Železná Ruda (literally "iron ore", Czech pronunciation: [ˈʒɛlɛznaː ˈruda], German: Markt Eisenstein) is a town in the Pilsen Region of the Czech Republic. It is located in the Šumava Mountains, close to the border with Bavaria and the German town Bayerisch Eisenstein. It is one of the important sports and tourism centres of the Šumava Mountains. The German name of the town comes from The Middle Ages, when it was a market town. Its German population was expelled after 1945.
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5 based on 16 reviews
Take a beautifull trip to Šumava Mountains and take the chairlift to the top of Špičák (1202 m).The new tower on the top aof Špičák is 26 meters height, free entry and the tower open daily from 15.6. to 15.9. from 9 AM till 6 PM with stunning views of the surounding area. .
4.5 based on 18 reviews
You should really visit this place. It is nice walk. Last part to get here was bit difficult however view is unforgettable and no doubt that you will like it.
4 based on 12 reviews
We reserved a week in one of the local hotels. Many accommodation options can be found on TripAdvisor and Booking.com and most of the owners speak English or German. Prices are far cheaper than in Germany. There is a great selection of slopes. Parking is right at the slopes and it is free. Beginners can ski using the point system, which saved us a great deal of money by paying only for the low-cost bunny hill rides the beginners used. Skis and snow boards can be rented right at the bottom of the hill. They were good quality and the full rental includes boots, skis, poles and a helmet. The prices are listed on the website. The town provides a great variety of accommodations and a number coffee/sweet shops (Cukrarna), two grocery stores, large gas station, etc. For a short trip to a bigger town you can drive to the picturesque town of Domazlice, where you have a selection of restaurants and shops. There is no shortage of restaurants in Zelezna Ruda, though, not to mention a very convenient restaurant right at the ski areal.
3.5 based on 10 reviews
Worth the visit, also outside ski season. The view from the top is huge, and there also some trails to walk on.
The chairlift itself could be exciting and not exactly for those with acrophobia: there are one-person-chairs with a short security bar only. On the other side, we've climb on it to the top with 3-years-old on laps without any problem.
Actually, there chairlift if divided into two parts, about 10 min. each one.
3.5 based on 9 reviews
Areal na okraji Zelezne Rudy smerem na Spicak. K dispozici je velke lanove centrum, trampoliny a nejen pro deti kary. Nahoru vas vytahnou vlekem a jizda muze zacit. Urcite vyzkousejte, stoji to za to.
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