- 10. 5.celý denArtweek Liberec(Other events)
- 17. 5.(18:00)The Museum Night(Celebration)
- 24. 5.celý denNight of Churches(Other events)
- 30. 5.celý denRainbow storm(Celebration)
- 22. 8.celý denBohemia Cantat 2019(Concert)
- 7. 9.celý denEuropean Heritage Days(Other events)
- 5. 10.celý denLiberec Nature Run 2019(Competition, tournament )
- 16. 11.celý denTheatre Night 2019(Performance)
- 11. 5.celý denHvězdicová cyklojízda(Other events)
- 18. 5.(8:00)Národní potravinová sbírka(Other events)
- 31. 5.celý denSalming Nisa Open 2019(Competition, tournament )
- 14. 9.celý denLiberecké vejšlapy - memoriál Františka Korala(Other events)
- 19. 9.celý denOslavy 100. výročí založení chemického vojska(Celebration)
Its history goes back to the time when trade routes to Germany and Poland led through the location. As traders found crossing Ještědský hřeben too hard, it was necessary to set up a resting place. At that time Liberec used to be an open market village. The first notes on a town date back to 1352. In the first half of the 16th century it gradually changed into a vassal town. Liberec used to be the second biggest town in Bohemia. There were 3 consulates, 50 textile factories and 60 metalworking factories.
Nowadays Liberec offers various tourist attractions. The city boasts of numerous important buildings, such as the City Hall, F. X. Šalda Theatre, Museum of Northern Bohemia, Ještěd Viewing Tower, Babylon Leisure Centre and other cultural and historical sights. Liberec is also an ideal place for walks or hiking tours in its environs or in the Jizerské hory.