Discover the best top things to do in Ustron, Poland including Czantoria, Adam Malysz Ski Jump Hill, Park Linowy Orla Perc, Gora Zamkowa, Lesny Park Niespodzianek, Sports trophies of Adam Malysz, Rownica Rope Park, Gorski Park Rownica, Kolej Linowa Poniwiec Mala Czantoria, Amphitheater of St. Hadyna.
Restaurants in Ustron
4.5 based on 263 reviews
Czantoria Chairlift in Ustron - open all year round A modern quad chairlift equipped with a system that slows the chairs down for passengers to get on and off + The chairlift is open year-round! + Special events and festivals for everyone + Bicycles may be transported on the lift + Special offers for groups of more than 20 people + Easy to use for children, elderly people and people with disabilities
It was truly a fun day for all the group. Lovely views and really good food... Being summer we didn't get to see the snow but still really worth a visit.
4.5 based on 206 reviews
The ski jump place is a modern and very nice construction. The view from the top is great. If you never be on the top of ski jump, you must go there and see the view.
4 based on 5 reviews
4.5 based on 114 reviews
Cieszyn has a lot to offer, it is old town in Poland ruins from XI century, including tower and hunting castle
A strategic hill with medieval ruins and high trees providing shelter against wind. Different shades of green and no doubt wonderful in autumn. Occasionally nice views on the hills, city and Olza river. History cloaked in mystery. Very pleasant romantic ambiance.
4.5 based on 346 reviews
The highlight of our visit was the predatory bird show where the bird caretaker not only told us about the habits and favorite food of buzzards, falcons and eagles, but also demonstrated how they fly, gain altitude and speed in the air, and hunt (using a toy prey). Our kids (4 and 6 y.o.) enjoyed it very much, also the part where we had to duck to avoid the eagle returning to the falconry glove :)
4.5 based on 20 reviews
Nicely hidden behind a petrol station, with concealed entrance, this place looks more like a house than a museum. Very limited number of car park spaces - that can cause problems, as there's no more available in vicinity. Inside about 4 rooms with sportswear and trophies worn and collected by a man considered to be world's best ever ski jumper Adam Małysz. Tickets right at the entry. Small souvenir shop with ticket office. Definitely a must for every sports fan, especially, when there's ski jump hill called after Adam Małysz quite close to this place, in another neighbourhood of Wisła.
5 based on 18 reviews
Fantastic place to visit! There is something for everyone; even the young!
The obstacles increase in demand but get more demanding as you move up the levels (of which there are 5)!
The staff are so professional and always have the safety of the participants at heart -
the tutorial at the start of the routes means you have to demonstrate your use of the clips before you are allowed to go on the different routes alone. The double clip system means that you are ALWAYS clipped on from start to finish of a course. The communication between staff on walkie-talkies means that they are usually up helping anyone that gets stuck or is fearful before another member of the group have had chance to get assistance!
This is the second year running that our group has returned and we will be returning again next year!
4 based on 10 reviews
Wyjątkowe miejsce na stoku pod Równicą. Warto zarezerwować więcej czasu na przebywanie w tym miejscu. Główną atrakcją jest niewątpliwie naziemny rollercoaster. Być może jego osiągi są średnie, ale przyjemności jest wiele. Dodatkowo daje bonus im więcej zjeżdżasz tym taniej. Widoki przepiękne na Równicę, Czantorię i Palenicę.
Do wykorzystania czasu wolnego i zrelaksowania są tu pomocne place zabaw dla dzieci, kino oraz restauracje.
3.5 based on 18 reviews
Nice service queue. Great idea of taking pictures at the entrance, and at the end of the entry. Fun. Only service local restaurant at the top, it is grumpy, unfriendly and lazy (personal experience).
4.5 based on 10 reviews
It is a nice building, worth visiting in Summer when numerous concerts/events take place. Easily accessible from all sides, with nice stage and OK sound system (called individually for different events). Sometimes "local feel" events take place, with some religious feel, what is very interesting, knowing the nature of Wisla protestant heritage. Practically, every Summer weekend there is something happening on the stage: folk events, country, dance, special sport events, etc. One of the sites worth visiting. Additionally, on Summer weekends - lots of regional food is sold by many local vendors... this also drives lots of crowd :-)
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