The conference venue, hotel Troyer offers wellness and spa services available at your disposal; you can relax during various therapeutic treatments, wraps, massages, in a pool or sauna.

Frenštát pod Radhoštěm is a picturesque town located in the district of Nový Jičín in the Moravian-Silesian Region. The town of Frenštát pod Radhoštěm lies in the middle of the picturesque landscape of the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy Mountains, between the confluence of the Lubina and Lomná rivers. It is the gateway to the Beskydy Protected Landscape Area and a centre of mountain tourism and winter sports thanks to the nearby Pustevny.

Trojanovice is a village in the Nový Jičín District in the Moravian-Silesian Region. It lies at the foot of the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy Mountains under the massifs of Noříčí hora (1047 m above sea level), Radhoště (1129 m above sea level) and Velký Javorník (918 m above sea level).

If you are considering to prolong your stay when the international scientific conference Economic and Social Policy is finished, we recommend you to visit the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy Mountains. Below, we offer the possibilities of spending the time for rest in the surrounding areas, both in summer and winter.

Surroundings in Summer

There are two golf courses in the vicinity of the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy – in Čeladná and in Ostravice. Those who like hiking can travel to the Beskydy Mountains, whose most famous peaks are Lysá hora, Smrk and Gruň and the mountain saddle of Pustevny. If you prefer a bicycle, the area also offers plenty of cycle tracks. Beer lovers can visit the local ‘Beskydský pivovárek’ brewery. There is also a quaint open-air museum in the nearby Rožnov pod Radhoštěm.

Surroundings in Winter

Hiking enthusiasts can go up the Beskydy Mountains in winter as well. You can ski or cross-country ski in the well-known ski resorts of Bílá or Mezivodí. The less demanding visitors will find their ideal place for skiing on the slopes in Pustevny, where one can enjoy their stay with delicious regional cuisine and its specialities as well as the fascinating architecture of the local wooden houses.