This is the thing to see in Telç. Wonderfully renovated houses in various styles lined up around a central court yard. The cars parked are a nuance to photographer. We came off season so the place was empty with nothing much happening.
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We spent two nights in this tiny but lovingly restored Renaissance town, dating back to the 14th century and established as a water fortress by Zacharias of Hradek. Over the following centuries the ownership of the town passed through various prominent Czech families, ending with...More
Telc is a small city with very beautiful main square - you can walk around on square, go to very close castle and climb a tower to see square from up (the view is just OK because tower is few hundert metres from square). You...More
There are unique buildings which are different from other historic area in major cities as we can feel something friendly. These are build not for king or higher level, but for ordinary citizens.
This town centre is absolutely amazing and no wonder it is a part of UNESCO World Heritage. I have been there many times and I always found something new there, something interesting on these amazing, colorful buildings from Renaissance era. There are a lot of...More
If even for an hour or two, a stroll around this remarkable and stunning town square is absolutely worth a visit.
When you go from Prague to south of Bohemia, lot of people are visiting Cesky Krumlov. This is really nice place. If you will have time go to Telc. What you will se there is really fascinating. The history of the city, which was not...More
So many visitors to the Czech Republic rarely venture very far from Prague. This is sad because the Republic is full of wonderful little towns, and one them Telc. This beautifully restored UNESCO site is a joy to wander as I have found on several...More