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  • Gorol Tourist Information Centre
    Gorol Tourist Information Centre

    You are warmly invited to the annual ‘Gorol Days’, a festival where you can try out folk crafts and find out more about local products, customs and culture.

  • Mosty u Jablunkova
    Mosty u Jablunkova

    Mosty u Jablunkova can be found easily: It is situated at the very east part of the Czech republic, in the Moravian-Silesian region, bordering with three states-Czech republic, Poland and Slovakia.The town has around 4,000 inhabitants and extends over a length of 8 km.

  • A tour of the mountains – from chalet to chalet
    A tour of the mountains – from chalet to chalet

    The Mosty u Jablunkova area can boast a wide range of mountain chalets catering for hikers. We have chosen seven which you can visit:

    Gírová - 4 km
    Kamenná chata - 6 km
    Polanka - 4 km
    Severka - 5 km
    Skalka - 4 km
    Studeničný - 5 km
    Zuzana - 2 km
  • Stroll through history and view a wonder of nature: Šance and Megoňky
    Stroll through history and view a wonder of nature: Šance and Megoňky

    Why not take a trip along the Czech-Slovak border – see the historic Šance fortifications and marvel at the strange stone ‘balls’ in the Megoňky quarry.

  • The ‘Gorolszus’ tightrope ride at Mosty
    The ‘Gorolszus’ tightrope ride at Mosty

    Beautiful countryside, superb local specialities and an active way to relax for all the family. For all this and more, come to the Mosty Ski Centre, which is open all year round and offers both adrenaline sports and relaxing family activities.

  • Cycling holidays
    Cycling holidays

    The hills and mountains around Mosty u Jablunkova offer ideal conditions for trekking and mountain biking. There is a network of marked cycle paths leading up to the summits of local mountains, where chalets offer delicious refreshments.

St Hedvika’s fair

The fair held every year to mark St Hedvika’s day has long been one of the most important events in the town’s calendar. Mass is followed by celebrations in the town centre. Originally the fair was held at Na Kamyncu, but in the second half of the 20th century the venue was moved closer to the town centre, and the fair now takes place around the wooden cottage known as ‘Na Fojtství’.

St Hedvika’s fair offers an ideal opportunity for family gatherings, and often relatives come to Mosty from far-flung countries.
The fair is known locally as ‘Jadwiga’ (the Polish form of the name), and features a variety of stalls and rides. A much-loved feature used to be the stalls run by Slovak traders who would offer ‘planets’ for sale. People used to buy these in order to find out what would happen to them during the following year. And of course Jadwiga would not be Jadwiga without the traditional sweets – delicacies made of honey and almonds, coconuts or gingerbread hearts.
Traditionally, the townspeople also used to look forward to the fair because it meant that the owners of the fairground rides would arrive in town. The ride-owners’ children were not allowed to miss school, so as soon as they arrived they used to join the lessons at the local school. The local children were keen to be friends with them because it meant they might be able to get rides for free. The most popular rides were chain carousels, roller coasters, ships, big rocking see-saws, and of course the shooting gallery.


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