Tips for trips

The city of Liberec and its surrounding offers many wonderful places and we chose thosewhich you might be interested in. Some of them are even part of our benefits.Each person accommodated in Milenium guesthouse has a possibility to rent apermit for 5 people in ZOO, free tickets for Dinopark Liberec. However, freetickets for Botanic garden,before you do so, you can read something abouthistory of Liberec on our webpage under link „O Liberci“. At some chosentourist destinations we even provide you prices and opening hours.

Tourist attractions you have to see in Liberec. 

The Jested tower

The Jested tower is the most famous symbol of the town of Liberec and the entire region. Everyone in the Czech Republic is familiar with the unique shape of the transmitter and the building of the Jested hotel situated at the top of the mountain of the same name reaching an altitude of 1,012 m. The author of the building, which has the shape of a rotating hyperboloid, is the famous architect Karel Hubacek. The building was constructed in 1966 - 1973 and is nearly 100 m high. Transmitters are located in the upper part of the tower. At the bottom, there is a restaurant and a hotel. From Jested, you may enjoy truly amazing views of the surroundings. In good weather, you can almost see Prague. A great trip you may take is a ride on electric bikes from our rental shop. Those who like winter sports may enjoy skiing on Jested slopes. Just take the tram from our apartments. The tram stop is just 100 meters away. Since 1998, Jested has been declared a cultural monument of the Czech Republic and in 2006, it became a national cultural monument.. Since 2007, Jested has been seeking its inclusion in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Opening hours and admission:
The transmitter and peak of Jested are accessible all year round for free. You may reach the top by car but not always. The upper parking lot has limited capacity. However, the best option is to leave your car in the lower parking lot and walk up to Jested s peak or ride our electric bikes. If you decide to go to the peak using a cable car, you will certainly not be disappointed. More information at

Lookout tower Liberecká výšina

Liberecká výšina lookout tower was built between 1900 - 1901. It was built by Baron Henry of Liebieg according to the plans of a Nuremberg architect professor Josef Schmitz. He wanted to emphasise the antique look of the tower as a medieval castle. That is why he used construction techniques of the Middle Ages. He also used old building stones from the St. Sebald church in Nuremberg dating back to the 13th century. This helped him to achieve the appearance of a medieval knight's castle. Even roof tiles were taken from old Nuremberg's houses. For many years, the lookout tower has been a favourite destination for tourists and people from Liberec. During the sixties of the 20th century, the building underwent reconstruction, during which valuable building elements and chamfering were destroyed. In the 90's of the 20th century, the building was closed due to poor technical conditions. It remained closed until 2012 when it reopened after 15 years thanks to European funds. Now it serves the public again. In addition to the 25 meters, high lookout tower you will find here a restaurant, accommodation and wellness services. Various events are held regularly here. In the summer, you may walk from our apartments to see the tower. The trip will take you no more than 1 hour (a slow walk), or you may use our electric bikes. In winter, you may take cross-country skis and follow the trail to get here.

Opening hours and admission:
The Liberecká výšina lookout tower is open from Monday to Thursday and on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. On Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Admission is CZK 30.00 for adults and CZK 10.00 for children (+ your free choice of a wonderful view).
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Lookout tower Lidové sady

The Lidové sady lookout tower was built at an altitude of 450 m above the sea level and offers beautiful views of the town of Liberec. It is right next to the ZOO, which makes it a popular destination for tourists. The tower is 32 meters high, although some sources say 33 meters or even 35 meters. There are 155 stairs which will take you to the top. The tower was completed in 1901 and there is a sandstone sign on the garden side which reminds us of this date. During the fifties of the twentieth century, the tower was closed due to unsatisfactory technical conditions. It was reopened in May 1998. You can get to the tower from our apartments easily by walking or by riding our electric bikes, which you can rent in our electric bike rental shop.

Opening hours and admission:
The Lidové sady lookout tower in Liberec is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The admission fee is 10.00 CZK for adults and 5.00 CZK for children over 10 years of age. There is no admission for children under 10.
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Civillian defence bunker in Liberec

Visit the largest civilian defence bunker in Liberec. In a 1-km-long underground labyrinth you may see a fully equipped underground bunker with, for example, a fully functional engine room and other original equipment. The exhibition also features 20 large-scale panels, where you can read about the Liberec underground system or other contemporary documents and exhibits related to the history of civil defence.

