slightly smaller swimming pool.

Bowling and billiards

You can go to Horska Chata in Orlické Záhoří for a quick game of billiards, while you can find a bowling alley, billiards table and table football in the Zieleniec Hotel and in Verona (Duszniki-Zdrój).

Or maybe an unusual museum?

Nowadays, a visit to a museum is rarely a sad shuffling of slippers. Nowadays, these cultural havens offer an interesting way to learn about the past.

That’s why we recommend the Papermaking Museum in Duszniki-Zdrój, where in a paper mill that is unique for today, you can create handmade paper, including for special occasions (Christmas, Grandparents’ Day, Valentine’s Day, etc.). From November to April, the Museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., and during winter holidays throughout the week (Monday – Saturday 9 a.m. – 6 p.m., Sunday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.).

You can find an original collection of old toys, both from the times of the Polish People’s Republic and older ones, at the Toy Museum in Kudowa-Zdrój. These unique collections will delight everyone, regardless of age. Additionally, you can take part in workshops on creating wooden toys. In winter, the Museum is open from: 10-17, ticket prices are PLN 18 (discount), PLN 23 (normal), PLN 20 (workshops).

For home-grown pyromaniacs, we recommend the Phillumenistic Museum in Bystrzyca Kłodzka, where, in addition to exploring the secrets of starting fire over the centuries, you can buy unusual types of matches: storm matches (for lighting in the wind), smoke matches (for checking the patency of the chimney draft) and waterproof ones, which you can light even during the rain. The museum is open from Tuesday to Saturday, from 8 a.m.-4 p.m., and on Sundays 10 a.m.-3 p.m., admission ticket is PLN 16 (normal) or PLN 12 (discounted), while family tickets are PLN 50.


Church in Neratov

Even if you are not a fan of sacred art, you will certainly appreciate the unique architecture of this church, rebuilt from the ruins. The minimalism of the interior, which is rare in churches, combined with the glass dome create a unique composition. Various concerts are often held here, the church is almost always open to visitors, and no one will rush you if you want to visit the choir balcony. An additional bonus is a small craft brewery located right next to it, offering several types of beers brewed on site.

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Kłodzko Fortress

You will gain some historical knowledge by visiting the Kłodzko Fortress – it is one of the largest fortified buildings from the turn of the 17th and 18th centuries. There are several sightseeing options to choose from, including the upper route and the underground labyrinth of counter-mine galleries, which are unique on a European scale. The facility offers guides and adapts the form of sightseeing to the needs of tourists, and tickets range from PLN 28 to PLN 60, depending on the option selected.