Liberec

Liberec (German: Reichenberg) is nestled in the Jizera Mountains, at the foot of Ještěd mountain in the Bohemia] region of the northern [[Czech Republic.

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Ještěd Mountain

Is a well-known dominant of Liberec city with a famous tower on the top. The tower built in 60's has an unique hyperboloid shape, naturally extending the silhouette of the mountain. It serves as a hotel and TV transmitter. By good weather you can overlook most of northern Bohemia as well as part of Germany and Poland from the summit. Take a tram No 3 to ''Horní Hanychov'' and then either by hiking one of the trails or by cableway (60Kč ) to the top.

DO   —  Map

Centrum Babylon

Rebuilt from an former textile factory, the Babylon is one of the largest Czech entertainment complexes. It offers aquapark, lunapark, 3D motion simulator, golf simulator, laser game, wellness center an many others.

DO   —  Nitranská 1


Theatre of F.X. Šalda

Built in 1883 (same year as the National Theatre of Prague), named after František Xaver Šalda, an avant-garde playwright.

SEE   —  Zhořelecká 5

City Hall

The pride of the locals, a luxurious neo-Renaissance architecture built in 1888–93.



Liberec Castle

A Renaissance chateau with glass collection, but no public access to the inside.

SEE   —  Felberova Street

Dr. Edvard Benes Square

Main city square, named after the wartime president, Edvard Beneš.

SEE   —  Map


Kavárna Pošta

Viennese cafe, dances on Friday nights (with extra admissions)


Zoo

The first zoo in former Czechoslovakia, founded in 1919.

SEE   —  Masarykova 31


Church of St. Anthony the Great

A neo-Gothic church, no public access to the inside.

SEE   —  Železná Street

Café Praha

Belongs to Hotel Praha, with some veggie dishes.

EAT   —  Železná 2

Pension Bambino

Very nice apartments close to the city center.

SLEEP   —  +420 603 449 185 —  Heliova 287

Duli

Pizza and pasta on the 1st floor, more on 2nd.

EAT   —  Moskevská 4

Om Restaurant

For Indian and Nepalese & Himalayan foods

EAT   —  +420 485 111 293 —  Husova 23/9

Hotel Radnice

bar/restaurant

DRINK   —  Moskevská 11


Source: wikivoyage