Kłodzko is one of the most beautiful towns of the Lower Silesia region with over 1,000 years of abundant history shared by Czechs, Germans and Poles. These three cultures have had the greatest influence on the development of the town, its economic and social life, as well as its shape and nature. Over the years, Kłodzko served a number of vital economic, social, and military functions within the region. It was a trade settlement, a town of craftsmen and merchants, and a military garrison. It was also a town of important events, a mecca for artists, and an influential religious centre. Today, Kłodzko is a popular culture and tourist centre in the Kłodzko Valley, and the capital of Kłodzko County.

The Kłodzko town square is surrounded by historic tenements, which were once occupied by local craftsmen, merchants, and nobility.

This beautiful temple is the oldest preserved church in Kłodzko.

Muzeum země kladské

The Museum of the Kłodzko Land is located in the baroque house of the former Jesuit boarding school

Saint George’s and Saint Adalbert’s church of Christ the King and the Poor Clares convent.

The Kłodzko Town Square is an integral part of the historical old town developments.

Kladská pevnost

The Kłodzko Fortress is one of the most glorious and important historical monuments in Lower Silesia.

The church has a rich history, with is closely tied to the history of the Kłodzko Franciscans.

We are not certain of its exact date because the information from legends and chronicles is rather inconsistent.

Podzemní turistická trasa

The 1000 Years of Poland Underground Tourist Route was mapped out in Kłodzko’s underground labyrinth in the 1960s.