Opening hours and admission: unfortunately, the underground bunker is only open on the first Saturday of the month and must be booked in advance. Admission is CZK 50.00 for adults and CZK 30.00 for children.
You may book your visit at least one week in advance at or by calling 485 243 149.
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North Bohemian Museum

The Severočeské museum in Liberec offers visitors a really great deal. It was already founded in 1873. Yes, that is right, it is the oldest museum of arts and crafts in the Czech Republic. You will find here rich arts and crafts as well as regional and natural collections. There are also many events, including very interesting exhibits of the applied arts where you may chronologically follow the development of European applied arts starting in ancient times all the way to the present, the so-called "cabinet of photography", which presents monothematic sets of art or historical photographs which are constantly changed for new ones. Further, there is an exhibition called "Art Poster", an exhibition of mechanical musical machines, where you may see for example, flaskets, orchestrions, polyphones, pianos and other various musical devices. The most significant exposition is the so-called "Historical Exposition", which presents the history of the Liberec region from the 12th to the 20th Century.

Opening hours and admission:
Severočeské museum is open all year round, except for Mondays, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. On Wednesdays, it is open until 6 p.m. Admission fee is CZK 50.00 for adults (exhibition + displays) and CZK 20.00 for children (exhibition + displays). Family admission fee is CZK 120.00. There is no charge for children under 6. More at

Waldstein - houses

Valdštejn houses are located in Větrná street, at the Sokolovské náměstí. This street is only 53.3 meters long and 3.25 meters wide and it is one of the shortest and narrowest streets in Liberec. There are still three houses from 1678, 1680 and 1681. Their ground floor is partly timbered and partially bricked with plaster. The upper floor, including the front facade, is half-timbered and filled with clay screed. In the past, the entire Sokolovské náměstí, at that time called the "New Town", was surrounded by similar half-timbered houses. These houses were used to accommodate drapers. Houses may only be viewed from the outside but it is definitely worth seeing. From our apartments you can walk and get there within 10 minutes. For more information visit

Babylon centre in Liberec

The Babylon Centre in Liberec is the largest indoor entertainment complex in the Czech Republic. On the area of 30,000 square meters you will find a large aqua park with many water slides, pools and a wonderful wellness centre. There is also an amusement park with various attractions for children, iQpark - the first amusement and educational centre in the Czech Republic, a four-star hotel, a shopping town, restaurants and much more. The Babylon Centre was built in 1997 on the site of a former textile factory called Hedva. Currently, it is one of the most visited sites in the entire region. You may reach the Babylon Centre from our apartments by walking. It will take you approximately 15 minutes.

Opening hours:
The Babylon Centre is open all year round from Monday to Sunday from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. You may walk through the park for free, but you need to pay for individual attractions based on the current pricelists.
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The swimming pool in Liberec

The swimming pool in Liberec offers many attractions for everyone. For families with small children, there is a special children's water corner with small slides, water mushroom and other attractions. Everyone will certainly appreciate the two water slides. The older, red water slide is 107 meters long and the newer, stainless steel water slide is 150 m long. The facility also offers a 50-meter long pool with eight tracks and a diving section with 1 and 3-meter-high jump board and a 5-meter high diving tower. You may also use 25-meter long swimming pool, children's pool, whirlpools (including whirlpool with saltwater), wild river, a cave, steam and regular sauna, four-track stainless steel slide, 8.5-meter deep dive tower or Kneipp footpath with pebbles, cold and hot water).

Opening hours and admission:
Admission fee CZK 140.00 for adults and CZK 100.00 for children. The pool is open all year round from Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 9:45 pm, on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 8:45 pm and on Sundays from 9 a.m. to 6:45 pm.
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Takeyour children and visit the mysterious places of the Jizerské hory(Jizerske Mountains)

Do you want to get the coin of the Izerina Fairy who woke up in the heart of the Bukovec mountain and opened her treasure to all the children and not only to them? Become pilgrims and visit the mysterious places of Jizerské hory.
In order to get the coin of the Izerina Fairy you must have a special card. You can pick the card at any information centre in Jizerské hory or you may download it at There are eight mysterious places of Jizerské hory on the card. Routes to individual locations are described directly on the card. When you arrive at a designated place, you have to sketch the mark that is in the place. After collecting (sketching) all eight stamps, you may pick up the glass coin of the Izerina Fairy at the following infocentres:

  • Liberec City Information Centre
  • Jablonec Cultural and Information Centre
  • The Municipal Library and the Smržovka Infocentre
  • Frýdlant Information Centre

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