Jelenia Gora Travel Guide

  • Plac Piastowski
    Plac Piastowski
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  • Spa Theatre
    Spa Theatre
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  • Schaffgotsch Palace (detail)
    Schaffgotsch Palace (detail)
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Jelenia Gora Things to Do

  • Cieplice, the spa town

    Cieplice, although now part of the same municipality, feels very different from Jelenia Góra itself. The town has its own square / main street, Plac Piastowski, dominated by the massive Schaffgotsch Palace of the 1780s, former home of the German family of the same name who owned a great deal of land in the region. Much of this rather small, older...

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  • In the streets of Jelenia Gora

    Jelenia Gora is a small city and the streets are cosy. Walking around in the Market square and the centre is comforting.

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  • Other places of interests

    I don't visit and I even don't try to visit everything during my travels. I choose things I want to see. There are a lot of ohter places worth visiting in Jelenia Góra. If you are interested visit the the tourist information office page .

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  • Wojanowska Gate and Tower

    Entering the gate is like crossing to another world. The building façades are renovated and the street leading to the Market Square seems to bee cleaner than before the gate. Read what the toourist information office sais about the tower and gate.

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  • Market Square

    The Market Square is the nicest place in the center of Jelenia Góra. I enjoyed being there. Take a glas of beer and have a look at Baroque Burgher houses wiht arcades lining the whole square. The main building with a tower is a town hall. Your astute eye will certainly notice a fountain. It's a Neputn fountain located in place of the former city...

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  • St. Erasmus and Pancras' Church

    St. Erasmus and Pancras' Church is the oldest church in the town and is dedicated to two martyrs. The first church was built of wood und burntdown in 1303. It was rebuilt in stone. But the present shape of the church dates back to the 15th century. It took several decades to built this vast Gothic church made of sandstone blocks. The impressive...

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Jelenia Gora Hotels

  • Hotel Palac Staniszow

    Staniszow 100, Jelenia Gora, 58-500, Poland

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

    Hotel Class 3.5 out of 5 stars

  • Paulinum

    Nowowiejska 62, Jelenia Gora, 58-500, Poland

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Skalny Hotel

    58-540 Karpacz Obroncow St 5 Jelenia Gora 99 999

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

Jelenia Gora Restaurants

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    by georeiser Written Jul 9, 2009

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    There are some cozy restaurants in Jelenia Gora. The most memorable and unique place was in the basement of Castle Palac Wojanow.

    Restaurant in Jelenia Gora
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Jelenia Gora Transportation

  • Taxi in Jelenia Gora

    To take taxis in this part of Poland can be a bit frustrating since some of the drivers don't speak english. The taxis in Jelenia Gora are not too used to foreigners who doesn't speak german or polish. But the local cars seams to be fun to travel. What brand and model is the taxi on the photo?

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  • Buses in Jelenia Gora

    Jelenia Gora is a city, but it is still a kind of village when it comes to public transportation. It is not too good and many buses could have been in better condition.

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  • How to get to Jelenia Góra

    by train: direct trains to Wroclaw, Warsaw, Cracow, Gdanskby bus: time table - only in Polishprzystanek początkowy - fromprzystanek końcowy - toFrom Germany via Görlitz. You have to change in Görlitz and Węgliniec.From Czech Republik. Direct trains from Trutnov. Only on weekends and they operate seasonal.The nearest aiports:...

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Jelenia Gora Warnings and Dangers

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    by georeiser Updated Jul 9, 2009

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    The Police in Jelenia Gora seams to target foreigners with cars. We were stopped twice to check for driver license and soberness. The Police were polite, and nothing happened. But anyway, it's a bit annoying to be stopped just because you are a tourist.

    The Police in Jelenia Gora The Police in Jelenia Gora
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