Kudowa’s charms attract strollers, hikers, skiers and cyclists (see “Attractions” for details) a wide range of interesting spots await.
Some, like the famous Bear Cave of Kletno (www.jaskinia.pl) with its fantastic underground route, are well known all over Poland. Kletno is also the site of a less known underground education route in the old uranium mine (www.kletno.pl). The old gold mine of Złoty Stok greets dungeon explorers (www.kopalniazlota.pl), the Tower of Kłodzko tourist spot gives a taste of mysterious history and military constructions (www.twierdza.klodzko.pl).
The castle of Książ and the Wilczki waterfall in Międzygórze are worth a trip, as is the Wampierzyce temple with it’s monumental facade and baroque interior (www.wambierzyce.pl). Duszniki – a health resort near Kudowa – is a home to the Museum of 18th Century Papermaking with a paper mill which is still running today (www.muzpap.pl). Duszniki are worth a visit during the annual Chopin Festival.
Kudowa attracts music lovers during its Moniuszko Music Festival which has been organized for 50 years every August.
Kudowa is also a fabulous place as a base for a day trip to Prague (about 150 km). One may organize it oneself or use services of a travel agency.