Surroundings

In the immediate vicinity of the hotel there are many places of interest worth visiting. Here we offer a selection of some of them, we will be happy to advise you more at the hotel reception.

Town of Třebíč

The silhouette of Třebíč is created by the Town Tower at the Church of St. Martin with the largest clock face in Central Europe. Třebíč boasts the second largest square in the Czech Republic. The most important monuments are the Basilica of st. Procopius, the Jewish Quarter and the Jewish Cemetery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Other sights include the Kapucín Monastery with a church, a windmill and the Orthodox Church of st. Wenceslas and Ludmila …

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Town of Telč

The first written mention of the town dates back to the early 14th century. The core of the town can be considered the most valuable monument reserve, so in 1992 the town was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its dominant feature is a Renaissance chateau, a Jewish cemetery and a synagogue, and the annual Holiday Festival in Telč takes place here every year.

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Pilgrimage Church of St. Jan of Nepomuk

The church was built between 1719 and 1722. The structure of the church is based on the geometry of a circle, and repeatedly features the number five as a reference to the five stars of Jan of Nepomuk, according to legend these five stars appeared above the body of the dead saint. The architect of the work is J. B. Santini – thanks to its uniqueness, the church was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List…

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Babylon Lookout Tower

This stepped stone building on the Green Hill (491 m above sea level) near Dalešice Dam is the second oldest observation tower in the Czech Republic. It was built in 1831 by Count Haugwitz for the purposes of assessing the so-called stable cadastre. It is 40 m high and 105 original oak stairs lead to the summit. In good visibility the peaks of the Alps or the White Carpathians can be seen…

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Dalešice dam

Dalešice dam is a pumped-storage water reservoir that lies on the Jihlava River. It was built between 1970 and 1978 and is one of the largest in Moravia – the water level is 22 km long. Its main purpose is to supply the Dukovany Nuclear Power Plant with water. The reservoir is also used for recreation, in its vicinity there is a large number of private cottages and several campsites, like “Hartvíkovická beach”. Since 2012 there has also been a sightseeing steamer “Horácko”…

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Mohelenská Hadcova steppe

On an area of approximately 53 hectares, there is a national nature reserve, the Mohelenská Hadcova steppe, which is one of the most valuable localities in the Czech Republic, but also in Europe. It is a unique area on a serpentine base where, thanks to specific conditions, unique types of steppe vegetation and animals of dwarf stature, called nanisms, originated…

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Jaroměřice nad Rokytnou

The dominant feature of the town is the Baroque chateau with the adjacent temple of St. Markéta. The chateau also features a French-English stylised park with rich sculptural decorations. The chateau has a rich musical-cultural history, music festivals are often held in the park, as well as the annual Petr Dvorský International Music Festival.

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