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Trebon &Telc &Slavonice UNESCO Sites Tour

7 900.00 

Price is up to 2 people
Surcharge for additional person is CZK 500. Maximum 6 people
8 hours  155 miles/240 km
9AM till 5PM

Visit three UNESCO protected sites within one day. Travel through striking South Bohemian countryside and former iron curtain forbidden zones.

Our first stop is at Trebon, which is a small spa town with a well-preserved historic centre.Trebon is surrounded by a unique system of fishponds and artificial canals, designated as UNESCO World Heritage site. From Trebon we continue to Telč, UNESCO protected historical heritage town. Telč’s square houses are the most remarkable example of Renaissance architecture in Central Europe. The last but not least is the stroll through a true 16th century Renaissance jewel and off the beaten path village of Slavonice. Highlights of this trip are tasting of Trebon Regent beer, lunch with locals in Telč and a perfect souvenir from this trip – local folk colourful whimsical ceramics from Maříž, Slavonice.

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First we visit a picturesque town of Trebon, which is a small spa town with a well-preserved square houses and splendid castle. We reach Trebon around 10AM. The history of this charming town is very closely connected with a long tradition of fish-farming. Most of Bohemian carps Czech people have on Christmas Eve for dinner come from this region. We start our sightseeing at one of the largest ponds in Bohemia called the World, which is right at the former city moat and by the local brewery Regent believed to be one of the oldest ones in Czech dating back to 1379. Trebon is surrounded by a unique system of fishponds and artificial canals, designated as UNESCO World Heritage site. The stroll through the caste courtyards, gardens, Trebon square and crooked alleys takes as about 1 hour. It is very easy walk as the Trebon area is completely flat and that is why Czechs love to spend their perfect cycling holidays here taking advantage of miles of forest trails around fish lakes and meadows. As a refreshment, why not to try local Regent beer. Now we drive to Telc UNESCO protected city. It takes us about 1.5 hours.

Telč is a hidden jewel like a fairytale little town. Telč is the finest example of the Italian Renaissance north of the Alps.The square houses look like almost unreal with their original richly carved Renaissance 16th century facades. Amazing is that the size of the square was planned already in the 13th century and still is big enough for the local community needs. The square and few alleys around are surrounded by two charming fishponds and romantic castle with extensive gardens. The facades of the houses that surround the main square were the reason why Telč was added to the UNESCO list of world cultural heritage in 1992. Even in high season, you will be pleasantly surprised how quiet Telc is when compared to other touristy destinations in Central Europe. We can have sit-down lunch in a pub close to the square to experience what local people usually eat at lunchtime.

It is only about half an hour to Slavonice from Telc. The local road takes us through former iron curtain areas as Slavonice is 1.5 miles from the Austrian border. In Communist times, as a part of the iron curtain, the village was a zone with restricted public access.Local residents had to carry on at all times permanent residence cards to be able to enter and leave Slavonice. It is a miracle that the original, 16th century sgrafitto facades survived those terrible times and it was possible to restore them back to what they used to be when originally built in Renaissance times. It is truly of the beaten path village. Yet UNESCO protected site, it keeps its unique character of “the middle of nowhere place”. Slavonice is famous for local folk colorful whimsical ceramics called Maříž – a name of a little village about 1.5 miles away where it originates from. It is a genuine and affordable souvenir. Journey back to Český Krumlov takes about 2 hours. On the way we will pass former WWII defence bunkers and Landstejn medieval fortress. Expect to eb back to Český Krumlov around 5PM.


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