The hotel is situated in the middle of the Jewish UNESCO quarter in Třebíč. There are two other UNESCO heritages about 60 km far away from Třebíč - Historic center of Telč and Pilgrimage Church of St John of Nepomuk at Zelená Hora in Ždár nad Sázavou. You can also visit other UNESCO sites (about up to 120 km from Třebíč) - Tugendhat Villa in Brno, Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape, Gardens and Castle in Kroměříž, the historic centre of Kutná Hora and other places.More
The hotel is situated in the middle of the Jewish quarter which was inscribed together with St. Procopius Basilica as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003. There are not so many places on the world that can so clearly demonstrate the coexistence of Christian and Jewish culture already from 14th century as in Třebíč.More
35 km faraway from Třebíč (30 min. by car) The town Telč was founded in 13th century as a royal water fort on the crossroads of routes between Moravia, Bohemia and Austria. The most significant sight is the town square with well-conserved Renaissance and Baroque houses, the Renaissance chateau with rich interior and the arcade-quadrangle.More
49 km faraway from Třebíč (50 min. by car) Baroque-gothic Pilgrimage church at Zelena Hora is a unique work of the of czech-italian architect Jan Blažej Santini-Aichl. The church was built in 1719-1722 and was registered in the list of monuments protected as World Heritage by UNESCO in 1994.More
60 km faraway from Třebíč (1 hour by car) The Villa is together with the German Pavilion in Barcelona (1929) one of the most important pre-war work of an architecture Mies van der Rohe who set new standards of modern living. They call this type of modern architecture functionalism. The author is considered to be one of the fathers of modern architecture of the 20th century. The Villa Tugendhat was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001.More
94 km faraway from Třebíč (1hour, 45 min by car) The renaissance castle from the second half of the 16th century is an excellent example of an arcade castle based on an Italianate style. Despite reconstruction of the interior at the end of the 18th century, outwardly it has retained an almost unadulterated renaissance appearance, including the unique sgrafitto facades and gables. A number of commercial buildings and a garden have also been preserved. Gardens and castle were inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999.More
95 km faraway from Třebíč (1 hour 35 min by car) The Landscape has been the UNESCO heritage since 1996. The complex of about 250 m2 consists of beautiful chateau from 1222, chateau buildings, garden houses and statues bordered by ponds and an extensive park.More
105 km faraway from Třebíč (1 hour 55 min. by car) Former royal town Kutná Hora and the neighoring town Sedlec have been UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1995. Among the most important buildings in this area are gothic St. Barbara´s Church, the Stone house and the Cathedral of Our Lady in Sedlec.More
123 km faraway from Třebíč (1 hour 20 min. by car) The town"s main landmarks are the Baroque Bishop"s Palace from 12th century and the chateau garden with a rotunda. They are located in the middle of Kroměříž and were inscribed in UNESCO list in 1998. The garden of Italian form was established by Bishop Karl II von Liechtenstein-Kastelkorn in 17th century.More
130 km faraway from Třebíč (2hours, 23 min by car) This memorial column, erected in the early years of the 18th century, is the most outstanding example of a type of monument specific to central Europe. In the characteristic regional style known as ‘Olomouc Baroque’ and rising to a height of 35 m, it is decorated with many fine religious sculptures, the work of the distinguished Moravian artist Ondřej Zahner. The Holy Trinity Column was inscribed in the UNESCO list in 2000.More
Experience the two-day stay in the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Třebíč!
Use the discount on accommodation in our hotel. Třebíč is perfect location for a weekend trip.
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