Tourist attractions in the Czech Republic

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Mt. Smrk

Mt. Smrk (1124 m a.s.l.) This is the highest point of the Czech part of the Jizerské Hory (in English: Izerskie Mts.). In 2003 a scenic tower was opened, before which extend magnificent views, stretching with good weather conditions and visibility...

Obří sud

In Czech, ‘obří sud’ means ‘huge barrel’. Obří sud is a restaurant in the shape of just such a barrel several kilometres from the cosy health resort of Lázně Libverda on the Czech side of the border. In 1931 a terrace was added, providing a splendid...

Lázně Libverda

Lázně Libverda This health resort was settled thanks a strong and healthy rooster who was found to be drinking from a spring of mineral water. Today treatment is provided here for patients with heart diseases and nervous system disorders....

Hejnice

The Annunciation of the Holy Mary Church (in Czech: Chrám Navštívení Panny Marie) was raised in the years 1722-29. Frescos decorating the walls of the church were painted by Professor Groll from Vienna and the winged altar originally present was...

Zamek Frydlant

Zámecká 4001 |
Located in the Czech Republic, close to the Polish border, this is the oldest castle museum in Central Europe. It presents historical furniture, glass and porcelain, along with an extensive collection of weapons. Worthy of the attention is the...

Harrachov

The town of Harrachov is a Czech centre for winter sports famous for its Mammoth Ski Jump Tower and the beautiful waterfalls on the Mumlava river, the Mumlavské vodopády. It offers a chair lift up Mt. Čertova hora (1,022 m a.s.l.), the Museum of...

Bozkov

The Czech town of Bozkov and its surroundings are famous for the local dolomite caves (in Czech: Bozkovské dolomitové jeskyně). These form a maze of underground corridors and crevasses, with stony cornices, different types of dripstone and...

Liberec

A Czech city famed far and wide for its marvellous Botanical Garden (in Czech: Botanická zahrada). This has seven pavilions housing carnivorous plants, orchids, camellias, ferns, cacti, bonsai, Australian flora, a rosarium, an alpine garden,...

Železný Brod

Železný Brod is a Czech town renowned for its Municipal Museum (in Czech: Městské muzeum v Železném Brodě), which presents the history of 19th century glassmaking and guild equipment, an old school room, guild workshops, 19th century clothing,...