Višňová is located in the northwestern part of Frýdlantský výběžek. It extends on meadows along the Smědé stream, at a rather low elevation of around 250m.

The village consists of nine settlements. You will find there an unusual set of typical architecture of Upper Lusatia from the 18th and 19th centuries, namely rectangular houses with a timbered or brick ground floor and framed first floor.

West of the village there is a bizarre rock group named Pohanské kameny. On the outskirts of Víska there is a working historical hydraulic power plant, using the force of water in Smědě. In Andělka there is St. Ann's Church, dating back to the end of the 18th century, in which concerts are held. It is also a place of pilgrimage.

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