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Třebíč is a hidden gem nestled in the Vysočina Region of the Czech Republic. Known for its UNESCO-listed Jewish Quarter and St. Procopius Basilica, this enchanting town beckons travelers with its rich cultural tapestry and vibrant history. Read more

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Situated on the Jihlava River, Třebíč offers a plethora of historical sites, scenic spots, and culinary delights. The town is most famous for its Jewish Quarter, which is one of the best-preserved Jewish ghettos in Europe. It stands as a poignant testament to the coexistence of Jewish and Christian culture for several centuries. The St. Procopius Basilica, another UNESCO World Heritage Site, showcases an impressive blend of Romanesque and Gothic architecture.
Apart from its monumental structures, Třebíč offers a delightful range of experiences for its visitors. From leisurely strolls along the Jihlava River to hiking in the nearby Bohemian-Moravian Highlands, nature is always within reach. It's also a gateway for exploring the wider Vysočina Region, where you can dive into local folklore, taste traditional Czech dishes, and discover charming villages that dot the landscape.

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The most famous sights
What to do in Trebic

Jewish Quarter

A UNESCO World Heritage site featuring well-preserved synagogues, schools, and residences, capturing the essence of a bygone era.

St. Procopius Basilica

A striking example of Romanesque-Gothic architecture, also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Třebíč Castle

Originally a Benedictine monastery, the castle now serves as a museum and cultural center.


This area near the Jihlava River is perfect for leisurely walks, offering picturesque views of the town and the basilica.

Bohemian-Moravian Highlands

A natural area perfect for hiking and cycling, located just a short drive from Třebíč.

Hrotovická Reservoir

A popular spot for boating and swimming, particularly during the summer.

Museum of the Highlands

Learn about the culture and history of the Vysočina Region, with exhibits ranging from archaeology to modern times.

Church of St. Martin

A beautiful church dating back to the 13th century, featuring Gothic and Baroque elements.


A nearby hill offering panoramic views of Třebíč and its surrounding areas.

Traditional Czech Pubs

Don't miss the chance to try local Czech beers and traditional food in one of the town's many authentic pubs.

What else to visit
In and around Trebic

Cervena Lhota (9.36 km)

Nestled amidst lush forests and serene waters in the South Bohemian region, Červená Lhota is best known for its enchanting red château that appears to float on a lake.

Namest nad Oslavou (20.34 km)

Nestled on the banks of the Oslava River, Namest nad Oslavou is a picturesque Czech town boasting medieval charm, a stunning chateau, and natural beauty. A haven for history lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, this hidden gem promises an enriching experience.

Telc (30.95 km)

Mesmerizes visitors with its well-preserved Renaissance architecture, cobblestone streets, and scenic ponds. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Telč is an unmissable stop on any tour of Czech history and culture.

Zelena Hora Monastery (40.89 km)

Stands as an architectural marvel, blending Baroque and Gothic styles in a stunning, spiritual setting. A UNESCO World Heritage site, this unique pilgrimage complex offers visitors a sublime experience of art, faith, and history.

Pernstejn (41.23 km)

Set in the Czech Highlands, Pernstejn is an enchanting locale defined by its grand castle, often called the Marble Castle of the Czech Republic. A bastion of history and nature, it captivates visitors with its inspiring landscape and rich past.

Brno (53.03 km)

Brno, the second largest city in the Czech Republic, is a harmonious blend of historical monuments and modern life, all set in the picturesque surroundings of South Moravia.

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