Jablonec nad Nisou (Czech pronunciation: [ˈjablonɛts ˈnad ɲɪsou]; German: Gablonz an der Neiße), known locally as Jablonec, is a town in northern Bohemia, the second largest town of the Liberec Region. It is a mountain resort in the Jizera Mountains, and also a local centre for education, and is known for its glass and jewelery production. From 1938 to 1945 it was one of the municipalities in Sudetenland.
Restaurants in Jablonec nad Nisou
5 based on 45 reviews
We have been to other glass museums before but this one also has beads. You can see mostly Czech glass and and beads of course but also some Italian and German and even English. There is also a collection of coins and things made out...MoreThank you for you kind comments as well as your rating!
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 18 reviews
We visited the factory and museum one Monday in February and it was a very interesting experience. First, we learnt the history of the production of wooden toys in the factory (we identified) many toys we and our parents played with when we/they were children and then a young smiling lady enabled us to pass through the factory explaining us how the toys are produced from the beginning (wood) to the end (toy). Her speech was well-adapted to the very young audience (children) who was very interested in the various machines and procedures. At the end of the visit she mentionned that our children could make some wooden toys for themselves in the workshop. For a price of 40 Czk we had a bag of colorful wooden pieces (certainly having been eliminated from the production as substandard) and a cup of glue. My son spent next 2 hours by connecting the pieces with the glue making fantastic toys and he was not all alone in the workshop - it was full of children! A cosy coffee shop next to the workshop allowed us to take a quick basic lunch (only cold food and drinks). The factory shop offers all the products the factory produces for a direct sale (not those it produces p.e. for Ravensburger and others).
4.5 based on 21 reviews
it is not bad to visit this castle but and from outside it looks not bad. however when finally you reach the castle after 1.5 km trakking you would expect that you may enter it for free as there is Nothing inside beside stones. these are only ruins there so why to pay,,,,
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.
5 based on 4 reviews
Vodní nádrž Josefův Důl navštěvujeme pravidelně každý rok,jelikož je okolo ní nádherné prostředí a příroda Jizerských hor....Dá se celá obejít jak pěšky ,tak na trekových kolech a může sloužit jako výchozí bod pro výlety do jiných částí Jizerek... Na samotné přehradě se parkovat s autem nedá,ale cca 1 km od ní, na parkovišti " Hrabětice u kapličky" se dá zaparkovat bez problémů za 100kč na den a k přehradě vede široká asfaltka lesem..Na cestu okolo přehrady si připravte cca 4hodiny pomalé chůze s přestávkami.. Po cestě okolo přehrady jsou informační cedule s nákresem přehrady s vyznačeným bodem ,kde se zrovna nacházíte,což umožnuje orientaci ,jak daleko ještě budete muset jít...lepší je přijet k přehradě dřív z rána,jelikož kolem poledne je již na cestě celkem dost lidí jak na kolech tak pěšmo...Okolo přehrady se dá jít i s kočárkem..
4.5 based on 25 reviews
If you have time in mala skala, or you have just come back from a trip on the river, take a short hike up to Vranov. The trail starts behind the pizzeria, and goes up for about half an hour.
When you arrive to vranov follow the tour by numbers going into the castle and above on the rocks.
Nice views and an impressive place.
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 27 reviews
Nice place to visit in the hot summer! Water is relatively clean, area is nice. Not crowdy, a lot of space. You can park your car just in 100 meters in any parking space close to buidlings for free.
The only negative thing was we've seen a lot of wasps. Probably because of very hot summer in CZ.
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.
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