Międzylesie, located between the Bystrzyckie Mountains and the Śnieżnik Massif, has preserved its original urban layout with the characteristic market square, surrounded by charming stonehouses In the 12th century, the settlement gained city rights, but unfortunately, it was completely destroyed in the 15th century. According to the local legend, the only thing that survived was a castle tower, later called Czarna. For about 100 years, the town was abandoned and some people say that it was covered with forests. The new owners of these lands decided to revive the town. The 17th century urban layout survived in a form of a central market square. Perhaps the greatest attraction of Międzylesie is the castle, which consists of two parts – the older, renaissance-styled one and the newer, baroque-styled one.
From Międzylesie you can follow the trail leading to Trójmorski Wierch, a mouintain peak with the height of 1145 meters above the sea level. It is one of the six places in Europe, where the conglomerations of three seas connect. These include the spring of Nysa Kłodzka at the Western Slope, which is part of the conglomeration of the Baltic Sea.