Harrachov is a small town which is situated at the border with Poland, 700 metres above sea level. Thank’s to its location, Harrachov is one of the most important winter sports centre. Harrachov is a popular place for hiking and biking in summer. Ski jump towers on Certova hora (Devil’s mountain) are world-famous. You can find a lot of souvenir shops, glass shops (with products from local glass factory), groceries, restaurants, cafés, pizza parlours and sweetshops in Harrachov.
The original village Dörfl was established in 17th century near the Seifen creek (Sejfsky, today Ryzi creek). It was renamed „Harrachov“ (originally Harrachsdorf) at the beginning of the 18th century. Settlements Novy Svet and Ryzoviste joined Harrachov after the Second World War. And then Harrachov got railway connection across Korenov with Tanvald. This one of the few operating rack-railway offers beautiful sightseeing tour through a romantic landscape of the Jizera and the Giant Mountains with a lot of tunnels and viaducts.
Wellness hotel Svornost is located 5 minutes’ walk from the town centre of Harrachov. The chair-lift which goes to the top of Certova mountain is 10 minutes’ walk far from the hotel, ski jump towers are 15 minutes’ walk far (the chair-lift operates from 8 a.m. till 6 p.m. in summer – every half-hour; in winter from 8 a.m. till 4 p.m., all the time (guests of the Wellness hotel Svornost have 15 % discount for tickets – only by purchase in the main cash desk). Bus centre is 15 minutes’ walk far, railway station is 4 km far from the hotel.
Traffic connection: by bus to the station Harrachov – Mytiny, from here 2 km by local bus service or by taxi. By car Liberec - Harrachov 40 km, Prague - Harrachov 130 km.
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