Meziměstí - a small town in the Broumov region is the youngest town in the Náchod district. Not that it wasn't here before 1992. But then it was given the status of a city. Despite its small size, there are several reasons in Meziměstí to visit this border place. There are several Baroque churches and even a Baroque castle in the area. However, the Walzel leisure centre and the AQA Land Meziměstí public swimming pool are also great attractions.
The former weaving mill, built more than 150 years ago, has undergone extensive renovations to offer leisure entertainment to local and more distant guests. In the complex just a short walk from the train station you will find for example:
The public swimming pool in Meziměstí AQA Land, as the name suggests, is not just about swimming, but about health and sports in general. In the complex, there is a swimming pool, a children's pool and a recreational pool with various water games and a 60-meter long water slide. In addition to playing in the water, you can also play football, tennis and other games on the outdoor court, go mini golf or play climbing frames and slides. If you are planning a trip for a longer period of time, you will also find something to eat in a fast-food restaurant at AQA Land.
You can get to Meziměstí from our apartments by direct train connection in 20 minutes.