Liberec Region (Czech: Liberecký kraj) is an administrative unit (Czech: kraj) of the Czech Republic, located in the northernmost part of its historical region of Bohemia. It is named after its capital Liberec. The region shares international borders with Germany and Poland. Domestically the region borders the Ústí nad Labem Region to the west, the Central Bohemian Region to the south and the Hradec Králové Region to the east.
Restaurants in Liberec Region
4.5 based on 255 reviews
A modern science center with a 3D Planetarium and hundreds of original exhibits! A world of enchanting science and technology, amazing experiments and smart entertainment! You will meet the first and only humanoid robot in the Czech Republic, experience genuine astronaut training, experience a fire storm and dancing lightning, find out about the functions of the human body and the world around us - in short, you will find answers to all of your questions here. Stop worrying about what you do not know and allow yourself to be entertained by us. Every WHY has an entertaining BECAUSE here in iQLANDIA!
Looked forward to this one as the similar attraction in Plzen is so good. Didn't disappoint! Full of things to play with, temporary and permanent exhibits. They also have other facets like a planeterium cinema and robot lego creatures you can control. It's much better than the tacky babylon center across the street. Canteen was not fine dining but certainly not bad as some reviewers have stated.
4.5 based on 120 reviews
Unfortunatelly, we visited this wonderful place in February. So the outside garden was covered in snow. However, we enjoyed it very much. Even the kids admire wonderfully kept greenhouses. There are so many interesting plants even some Aquariums etc. We spent wonderful time there.
4.5 based on 121 reviews
Looks like multi-levels adventure park - from stone "forest" with narrow ways between "stone trees" in the bottom to cliffs with flat areas and breath-taking views where is such a pleasure to contemplate and ponder. Parking personnel if friendly and English-speaking (which is not very common).
4.5 based on 147 reviews
This place is small bu magical. The architectures are beauties to admire. Not to busy and not to slow. Gound a restaurant Radnice sklipek whe the servers were super exellent. And they appreciate a good tipper like me. Though it's not customary to tip in most of Europe I've always showed my appreciation for good setvice.
4.5 based on 308 reviews
Nice hike up, not too many people, you can enjoy the forest on your way up (or drive some part), the lookout tower itself is a must-see architectural gem by Czech architect Karel Hubacek built in the 60's/70's. Interior is kinda futuristic looking. There is a hotel, restaurant and a bar, definitely worth checking out.
4.5 based on 103 reviews
When in Liberec you should make sure to take a ride up in the Jested Cableway. Be prepared for a bumpy ride, especially if it's little windy, and quite spectacular views. Atop you can enjoy 360-degree views and a unique hotel/restaurant. Currently, a single ride costs 99 Kc, return ticket can be purchased for a discounted price.
4.5 based on 110 reviews
I live fairly local so I thought that I should try to boost the popularity of this gorgeous place. As others have already said this is more a Chateau than castle (a bit of Czech poetic licence). Beautifully appointed building with a relaxing garden and the most lovely orangery. The house tour is a bit brisk and yes you will have to read a pamphlet if you don`t speak Czech.
I can`t comment on the hotel because I do live close by; reliable friends tell me it is great, but with international prices, not the usual low costs associated with this country. However, opposite the main entrance gate there is a bar and restaurant that does cater for the more budget minded among us.
4 based on 355 reviews
The Liberec zoological garden is the oldest zoological garden in the former Czechoslovakia. It was founded in 1919, however, its roots can be dated back to the beginning of the 20th century. In an area of 14 hectares up to 160 species of animals from all continents can be admired.
We were a bit cautious in our expectations before visiting this zoo in relatively small town - but the reality was much above our expectation. Big territory, a diversity of animals, quite roomy volaries. Definitely not worse then in many European capitals.
4.5 based on 104 reviews
Visiting Frydlant castle is something different than visiting Castles on the other side of the very close Polish border, as somehow in Czech Republic the furniture and the collections were not looted and can still be found inside and viewed during the castle tours. As the castle is quite old (oldest parts from the XIV century I think) and big, it has a lot to offer to the visitors. You can only see it on a guided tour that start frequently once a group is formed and this makes the experience only better, as the guides are knowledgable and share many facts. If you like history, architecture or Castles, you will enjoy it. Please note that the guided tour takes approximately 1.5 hours, so plan accordingly.
4.5 based on 63 reviews
This site is quite small compared to other interesting geological sites we've visited. If you've never been to basalt columns (eg Giant's Causeway) it's worth a look if you're in the area, but don't go out of your way as it's not something phenomenal. Early morning or late evening is quietest otherwise lots of other visitors will be in your photos!
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