Saxony

Tour of Jablonné in Podještědí

Eastern gateway to the Lusatian Mountains

Petr Liška
Wrote 2176 articles and follows him / her 196 travelers
(1 rating)
Tour of Jablonné in Podještědí
Inserted: 29.07.2022
Author: Petr Liška © gigaplaces.com
Suitable for:
Excursionist
They been there:

Jablonné in Podještědí is a small town on the eastern edge of the Lusatian Mountains. Even so, you will find one impressive monument in the form of the minor basilica of St. Lawrence and St. Zdislavy, which can be seen from a great distance. In addition, there is also a nice main square and several historic houses. It is not only a good starting point for the Lusatian Mountains, but also for a trip to Lemberk Castle

Plague column in Jablonné in Podještědí

The best starting point for exploring Jablonné is the main Mírové náměstí. Its dominant feature is a beautiful plague column with several statues of saints

Plague column in Jablonné in Podještědí
Author: Petr Liška © gigaplaces.com

At Salvatore's

On the square you will find several interesting buildings, such as U Salvátora, where there is a restaurant.

At Salvatore's
Author: Petr Liška © gigaplaces.com

Corner house with a pastry shop

Probably the most interesting house on the square is the corner house with a pastry shop

Corner house with a pastry shop
Author: Petr Liška © gigaplaces.com

Minor Basilica of St. Lawrence and St. Zdislavy

Then we continue to the greatest monument far and wide – the minor basilica of St. Lawrence and St. Zdislavy. This building is more than 300 years old. Unfortunately, it is currently being renovated, so you cannot get inside

Minor Basilica of St. Lawrence and St. Zdislavy
Author: Petr Liška © gigaplaces.com

Construction in Školská street

If you have more time, go from the basilica along the green tourist route to the Lemberk castle (2.7 km), it is also possible to move by car. In its vicinity there are other attractions such as the Bredovská summer castle, chapels, stone arched bridge and Palmův dvůr. If you have less time, return to Školská street, where there is also a nice wooden building. You can also stand on the lookout tower in the former church

Construction in Školská street
Author: Petr Liška © gigaplaces.com
Applaud the author of the article!
Share it on:

Practical information

Thanks!

Have you been there? Write a review of this place

Already rated by 1 traveler

Have you been there? Write a review of this place

You must be logged in to post a review or