Třebíč, the town of UNESCO monuments is situated in West Moravia, on the southeast tip of the Vysočina region. Třebíč lies on both banks of the river Jihlava. The beginnings of the town are connected to a remarkable Benedictine monastery which was founded by Moravian princes in 1101. Owing to the rich history of the town, visitors can admire a lot of valuable monuments; the most notable ones, the Basilica of St. Procopius , the Jewish Quarter and the Jewish Cemetery are included in the prestigious UNESCO’s list of world cultural and natural heritage.
However, the town and its surroundings can satisfy not only history and culture lovers, but also nature lovers. Třebíč is situated in one of the ecologically cleanest areas of the Czech Republic. The scenic character of local landscape and clean nature create suitable conditions for relaxation as well as forms of active leisure, such as walking or cycling.
The town of Třebíč is therefore a place, where exploring the beauties of history and active leisure in unspoiled nature can be combined.
Visit Třebíč and find out yourself!