Colonnade Jánské lázně He square of Jánské lázně is decorated by Art- Nouveau colonnade designed by Austrian architect Brang. The construction of this steel dominant on the monumental columns took place in 1904 under ohan Blaschek from Trutnov. The site for the colonnade was acquired by conducting away the Jánský brook and creating a tunnel for it. The thermal pool is a part of the State Spa Complex Jánské lázně. The price of a ticket includes sauna, steam sauna, all the swimming pools and it is limited only by the closure hour. It is possible to arrange a massage too.
The classic cinema with wooden seats and tickets for 65 CZK evokes a feeling of nostalgia and comfort.
The Cable car Černá hora
The Cable car Černá hora
The cable car connecting Jánské lázně and Černá hora was created in 1928. The regular summer service «Černohorský expres» from Jánské lázně to Černá hora follows the schedule from 9 a.m. till 6 p.m. The transportation of mountain bikes, mountain scooters and prams is for free. A regular bus from Pec pod Sněžkou, Velká Úpa and Horní Marešov ensures Your happy arrival to our apartment. You can thus buy a ticket valid for both the bus and the cabel car and you will get a voucher for 3 ways for the price of 2 way to 1. Giant mountain bob-sleigh in Relax park Pec pod Sněžkou. The schedule of the cable car is: 9.00, 9.30, 10.00, 10.30, 11.00, 11.30, 12.00-13.00, 13.30, 14.00, 14.30, 15.00, 15.30, 16.00, 16.30, 17.00, 17.30, 18.00 hod.
Trips to the surrounding environment of Jánské lázně
Look-out tower Černá hora
Following the red touring sign, the route from Černá hora to Pec pod Sněžkou goes from the top station of cable car around Sokolska and Černá bouda to Václavák. The route then continues in hill-side above Javoří stream to Kolínská and Pražská bouda, then on yellow and blue touring sign to Pec pod Sněžkou.
Educative miners path Berghaus. In the surrounding district of Černý důl, there are a lot of remains from past mining activity and you can see some of them along a km long footpath in the forest. You can find a depression created by an 80-m deep shaft of a buried uranium mine, a miner´s water flume, rock folds and entrance of a medieval mine. Ten boards along the route provide you with information about geological profiles, ore processing, maps of mines and photographs taken underground. The mining community is planning to further develop this path and possibly extend it to the underground.