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A turning point in the history of the town was the recognition of Duszniki as a spa in 1769 and the simultaneous inclusion of the “Zimny Zdrój” (Cold Spring) on the list of prussian healing springs. Already at the beginning of the 19th century, Duszniki-Zdrój was recognised as one of the best spas in the …

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Szczeliniec Wielki

Szczeliniec Wielki is the highest peak of the Stołowe Mountains (919m above the sea level), which belongs to the Crown of Polish Mountains. It represents the remains of their highest level. Over time, erosion has contributed to the creation of unique rock formations, which are now visited by lovers of mountain scenery every year. These …

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Fort Srebrna Góra

The mighty, awe-inspiring Silver Mountain Fortress is truly unique in the whole of Europe. One of the most interesting monuments of Lower Silesia invites visitors to see the former soldiers’ chambers, the underground drawbridge or the beautiful panorama from the viewing terrace.

Underground tourist route in Kłodzko

This is certainly one of the most interesting routes of its kind in Poland. The underground corridors which are open to the public, allow you to get to know Kłodzko from the inside. A visit to the undergrounds reveals the turbulent history of the town and its former inhabitants in a very interesting and unique way.

Kłodzko Fortress

One of the most important monuments of Lower Silesia, which is definitely worth seeing. The upper part of the fortification guarantees beautiful views of the city and the mountains, while the underground walkways, known as labyrinths, provide a unique thrilling experience. A walk in the Kłodzko Fortress will transport you back to times gone by, if only for a moment.

The rock labyrinth Błędne Skały

The unusually intriguing and finely shaped “Błędne Skały” is a very interesting proposition for both older and younger travellers. It is certainly a magical place, where you will feel as if you are in the fairy tale Narnia – some fragments of which were filmed exactly here.

The Gold Mine in Złoty Stok

The Lower Silesian Eldorado will certainly be of interest to younger travellers but even older ones will not be bored here. After all, who wouldn’t want to take a boat trip in a mine, take a ride on an underground tram or see Poland’s only underground waterfall?

The underground city Osówka

Here, history lurks in every corner of the underground corridors and halls. Formed during World War II, the underground city of Osówka is still shrouded in mystery today. Hitler’s hidden quarters or perhaps a secret weapons factory? A walk through the most interesting parts of the underground, a boat crossing and a visit to the above-ground part will bring us closer to the history of Osówka.

The Chapel of Skulls in Kudowa-Zdrój

A phenomenon not only in Poland, but even in Europe. This unique place, covered with authentic human remains, can evoke diverse emotions. It is hard not to succumb here to reflections on the meaning of life, death and human equality. What secrets does the chapel hold? It is certainly worth finding out.