You may notice a relatively dense network of public transport stops in Jablonec, which is served by buses. The timetables and the map of the network can be found on the Jablonec transport website. You do not need any tickets! However, this does not mean that the journey is free. You can enter the bus through the front door and buy the ticket directly from the driver at no extra cost. 30 minute’s travel costs an adult 18 CZK and a child 4 CZK. If possible, it is always best to have the right change when purchasing a ticket.
Bus line number 101, which will take you to Bedřichov in the Jizera Mountains or to Rychnov u Jablonce in the opposite direction, is something of a rarity. The tickets on this longer route cost 24 CZK for an adult and 6 CZK for a child.
Sportspeople can download the winter timetables to Bedřichov here.
The bus station terminal is used for both internal city transport and intercity transport. See the map below.
The trip by tram to neighbouring Liberec is sure to be a treat. The Jablonec nad Nisou – Liberec line is a narrow gauge track and the longest intercity tramline line in the Czech Republic. Part of the line leads through the forest. It was constructed between 1947 and 1955. The tram is marked with the number 11 (the timetable).
The embarkation point in Jablonec is located at the Tyrš Gardens. You can pay for the ticket directly using the automated ticket machine in the tram.