Nový Bor is a town in the Liberec Region of the Czech Republic. The town is located on the edge of a mountainous region, which influences the local climate.
The town is sought after for its natural scenery and extensive forests in summer as well as winter. Hiking, cycling and cross-country skiing in the winter are made pleasant by many well marked tourist trails as well as many pubs, camps and B&B. The city dominant is the mountain Klíč (759 m), offers breathtaking views over a large part of Northern Bohemia, all the way to Germany and Poland on the North and Krkonoše mountains in the east to almost the outskirts of Prague in the south.
The town is also the location of the regional Glass Museum, a renovated baroque church from 1792 and many historical buildings. Hundreds of small glass factories in the surrounding picturesque villages offer tourists a chance to see the making of various glass products, often made to order on the spot.