Studenec is a village in the foothills of the Krkonose that forms an administrative unit with Zalesni Lhota, which lies past Straznik hill (630 m a.s.l.). The environs of the villages are suitable for pleasant and quiet recreation in summer and winter, and the mountain resorts are easily accessible from here.
Village of the year as an excellent starting point for your hikes
Studenec and Zalesni Lhota offer very good conditions for pleasant recreation all year round. Several accommodation facilities can be found in the village, along with facilities for winter and summer sports. An interesting school arboretum and an educational trail can also be found in the village. The nature in the vicinity of the village is quiet and offers beautiful views in all directions. Studenec lies on the boundary of the Krkonose, Czech Paradise and the Podkrkonosi area, and can be used as the starting point in discovering the beauty of these renowned tourist locations.
Studenec has twice been declared East Bohemia’s Best Village of the Year and has also won a national award for environmental care and care of its greenery.
Historical Monuments and Semi-precious Stones
The Neo-Gothic church of St. John the Baptist, built in 1866–1868, is the cultural landmark of the village. A Neo-Renaissance palace dating back to 1883 is situated near the church. The village is also known for the occurrence of petrified wood and local semi-precious stones, and the Studenec quarry is an important geological site.
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