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Penzion U Kapličky
Newly renovated family hotel U Kaplicky is located in Iron Ruda in the attractive part of the Bohemian Forest.
Pension U Kaplicky in Iron Ruda is situated in a quiet part of town, despite its location offers easy access from the center and services.
The city is an ideal base for both summer and winter holidays.
The guest house is fully equipped with everything you need for peace and comfort.
Pension U Kaplicky in Iron Ruda accommodation
The newly reconstructed family pension U Železná Kaplicky offers accommodation in 4 rooms and 2 suites.
Each room has its own hall, bathroom (sink, shower and toilet) and TV.
The apartments also have fully equipped kitchenette with dining table.
In the pension is shared equipped kitchen with dining area and social space.
There is a possible Wi - Fi internet access.
Guests can also have its own parking space, ski and bicycle storage.
In summer, the possibility of using garden with outdoor seating and barbecue.
Pension U Kaplicky accommodation in Ruda Iron sights
In summer, visitors can admire the unspoiled nature and historical monuments.
No one should miss a visit to the biggest Šumava lakes.
Guests can find an is on its doorstep Iron Ores.
Black and Devil's Lake can visit on foot in one day.
Not far beyond is the Great and Small Arber Lake.
Directly in the Iron Ruda worth a special visit to the temple of the Virgin Mary or the lodge, which hosts Motomuzeum exposure and puppets.
Accommodation in Iron Ruda pension U Kapličky Sports
When you think of snow and most tourist attractions fall into winter sleep, iron ore going through the main tourist season.
For visitors it has 25 km of ski slopes of different difficulty levels and 29 ski lifts with a capacity of 15 persons per hour in more than 5 ski resorts.
Cross-country skiing enthusiasts will find the 100 km of groomed tracks man.
If you can not ski, you can sign up for ski school or try a new sport called snow tubing.
Pension in Iron Ruda U Kapličky history
The original settlement was established in the Iron Ruda in the first half of the 16th century when the river cutting on an important trade route from Bohemia to Bavaria, with deposits of iron ore - hence the name of the city.
In 1849, the settlement gained the status of township and the new owner of the Prince of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen in 1852 expanded the area to more than 6,000 hectares.
Late 19th century became a city on the importance of building a railway line from Pilsen to Bavaria with the longest tunnel in the former Austro - Hungarian Empire.
From the 19th
century the development of tourism.
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