|Shopping|| 5 || km ||Airport|| 175 || km |
|Suburban traffic|| 400 || m |
Winter sports; In the mountains; Among nature
From home you can start walking, cycling or mountain biking. Walking or cycling along the slopes to the summits will be rewarded with the sight of deer, martens and foxes. The Giant Mountains is set to tourism but without the crowds you see in other countries. The town of Pec pod Sněžkou (26 km) has a cable car to the top of the highest mountain in the Czech Republic which is: The Sneeuwkop (Sněžka, 1602 m) with a magnificent view over the Giant Mountains, the Eagle Mountains and the mountains in Poland. In the area you can undertake many activities such as paragliding, Monkey Park (between climbing trees with ropes), rafting, tobogganing, pluck (abseiling) and climbing the high rocks in Adršpach. You can swim in the pool in Trutnov (15 minute drive), a large lake and smaller lakes at a site where access is free. You can make a circuit from the airport to Vrchlabí (11 km). In Mladé Buky (11 km) is an excellent 9-hole golf course. Who says Dvůr Králové, thinks immediately about the zoo and safari park, which is officially one of the 150 major zoos in the world can count. And an access card barely costs more than 4 Euro. Trutnov (20 km) is a shopping town, where the superstores are open until 8 pm. On the market square is a statue of the mythical figure Krakonoš, the ruler and protector of the mountains Krkonoše (Giant Mountains =). Vrchlabí Also, the first and most northerly town on the Elbe, offers a baroque monastery and the museum dedicated to the Giant Mountains, good shopping and entertainment opportunities. There are many more opportunities in this beautiful area. They are listed in the information in your house. A pleasant vacation in the Czech Republic still needs to be done, and the food is delicious and cheap.