In the Czech republic

Sněžka – the highest mountain in the Czech Republic (1602 m), a prominent landmark of the eastern Krkonoše Mountains and a popular tourist destination. From Pec pod Sněžkou a chairlift leads over Růžová hora to the top of Sněžka. 

The Chapel of St. Lawrence on Sněžka - a 14 m high rotunda chapel on the top of Sněžka, consecrated in 1681. After a lightning strike, it fell into disrepair and later served as a pub and a shelter. It was consecrated again in 1854.

Janské Lázně – an important winter sports centre in the eastern part of the Giant Mountains and a famous spa town with a number of excursion circuits, romantic viewpoints, thermal and mineral springs and other attractions. 

Grund Resort Golf&Ski Mladé Buky – a golf resort with an area of 120 ha offers unforgettable views of the massif of the Eastern Giant Mountains, including Sněžka. The fully equipped ski park at an altitude of 550-670 m above sea level offers 5 km of downhill runs along with another 5 km of groomed cross-country ski trails. The resort is located about 12 km from Žacléř. 

Černá Hora – a mountain above Janské Lázně (1299 m) with a television transmitter, a cable car leads from the western edge of the spa to Černá Hora. The lookout tower on the top offers a magnificent view of the panorama of the Krkonoše Mountains, including a view of Sněžka, the starting point for shorter and more demanding hikes along the Krkonoše ridges. The Černohorská sledding track - a 3.5 km long sledding track recalls the long tradition of sledging in Janské Lázně. The first toboggan races were held in 1900, and in 1913 a kilometre-long toboggan lift was put into operation. 

Pec pod Sněžkou – a popular tourist resort and a renowned centre of tourism in the eastern Giant Mountains, the lower station of the cable car to Sněžka. The town also includes the neighbouring Velká Úpa and numerous mountain settlements and isolated places. 

Trutnov – a historic town in the Podkrkonoší region, which includes Krakonoš Square with Renaissance and Baroque houses with arcades. The former castle is the seat of the Museum of the Podkrkonoší Region with a permanent exhibition dedicated to the Battle of Trutnov 1866 and the Prusso-Austrian War.  

Fortress Stachelberg (Babí) – planned as the largest artillery fortress of the Czechoslovak fortress system, only one of the twelve planned buildings was completed. The Polom infantry cabin houses an exposition, part of the underground area is accessible, in the surroundings one can find excavations of logs, foundation slabs and buried stair shafts. 

Adršpach and Teplice Rocks - famous sandstone rock towns 30 km from Žacléř 

Zoo Dvůr Králové – one of the most famous and beautiful zoological gardens in the country. It is located only 30 km from Žacléř in the picturesque foothills of the Giant Mountains and its varied terrain completes the atmosphere of wild nature. Nearly two and a half thousand animals that originated in distant lands have found a home here. 

Kuks Chateau - a complex of Baroque buildings with the former hospital of the Brothers of Mercy and the Church of the Holy Trinity in the Elbe River valley. In the complex you can find sculptural allegorical cycles of the twelve virtues and vices (M. B. Braun), a pharmacy museum, a baroque pharmacy, a garden and a gallery. 

On the territory of Poland

Lubawka a border town attractive mainly for hiking. The magnet is especially the proximity of the Krkonoše National Park, geological reserves Havraní kámen and Boulders of the Gnome or Lake Bukówka.

Walbrzych the administrative centre of the Lower Silesian Voivodeship. The town is situated at an altitude of 450 to 500 metres above sea level in a picturesque valley, above which rises the forested range of the Walbrzych Mountains. The close proximity of the Stone and Owl Mountains, cultural monuments, recreational facilities - all this creates suitable conditions for sports and various forms of tourism and recreation throughout the year. 

Ksiaz the third largest castle in Poland, built in the 13th century. The castle is often called the "Versailles of Lower Silesia", especially because of the number of rooms (over 400) and fireplaces (over 200). The castle's location in the picturesque valley of the Pełcznica River, amidst the old forests of the Ksiaz Scenic Park, gives it a fantastic, fairy-tale charm.

Karpacz a town in south-western Poland situated at the foot of Sněžka, one of the most important 22 ski centres in Poland. The location is also attractive for hikers, for whom there are many marked trails.  

Jelenia Gora is the largest town in the Polish part of the Euroregion Nisa. More than 800 years of the town's history is reflected in the urban form of the old town and the many architectural monuments. The most valuable is the old town's buildings - houses with characteristic arcades. The Baroque Church of the Holy Cross, whose dome with five towers is the pride of the Protestant Baroque in Silesia, is also one of the important sights. Every year, Jelenia Gora hosts open-air theatre performances and events associated with the Jelenia Gora September Festival.  

Góry Sowie (Owl Mountains) - with lookout towers on the highest mountain of the Owl Mountains, Wielka Sowa, at 1015 m above sea level, and on Kalenica Mountain, from which there is a magnificent circular view from the Giant Mountains to Silesia and the Polish interior. Seven extensive underground military factory complexes of Hitler's Germany in the vicinity as far as Ksiaz Castle and the towns of Gluszyca, Kolce, Sokolec, Walim, Jedlina Zdrój and Lubiechów: Rzeczka, Wlodarz, Sobón, Sokolec, Jugowice Górne and Osówka. One underground city was to be Hitler's new "Riese" tent, others as underground factories, up to the production of flying saucers. 

Klodzko is the largest tourist centre of the Kłodzko Basin. The old town with its famous stone bridge from the 14th century is a protected monument reserve. Above the city towers a fortress that served as a prison during World War II and its tour is one of the city's tourist attractions. 

Wroclaw - the capital of Lower Silesia, with a large city hall, built on islands of five rivers crossed by more than 200 bridges. It is the fourth largest city in Poland and also one of the oldest Polish cities. In addition to its unique location, the city's attraction is enhanced by a number of Gothic and Baroque monuments, music and theatre festivals, and a vibrant lifestyle supported by 120,000 students from the 13 state-run and 20 private universities here. "Manhattan, Venice and the Vatican all in one..." more here