Po symbolicznej edycji w 2020 roku Jazz nad Odrą powraca w pełnej krasie. Pięć dni koncertów na trzech scenach, gwiazdy polskiego i światowego jazzu oraz tradycyjne jam session do rana – Strefa Kultury Wrocław odkrywa pierwsze karty tegorocznego programu.
When approaching Śnieżka mountain from the west, it is impossible not to notice the Dom Śląski hostel on flattened area below(Równia pod Śnieżką) – this characteristic building, clearly visible due to its yellow color, is for many the last stop before reaching the highest peak in the entire Sudetes
In its present shape, Dom Śląski has been in existence since 1922, although it is actually the third structure of the shelter. The first buildings were erected in 1847 as a competition for the Obří bouda (Riesenbaude) chalet opposite – then on the Czech side -, which was finally demolished in the early 1980s. In addition to the buffet and accommodation, Dom Śląski also offers various types of events (e.g. spending New Year’s Eve at Śnieżka). Currently, it is an object used only by tourists, although not long ago things were a bit different. After World War II, the hostel building was also home to the Border Protection Forces watchtower, and later – until 2005 – Border Guard officers.
The end of works is scheduled for the turn of 2022/2023
Lower Silesia is a wealth of bicycle routes. Discover the best of the many routes!
Shared moments with the family, sports adventures, discovering the region from the perspective of two wheels - all this can be offered by Lower Silesia
The Wrocław Christmas Market started on November 19. It will last until the end of the year until December 31, including New Year's Eve. It is also worth considering the fairs in Kliczków, Łomnica and at the Grodziec Castle as a tourist attraction.
Peace and quiet, unpaved routes - that sounds like slow travel. See the Slow Travel map of Lower Silesia with attractions in the spirit of slow tourism
The cultural inheritance that has been experienced by the contemporary inhabitants of Lower Silesia is, in fact, priceless. To the turbulent fortunes and the multinational society that contributed to the history of the region, Lower Silesian people owe to this day enchanting and mysterious castles, richly decorated palaces and magnificent sacred buildings, which together give larger or smaller towns and villages of which they are treasures a truly unique character. ...
The pass is located in the eastern Karkonosze Mountains and rises to a height of 1046 m above sea level.
An urban-rural commune in the south-western part of the Lower Silesia Province, situated at the foot of the Izera Mountains, on the route from Szklarska Poręba to Świeradów-Zdrój.