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World Cup in ski jumping at Harrachov

Mar 13, 2014Mar 16, 2014

You will know the newest Olympic winner at the competitions in Harrachov!

The first ski jumps that made Harrachov so famous were constructed in 1920, and three years later the first international ski competitions were held here. Today, everything revolves around the ski jump area, including the highest ski jump in the world – the mammoth K-185 ramp. The World Championship to be held in Harrachov after the Winter Olympics in Sochi and just before the traditional World Cup jump finals in Planica is the largest sporting event during the Olympic season. You will have the chance to see the newest Olympic champions in action!

Address

Harrachov

GPS: 50.7696583333, 15.4330055556

www.harrachov2014.cz

Jul 18, 2015

Harrachov Beer Festival

Sklárna a minipivovar Novosad a syn
Harrachov 95
51246 Harrachov

A summer beer festival in Harrachov with great music and lots of competitions.
A summer beer festival in Harrachov with great music and lots of competitions.
Aug 6, 2015Aug 9, 2015

Fragile Beauty Jablonec nad Nisou

Jablonec nad Nisou

A spectacular show of glass art and making jewelry.
A spectacular show of glass art and making jewelry.
Jul 24, 2015Jul 26, 2015

Liberec Venetian Night

Liberec

Come to Venice Night and enjoy wonderful music, star performers and great atmosphere!
Come to Venice Night and enjoy wonderful music, star performers and great atmosphere!
 

Accommodation

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East Bohemia
Not only the advantageous location in the middle of a ski centre, but also the original interior of the resta...

Richtrovy boudy

East Bohemia
The colourful history of the Richtrovv boudy reaches as far back as 1785 – a blast from the past and an establi...

Hotel Horizont in Pec pod Sněžkou

East Bohemia
You will discover not only a great base for your trips into the mountains in Hotel Horizont, in the very hear...

Clarion Grandhotel Zlatý Lev in Liberec

North Bohemia
The Clarion Grandhotel Zlatý Lev was opened by the emperor of the Austro-Hungarian Empire Franz Josef I himself...