Trips and sights

"Moravian Venice", "pearl of the Highlands", "lake rose", "stone poem", all these examples rightly belong to Telč - a city of six thousand located on the border of Bohemia and Moravia, a city that will surely captivate you with its beauty.
Telč probably grew up in the middle of the 13th century at the crossroads of two land routes. The date of the town's foundation is unknown, but the oldest monument of the town dates back to the beginning of the 13th century. Ducha. In 1339, the Telč estate passed from royal hands to the lords of Hradec. They transformed Telč into a medieval water fortress, protected by ponds, moats, walls and gates.
The Renaissance seal was imprinted in Telč by Zachary of Hradec, the most important figure in its history. The original Gothic castle has been transformed into an impressive Renaissance mansion with a rich interior preserved to this day and a beautiful arcaded courtyard. Professional Italian artists helped transform the Gothic dwellings into neat houses with gables and arcades.
The Baroque completion of the town took place under the Slavat and Liechtenstein - Kastelkorn. In the 17th and 18th centuries, the Jesuit order was located in Telč, which also contributed to the present appearance of the town with its construction activities. The historic core of Telč was architecturally closed and new construction in the 19th century was already carried out beyond its borders.
In the 20th century, a new cultural and economic life flourished in the city. Telč came to life and grew. But between the ponds and the gates, she kept the charming face of Zechariah's time. This is also the reason why the historic core of the city was inscribed on the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List in 1992.

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Tourist attractions in Telč

Tourist attractions in the area

  • Landštejn 33 km - a castle with well-preserved walls and the possibility of an entrance without a guide
  • Dačice 12 km - castle built at the end of the 16th century, made the first sugar cube in the world
  • Kostelní Vydří - Carmelite monastery, a famous place of pilgrimage, located directly near Dačice
  • Lookout tower Oslednice u Telče 1,3 km
  • Slavonice - 25 km, renaissance burgher houses on two squares, a gothic church with a town tower
  • Třebíč - 34 km, Romanesque-Gothic Basilica of St. Prokop, a Jewish ghetto with two synagogues, the largest tower clock in Europe (diameter 7.5 m), in 2003 was the historic core of Třebíč included in the list of UNESCO monuments
  • Jihlava - 29 km, ZOO one of the most beautiful zoos in the Czech Republic, the Jihlava underground, the second largest labyrinth in the Czech Republic, observation tower, water paradise - swimming pool
  • Třešť - 14 km, synagogue - year-round exhibition of wooden nativity scenes
  • Nová Říše - 10 km, Premonstratensian monastery with a preserved rare library
  • Hrad Roštejn - 8 km, hunting castle from the 14th century, during the holidays you can take part in weekend night haunted tours
  • Jindřichův Hradec - 39 km, a monumental set of a castle and chateau - declared a cultural monument in 1996, belongs to the largest monument complexes in the Czech Republic
  • Hrad Štamberk - 7 km, the ruins of a medieval castle, the ruins are freely accessible, the rocky sea, protected natural stone creation in the Štamberk nature reserve
  • Míchova skála - 3 km from the castle Štamberk, a granite rock with a wide view of the region
  • Pelhřimov - 30 km, museum of records and curiosities, observation tower
  • Javořice - 10 km, the highest peak of the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands, 837 m above sea level, 500 m below the top of the Well of the Lord
  • Mrákotín - 7 km
  • Dobrá Voda - u Mrákotína, on the hill stands the chapel of St. Jáchym and Anna from the 17th century.
  • Šiškův Mlýn - well known golf course

Hotel U Černého orla Telč

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