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What to see in Świeradów-Zdrój

A health resort full of attractions.

Świeradów Zdrój has been attracting for years with its climate and mineral-rich spa water. It is also here that we will go for the longest larch walking hall in Lower Silesia and one of the longest in Poland. The 80-meter long hall is a favorite place for patients and tourists. But in Świeradów Zdrój we will also see at least three other attractions. These are places that will delight, catch our attention and make us remember this city for longer. It’s worth getting to know them.


The smell of bread in Czarci Młyn

“Bread happens at baker”, this ancient rule is still in force in Czarci Młyn to this day. And today, every tourist can taste the bread baked here during their visit. The water mill in Świeradów Zdrój was built around 1890 and is a typical example of construction that was built on the Silesian-Czech border. It had a water wheel drive, 6.5 m in diameter. There was also a bakery with a wood-fired bread oven in the building. After years of operation, the mill was closed for some time. However, in 2010-2012 it was revitalized. The building has been completely renovated and the machines restored. The water wheel was restarted and the Garden of Plants and Herbs was created around the mill. Today the mill is teeming with life and invites visitors. Numerous events, meetings and bread baking workshops are organized here. Visiting the mill is possible from Tuesday to Saturday at every hour from 10:00 to 16:00 (last admission at 15:00). Ticket prices are PLN 15 (regular) and PLN 10 (reduced).


Life of bees in Izerska Łąka

Near the Czarci Młyn, there is a facility that should be visited by every lover of the Jizera Mountains and nature. The NATURA 2000 Ecological Education Center “Izerska Łąka” is a place where visitors will learn about the flora and fauna of the meadows of the Izera Mountains and Foothills, where they will see a reproduced image of the clean summer sky above the Jizera Mountains, free from pollution and in which they will learn what it is and what impact it has on our life has light pollution. In addition, in Izerska Łąka (thanks to the hive in front of it, equipped with a system of micro cameras) we will get to know the life of a bee family. Several times a year, the Center is also open in the evenings when you can listen to astronomical lectures and use telescopes. Visiting Izerska Łąka is possible from Tuesday to Saturday at every hour from 10:00 to 16:00 (last admission 15:00). Walking is free.


The heart of the city, i.e. the Culture Station

From March 2019, all visitors to Świeradów Zdrój must also visit the renovated building of the former railway station and the railway model located in it. The model shows fragments of railway lines No. 317 and 336 from 1945-1970 on the section Gryfów Śląski – Mirsk – Świeradów-Zdrój – Świeradów, Forest District. The project weighing almost 800 kg was made on the H0 scale, and the total length of the tracks is about 105 meters. Railway enthusiasts will see 5 locomotives and 2 motor carriages, 28 wagons, 40 switches, approx. 600 trees and shrubs, and 200 figurines depicting people and animals.

Świeradów Zdrój is one of eleven health resorts in Lower Silesia. However, it has a special place in the hearts of tourists. And its attractions make it not unfounded.



A unique attraction overlooking the town of Świeradów-Zdrój leads to a height of 62 meters, from which there is a view of the romantic buildings health resort and the beauty of nature.


The stunning structure is complemented by educational, cultural and some fun elements that one will encounter while walking along a gently winding 850-meter footbridge. At the very top, you can rest on the drop-shaped net or climb onto the glass platform and feel as if your body is floating in the air. You can finish the trip with a 105-meter long slide. You are back from the clouds to the ground in seconds.


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