Spring School on Analysis, May - June 2007
The village of Paseky lies in the slopes of the Krkonose Mountains in the North
Bohemia. The vicinity of the chalet is suitable for wonderful hiking trips.
Moreover, there are excelent facilities for various sporting activities such as
soccer, mini-golf, fitness center, snooker, darts and sauna.
Accomodation consists of rooms for two or three people. A single room can
be arranged demand if the capacity of the chalet allows. In such a case
additional EUR 100 will be charged.
How to get to Paseky?
The exact address of the chalet:
Sprava dalkovych kabelu
512 47 Paseky nad Jizerou 99
The distance from Prague to Paseky is approximately 120 km to the
north-east and time needed to cover that distance by car is maybe
close to 2 hours since the last kilometers you drive in an
almost-mountain terrain (approx 1000m high). The hills in which
Paseky lies are called Krkonose.
Now, let me try to describe you how to get there.
In Prague you should search for the highway to directions:
Mlada Boleslav, Turnov, Harrachov, Zelezny Brod. You leave
Prague on that highway, coming through towns Mlada Boleslav, Turnov.
Somewhere near the town of Turnov there is an end of the highway
and you continue on a ordinary road. You go to Zelezny Brod and then
to Plavy (in general, the direction should be always Harrachov,
but you should go through the towns which I mentioned).
The distance from Prague to Plavy is approximately 100 km.
Now: in Plavy you turn right to the direction of Zlata Olesnice
and then you follow the direction of Sklenarice. Sklenarice are
at the distance about 10-15 km from Plavy. Then, in Sklenarice
on the crossroad you turn left and after some 1.5 km you turn right,
following the arrow PASEKY. (Actually, the full name is Paseky nad Jizerou,
but it's often abbreviated to Paseky n. Jiz. or simply Paseky).
Then, after some 2 km you should be there. The hotel is located
on your right-hand side, it is a big house with a green roof.
When coming near to the hotel, there is a hill on your left-hand side
Anyway, I think it's worth to have a look at the map and to try
to find a way on the
map. In case you get lost on the map (because some
of the villages I mentioned are really small ones), Paseky lies some 15 km
away from Harrachov or Rokytnice, which are a bit bigger towns so that
they can be on the global map of the Czech Republic.
In any case, please, let me know
if you come by car or if you join us in our bus (just to know if we should
wait for you).