Clarion Congress Hotel Ostrava
Phone: (420) 596 702807
Fax: (420) 596 702860
Ostrava is a city basking in the glory of Industrial Revolution. Many international steel manufacturing units and underground coal mines thrive in the prime area of Karolina near the city's center. To know more about the city's mining history a visit to the Museum of Mining is a must. When it comes to culture, the city's theaters are filled with sounds of philharmonic melodies and chamber music. There is the Silesian Ostrava Castle to be explored or the Stromovka Park which has an interesting zoological park. And as the winter sets in, skiing is fun in this part of Czech Republic. With so many things in store, there is a lot to see and do in Ostrava.
Jesus Church, also known as Grace Church, is a breathtakingly beautiful Lutheran church situated in the very heart of the town of Cieszyn in Poland. It was constructed in 1750 in the unique Baroque architectural style by an architect named Jan Haüsrucker. This pivotal Protestant church is visited by legions of devotees every year. The interiors of this house of worship are absolutely awe-inspiring. The ornate, intricately designed organ is the highlight of this place. The altar is adorned with several beautiful sculptures of saints, and is a sight to behold. Don't give this site a miss at any cost!
Situated along the river Olza, Třinec is an important town in the Moravian-Silesian region of Czech Republic. It was found in the mid 14th Century and has been a major producer of iron and steel in the country. Surrounded by the Beskydy mountain ranges, it offers amazing sightseeing location for tourists as well as an opportunity to indulge in adventure sports like hiking, para-gliding and mountain cycling. Besides, the town is famous for hosting a number of cultural events and festivals during the summers. The ice-hockey team of the town is a competitive team in the premier division of Czech ice-hockey league. Football and skiing are other sports popular in this town. The town proves to be a perfect destination for backpackers and travelers because of the hospitality of people living in the town. Refer website for more details.
Rožnov pod Radhoštěm is a quaint town in the Zlín Region of Czech Republic. Its hugely known open-air museum built in Wallachian architectural style, is what attracts crowds from far and wide. The town has more to offer than just grand monuments and structures. Rožnov pod Radhoštěm is home to the delightful International Folklore Festival of the Czech Army “The Rožnov Valaška”. Held in the month of June, the festival sees song, dance and art in the streets, making it the ideal time to visit the town. Visit website for more information.