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Solan is an important year-round recreational and tourist destination. There is an undemanding trail for hikers and cyclists, which is maintained for cross-country skiers in winter. From the top there is a beautiful view of Radhost, Smrk, Knehyne, Lysa mountain and Javorniky ridge. From the hotel to the east you can walk up the ridge to Bumbálka (Czech-Slovak state border), on the way you can visit the tower Sukenicka. On the other side of the ridge you can walk across the top of the Dancer to Vsacky Cab or Dily, where the restaurant is located.

Ski areal Solan - Vrchol (600m)

Our hotel includes Ski Resort Solan - Vrchol, which is located near the hotel. The resort is located on the north-eastern slopes of Solan, at an altitude of 861 m.
Overlooking Radhost, Smrk and Lysa mountain and less than 4 km of slopes, it is the largest ski resort in the Vsetin area. There are four ski lifts and seven ski slopes of different difficulty. This is a choice for both beginners and experienced skiers. The hotel ski bus will take you to the resort at regular intervals. For more information visit Ski areal Solan.

Soláň Bell Tower Information Center (300 m)

In 2006 a new bell tower was built, which serves as an information and art center, which offers visitors a permanent exhibitions of the work of Wallachian artists, painters, sculptors and woodcarvers. The exhibitions usually include a sales exhibition and souvenirs.

Velke Karlovice (6 km)

Church of Panna Maria Snezna – wooden baroque church, since 1958 it has been listed as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic.
Karlovice Museum – permanent exhibition about life in Wallachia and exhibitions of paintings by famous local artists.

Karolinka (10 km)

Karolinka Glass Museum – here you can see the skills and art of current and former glass masters. Possibility to purchase glass items and souvenirs.

Kohutka (22 km)

Kohutka peak is located on the border of the Czech Republic and Slovakia. At the top there is a ski resort, information center and restaurant.

Roznov pod Radhostem (18 km)

It is located in the heart of the Beskydy and Vsetin mountains at the foot of Radhost mountain.
The Wallachian Open Air Museum – offers a unique opportunity to find out how the Wallachian region used to be. The museum is concentrated in three localities – Wooden town, Wallachian village (fields are cultivated with native crops such as bushes, sheds, gengel, etc.) and Mlynska dolina (mill, sawmill and iron-mill are in operation, cattle and poultry are kept here traditionally).
Jurkovicova rozhledna – a unique building was built according to the plans of architect Dusan Jurkovic, stands on Charles Hill above the Wallachian Open Air Museum (480 m.).
UNIPAR – exclusive manufacturer of interior candles, excursions and shop.

Pustevny, Radhost (21 km)

On the ridge above Roznov pod Radhoštěm is a memorable mountain Radhost, a symbol of Wallachia. The starting point for the trip is Pustevny. It is accessible by car from Prostredni Becva. There are, among others, historical wooden buildings by architect Jurkovič. On your way to the top you will stop at the statue of the pagan god of hospitality, fertility and crop of Radegast.
Stezka Valaska – on Pustevny you can also visit a wooden trail in the clouds, which is 15,2 m high at the highest point from the ground and 660 m long. Enjoy a pleasant walk overlooking the surrounding mountains and towns all year round.
Beautiful ridge road with a view of the entire panorama of the Beskydy will lead you to the top of Radhost (1129 m). There is a chapel of Cyril and Methodius, built in its basic form in the years 1896-1898. In front of the chapel stands a sculptural group of Slavic legends, installed on top in 1931 and a stone cross from 1805.
For lovers of less crowded tourism is ideal route along the tourist trail from Dolni Becva (about 8 km) or from Roznov (about 10 km).

Lesna, Zlin (60 km)

Zoo – Zlin Zoo is a unique place where visitors can see animals of all continents in a natural organic park with free range. The ZOO and the park can be visited in all seasons.
The beauty of the place is complemented by a magnificent historical castle park more than 200 years old. Visitors will be attracted by its English style and 1150 species of rare trees and ornamental herbs. The park is one of the most dendrologically valuable chateau parks throughout Moravia. The park with lots of flowers, lakes, fountains and waterfalls is dominated by Lesna chateau, which is renowned for its woodcarving interior decoration and extensive collections of porcelain and silver.

Sacred place at Svaty Hostyn (64 km)

One of the most visited sacred places in the Czech Republic is Hostyn mountain (735 m) with its Marianska shrine.

Teplice nad Becvou (55 km)

Abyss – is the deepest Czech, but also Central European abyss, whose dry part, which can be seen, has a depth of 69,5 m. In the flooded part is the latest measurement from 1995 confirmed depth of 205 m. Near the abyss is a typical funnel sinkhole.
Spas – are known for their mineral water rich in carbon dioxide.
Zbrasovske aragonite caves – a unique cave system created by the simultaneous action of atmospheric and warm mineral water.

Frenstat pod Radhostem (27 km)

The Beskydy Sky Trail – 1,800 meters long, includes an exposition of birds of prey, including the majestic golden eagle, and an attractive 90-meter aerial walkway where people can learn about the lives of tree crowns.
Jiri Jaska Ski Jump Area is located in the local part of Horečky. Currently there are four ski jumps in the ski area.

Koprivnice (39 km)

Tatra Technical Museum – extensive collection of Tatra cars and trucks and other products of this Koprivnice company.

Stramberk (42 km)

Town of folk architecture of Wallachian timbered cottages from the 18th and 19th centuries. The most famous confectionery product is Stramberk Ears.
Stramberk castle – stands on the rocky peak of the so-called Castle Hill, it is a significant dominant not only of the picturesque town of Lašsko, but of the whole region. From the once mighty medieval castle, several fortification walls have been preserved, and above all the reconstructed watchtower tower – Stramberska truba, rebuilt in the early 20th century into a tourist lookout tower.