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Vratimov was founded in 2nd half of 13th century in the time of colonization of Těšínsko by Wends. Today it is a direct follow-up to the municipal districts of Ostrava. Apart from the Catholic church of St. John the Baptist we can encounter here some miner ecclesiastic objects, monuments of the First and Second World War and busts of important personalities of Czech history. These include T. G. Masaryk or Jan Šverma in the centre of the town or a pair of busts of Jan Amos Komenius and František Palacký on the face wall of the school of T. G. Masaryk. On the territory of Vratimov there are several pleasant hidden places suitable for walks, jogging, or cycling tourism, which are also well equipped with rest inventory. They include especially a cycling track and tourist spot on the right bank of Ostravice, where cycling track 6064 starts and further rest places at the maintained forest path in Důlňák forest, through which the cycling track passes after leaving the centre of the town. Important background for free time use of local people and visitors of Vratimove is the big sports area consisting of open-air stadium, beautiful open-air swimming pool, tennis courts and table tennis hall.


Objects of interest:

- Důlňák forest

- Tourist spot at Ostravice river

- Centre of the town


Leisure time:

- Cultural centre

- Open-air swimming pool

- Tennis courts

- Volleyball court

- Cyklostezky



Sports premises with the possibility to practice various types of sports including the possibility to refresh ourselves.

Cycle tracks ? Vratimov is place that is supposed to become the start of a backbone cycle track connecting Ostrava with Beskydy, which will further continue through Řepiště, Paskov and Sviadnov to Frýdek Místek and beyond across Beskydy Frýdlantsko microregion up to the border with Slovak Republic.




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