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Celtic Night


Celtic Night (Keltská noc) in Harrachov near Liberec is a festival with the best view of the surrounding landscape and at the highest altitude. You will experience a Celtic night full of stars in the landing pit of the mammoth ski jump. The festival is set for the second weekend in August.

After a year, music will once again start to sound under the mammoth ski jump in Harrachov. It is a unique event in which the landing pit of the ski jump is transformed into a dance floor and a stage with live music. The festival is organized by the Czech band Tři sestry, which invites their friends from the music industry. In the past, you could have seen Vypsaná fixa, Divokej Bill and Ivan Hlas.

The tent area is right next to the production area and so you’ll be really close to good music. As for food, in addition to standard festival refreshments, you can also try some of the Krkonoše specialties such as sejkory and kyselo.


When the early morning fog clears and the sunlight caresses the vague contours of hill peaks and observation towers begin to shine you are ready to go.  Get in a red cable car cabin and ride to the highest peak above the town of Liberec, w...

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