History and Present
The main feature of the town is undoubtedly the Church of St Mary the Helper from Hvězda built in the Baroque style by the Count Wolf Jindřich Nothaf of Wernbergu during 1729 –1732. One will notice the unusual hexagram layout of the Church and two cupolas with stars. The interior boasts one of the two copies of the picture of the Madonna with a Child by Lucas Cranach.
Other points of interests: St Anthony Chapel and St Barbara Chapel, Stations of the Cross with the St Anne Chapel, the Špičák railway tunnel (the longest tunnel in the CR being 1747 long), Manor House, Barabů cemetery, Prince Chapel, Memorial to Adolf Kašpar
The town also houses several restaurants, pizza places, cafés, bars, exchange offices, shopping centres, hairdressers´, beauticians, sun parlours, Casinos, betting office Fortuna, taxi service, garages, banks: Česká Spořitelna, ČSOB Banka, 2 cash machines, pharmacy, doctor’s, municipal authorities, police.