A tip for a short walk around the most important monuments for easy orientation in the city centre. Kostelní ul. (kostel, infocentrum) – Komenského ul. (pěší zóna) – Mírové náměstí (radnice) – ul. Gen. Mrázka (divadlo, pošta) – ul. 28. října (exportní vily) – Horní nám. [...]
Significant branches of industry formed Upper Lusatia for centuries and as such left their mark on the countryside and the towns and cities. The most important economic branches were opencast lignite mining, the glass and textile industries and engineering. Imposing witnesses to this industrial culture and unique technical monuments still hint at how many people were able to secure their livelihoods and their daily lives thanks to these branches of industry. Come and discover their secrets with us!
Ještěd is a destination for hikers and nature lovers all year round. The Ještěd transmitter (designed by architect Karel Hubáček) with its well-known mountain hotel and restaurant stands on the peak at a height of 1012 m. The structure takes the shape of a hyperboloid under rotation [...]
Not many cities can boast such a large number of art nouveau buildings as Jablonec. If you like decorative façades, lines, curves, shapes of a botanical nature or masks (three-dimensional decorative elements in the form of human or animal faces), set off with us in search of [...]
During our walk, we will set off from the rectory and have the opportunity to follow the gradual development of Jablonec architecture from the baroque through to the interwar period. The atmosphere of a fin-de-siècle in Jablonec manifested itself unusually strongly. This was caused by [...]
Bramberk rises as a distinctive peak with a lookout tower to the north of the township of Lučany nad Nisou. A number of marked and unmarked tracks lead up to the tower. The somewhat strange, albeit well-established name is associated with the name of a nearby [...]
Few other places have as many monuments and crosses recalling the sites of the unlucky fates of people from the past as the Jizera Mountains. They are a phenomenon of this landscape and discovering them has become something of a passion for some enthusiastic hikers. They [...]
The Museum of Glass and Costume Jewellery in Jablonec nad Nisou is the only one of its kind in the world. Its exhibitions constitute one of the largest collections of glass in the Czech Republic, a collection of costume jewellery unique in Europe and the largest [...]
Visit 15 technical monuments and points of interest in Jablonec and the wider environs with us. The varied selection includes lookout towers, water-engineering structures, museums, a railway line and a windmill. All of the places are open to the public and are excellent trip destinations, either on foot or by car. You can see with your own eyes that our region offers a number of technical spectacles in addition to natural beauty.
The new town hall in Jablonec nad Nisou (the seat of the Municipal Authority) was built in 1931–1933 and it is an excellent example of the functionalist architectural style. The most demanding undertaking financed by the town was the new town hall, which (along with [...]