Discover the best top things to do in Szklarska Poreba, Poland including Kamienczyk Waterfall, Julia - Cristal Glassworks Factory, Mumlava Waterfall, Chojnik Castle, Szklarki Waterfall, Teatr Nasz, Glassworks and microbrewery Novosad & son Harrachov, Tall Stone Peak & Lookout Point, Ski-Resort Harrachov, Church of St. Antoni Padewski.
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4.5 based on 416 reviews
Parking just off the main road, pleasant walk to start with then came to a junction were the path to the waterfall is on the right and uphill, no sign posts. The path which may have been good some years ago is in a bad state and has been made worse by the very recent digging of a wide trench which has been filled in like nothing else that I have seen, someone wants to be taken to task at what has been done with this pathway. Its quite a climb up and the waterfall really is a let down. Advise you look elsewhere, ie the falls at Szklarki Waterfall were much better.
4.5 based on 188 reviews
Again in Glasswork and again great experience. Lots of fun for everyone. You see from one meter how hard the glasswork is and how hot is inside the factory.Thank you for your visit and positive opinion! That's true, that visit in Huta Julia is an unusual experience, because you can see everything about crystal glass production, sometimes even closer than from one meter.
4.5 based on 403 reviews
Mumlava waterfall is to be found near the recreation center Harrachov, on the river Mumlava. It belongs among the most popular touristic places in western part of the National park. It belongs among the most popular touristic places in western part of the National Park. Mumlava waterfall is created by stepped granite blocks in the Mumlava mountain stream, up to 10 m high. Mumlava waterfall is created by Stepped granite blocks in the Mumlava mountain stream, up to 10 m high. Underneath the waterfall unique erosion phenomena - the Giant pots - can bee seen. Underneath the unique waterfall erosion phenomena - the Giant pots - can bee seen. In a walking distance from Mumlava waterfall there is „Mumlavská bouda“ (786m) which used to be a gamekeeper´s lodge but nowadays it offers a unique family like cozy restaurant with only two tables by a fireplace therefore the capacity is limited. In a walking distance from Mumlava waterfall
Popular place for tourists in the area, so it might get crowdy as it available comfortably also for strollers and does not climb high. You just follow one of the trails along Mumlava river starting at the main bus station. The trail has about max. 2 km and there is a refreshment by the waterfall. Waterfall itself is romantic, cool place. From here you can also walk to Rýžoviště, where some nice hotels with restaurants are situated just as "bee trail" with information boards. The woods around are beautiful, especially in autumn.
4.5 based on 234 reviews
This picturesque castle has been in ruins since it was struck by lightning in 1675. It possible to walk around the walls and to climb up the reconstructed tower for magnificent views of the surrounding area. There are well-signed parking lots from which it takes around 30-60 minutes to hike up to the castle.
4.5 based on 244 reviews
Made the walk in February, melt water makes river current faster, nice and easy walk up to the waterfall through green and mountainous surroundings, nice photo opportunities.
5 based on 22 reviews
Ambiance extraordinaire et une cuisine délicieuse digne de grands chefs! Je recommande vivement cet établissement aussi bien pour le spectacle que pour la nuitée et restaurant. L'accueil est chaleureux et sympathique - nous avions l'impression d'être venus chez des amis de toujours.
4.5 based on 193 reviews
Glassworks Harrachov is the oldest still-working glassworks in Bohemia and most probably in the world. During your personal visit, you can take a factory tour, visit museum of glass, have a beer from our own microbrewery, enjoy a relaxing bath in beer and visit one of our two glass shops.
The excursion in the longest continuously open glass factory in Europe (and probably even in the world) is gorgeous. It's interesting to see the proces very closely. Free beer or nonalcoholic drink included in the price of the ticket is a nice bonus.
And they have fantastic home made raspberry limonade in the cake shop in museum building. :-)
5 based on 61 reviews
A great little walk. About 1.5 hrs up and 1 down but this was in heavy snow so you could probably halve these times.
A stunning location for a walk. We parked just East of Death Corner (Zakret Smierci) on the South side. Im not sure that you can drive any further in a private vehicle. Im not 100% on Polish traffic signs so I parked in a layby in the road.
We then started the gentle climb up. You get to a small wooden covered Seating area to take a break if you need to. You take the sign here for Wysoki Kamien (a right fork in the path). It gets a little steep here and for the elderly it could be a problem. You keep going and you get to the lookout at the top. Here awaits a hot coffee, cool beer and warm welcome.
It was for us stunning scenery on the way up but sadly due to heavy snow the grand views were slightly diminished. However still a beautiful ascent and I would highly recommend.
4 based on 96 reviews
This ski-resort is not the best, the biggest and the modern but I feel great here everytime. There are a lot fo good pensions and chalets to stay and nice restaurants to eat. You can visit Waterfalls close here, brewery, glass museum, banked chute, rope courses, etc.
4 based on 5 reviews
Neoromański styl tego kościoła zachęcił nas zatrzymania się, chociaż jakoś tu nam nie pasuje. Zbudowany ok 1910 roku z jedną wieżą, na której umieszczono dwa dzwony. Wyposażony bez przepychu.
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