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Places of interest in the surrounding area
Museum of the air battle over Krušnohoří /300m from the pension/ - unique displays, wrecks of airplanes, uniforms, authentic documents, photographs, and personal items of the pilots describing events from around the 11th of September, 1944. More details on www.museum119.cz/.
Kovářská and its surroundings – Baroque church of St. Michael and Marian column dominate the authentic centre of the village Kovářská. You will find the Chapel of St. Mark if you take a walk along Černý potok in the direction of Vejprty. Nearby stands an iron cross from the year 1871. Old lime works, built in the 1850s, can be found behind the railway station.
The Baby Jesus trail /10km/ - designed primarily for children. You set out from the info centre at Boží Dar where you receive instructions and the Baby Jesus little notepad, where children note answers to individual tasks. Pleasant walk with an adventure.
Podkrušnohorksý Zoopark /30km/ – the vast area near the centre of Chomutov that offers walks for every season of the year and houses more than 600 species of animals. The park features Eurosafari, skanzen (open-air museum), functional Dutch windmill, motorized shuttle-train, and riding hall.
Kamencové jezero /30km/ – the lake is situated in the town Chomutov. All day, whole family, no boredom, full of attractions, with a quiet zone as well.
One extreme sporting experience you can’t miss while visiting Kamencové lake is water skiing, with drawing mechanism similar to a ski tow, available at the adjacent Velký rybník pond.
Blatenský příkop /10km/ - artificial water trench /12 km long, 2 m wide/ functions today as a nature trail. The start is situated 2 km west of Boží Dar, ends in Horní Blatná. Cultural technical heritage site!
Měděnec /5km/ - Mědník, called the copper hill, towers over this village. In 2007, a 300 m long underground tunnel was opened for public, with lit-up lake created from a flooded chamber. Come down to visit the 16th century mine, or see the Sfingy (The Sphinxes) rock formation offering beautiful view of Doupovské hory mountains.
Narrow-track railway Oberwiesenthal – Cranzahl /12km/ - unique steam train ride in all weather. The track is 17 km long and runs every day, with 9 stops, 6 bridges, one of them a steel latticed viaduct 110 m long and 23 m high.
Narrow-track railway Johnstadt - Steinbach /14km/ - don’t miss a ride through the romantic valley of Přísečnice. This historical train runs a shuttle transport service mainly on weekends /the price is 70,-Kč/. Stopping at Steinbach You can visit a museum railway or a small cosy pub with Czech service, or discover an old smelting furnace at the Schmalzgrube stop.
Klášterec nad Ohří /15km/ - the most significant sight of the historical centre is the monastery chateau with its vast park by the river Ohře. Visitor trails feature a Museum of Czech porcelain, Museum of Chinese and Japanese porcelain, and Fairy Land of Vítězslava Klimtová for children.
Jáchymov /15km/ – spa town with history connected to uranium mining. Visit the local mines, aquapark, or salt cave.
Karlovy Vary (30 km) – the biggest and best-known spa with long tradition. A number of modern buildings, thermal swimming pool, hot-water springs, colonnades and many cultural events.
Aquapark Annaberg-Geyer (25km) – swimming with many attractions (swimming pools, artificial waves, channel, slides, children’s pools for kids and toddlers, wild river) www.aquamarien.de.
Popular website full of interesting tourist information - www.krusnohorsky.cz.