Discover the best top things to do in Telc, Czech Republic including Historic Centre of Telc, State Chateau Telc (Statni zamek Telc), Marlenka Rasna Horse Stables, Muzeum Techniky, Church of St. James (Kostel sv. Jakuba), House no 15, Sv Ducha (Church of the Holy Ghost), Jezuitsky kostel Jmena Jezis (Jesuite Church), Rozhledna Telc, Golf Resort Telc.
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4.5 based on 399 reviews
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 the Lichtensteins in the early 20th century.
Home to a mere 6000 permanent residents, this UNESCO-rated gem has been painstakingly revitalized to its original Baroque, Renaissance glory, resplendent in its pastel-hued facades and Sgraffito decor. Surrounded by numerous eateries and tiny souvenir shops, it has become a tourist favorite in the Bohemian/Moravian highlands.
The impressively-ample Namesti Zachariaste z Hradec (square) is graced with beautiful statuary and the magnificent Mariann column, as well as religiously-themed statuary and fish-pond. The square is dominated by the State Chateau at the far end and the soaring, 50 meter Tower of the Holy Spirit at the main arched entry-port.
A great pity that a totally-unnecessary private car-park was permitted to blight such a pristine historical treasure...
A must-visit when touring this part of the country.
4 based on 120 reviews
The Telč Chateau is open for public. There are two exhibition routes: The first shows Renaissance halls (admission 140,- CZK per adult) and the second leads through the flat of the last castle owners (admission 100,- CZK per adult). Both of them are fantastic!
Photos without flash are allowed.
There are seasonal Exhibitions, too. Curently it is an exhibition about the movie The Proud Princess. Admission for the exhibition is 100,- CZK per adult.
If you are going to visit only open air areas (the court and the garden) you have to pay 10,- CZK.
The Telč Chateau is more than worthy of being one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
5 based on 40 reviews
We are running a small stable for horse riding tourism with a calm and relaxing atmosphere. Marlenka Rasna stables is placed in the heard of the Rasna Mountains, where is beautiful, still clean and state protected surrounding countryside. We offer experience horseback riding for riders even beginners. Our most successful offer for riders is 1/2 day horse ride to the hunting castle Rostejn with the visit of the castle and picnic. Than 90 min. walk for beginners to the Stamberk castle ruin. We are happy to be close to Unesco protected historical and touristic town Telc. We are ready to lend you helmets and riding boots for free. If you need, we can arrange car transport from Telc and back for you. You will have a great time by us with our horses.
Lenka provided my daughter a very nice afternoon. It's a small operation and therefore very personal. One on one horseback riding in the beautiful surroundings of Rasna. My daughter loved going into the lake on the horse (and the horse "Gaston" loved it as well,...MoreDear Ronald, thank you for visiting Marlenka Rasna and thank you for your nice words in the review. Best wishes, Lenka
5 based on 17 reviews
Well worth visiting, I had a lovely time there. Everything in very good condition and a super variety of 'old timers'. The proprietor speaks a little English and is very obliging and knowledgeable. Found a working order 1955 Series 1 Land-Rover inside, that made my day!
4 based on 25 reviews
The parochial Gothic St. Jacob’s' Church with the huge 60 m high tower with two bells (Jacob and Maria) was built in the 14th century. It soon burnt down and in the 15th century it was built again, as a late-Gothic two-aisled church. After the arrival of Jesuits (middle of the 17th century) the Black Chapel, sacristy and oratory were added. The sacristy and oratory were demolished during the reconstruction in 1892. The deambulatory was added in 1737. The organ-loft is built within the nave and the original Baroque organ from 1725 can be seen there. It was closed when we visited. The archway was open to public.
4 based on 15 reviews
This unique house on the corner in the town square, with its sgraffito biblical motifs dating back to the 16th century ( the crucifixion ) and portraits of saints is beautiful to see. The paintings were discovered and restored in 1952.
4 based on 21 reviews
Church of the Holy Ghost: (tower of St. Spirit from the first half of the 13th century, 49 m high) the originally Romanesque Church of the Holy Ghost is the oldest preserved historical building in Telč. It was enlarged in 1414, when the town hospital was added, and reconstructed in the Gothic style at the end of the 15th century. At the end of the 18th century it was closed and then it was used as a town theatre in the middle of the 19th century. It was renewed after the First World War. The tower dominates the cityview. So the tower is easy to find, the church itself not at all. We meandered through streets, the tower in sight and whitout finding the church itself. By luck and not affraid to speak Czech language, I found the desired spot. Next to the entrance of the tower (one can climb it for a small fee and admire the Panorama over Telč) ther is an Inn with an outside Seating. If one asks overthere to see the church, one of the staffmembers opens a large wooden door. Through the glass one can have a glimps of the interior.
3.5 based on 12 reviews
The church was closed when we visited. It is located at the Market Square. Even from the city suburbs one can admire the belltowers. Jesuitská college was founded in Telc thanks to the Countess of Slavatas 1655th Gradually expanded the workshop and gymnasium. Worked to repeal Regulations 1773rd The biggest baroque complex in the city then served the Army and education.
3.5 based on 12 reviews
We read something translated from Czech about this being "open to the public" so we thought, "Cool!" What a view there'll be from up there! It wasn't easy to get there from town on foot - you can drive to a parking lot closer but we thought it would be a nice walk. It wasn't. It was really confusing to walk behind the rail station - once we got to the tower the way was pretty clear but coming from town it wasn't clear or well marked. When we arrived we were surprised to find that it was locked up tight, only open to the public Sat & Sun 10am-4pm at this time of year (September). From the sign it appears to be open Nov-March only by prior arrangement for groups, April, May, September, October: Sat & Sun 10am-4pm and June to August Tuesday-Sunday 10am-5pm. 15Kc entry fee for an adult. On a clear day this would have great views of the surrounding countryside. Be forewarned that this is a mobile network tower emitting tons of powerful signal...if you are worried about your mobile phone giving you brain cancer, this is probably not the place for you!!
4.5 based on 3 reviews
We played the course on a beautiful summerday in July. Wide fairways gave a good score and i eillnot hesitate to recommend telc golf resort to All club golfers.
You can stay next to the golf club in and old manor house with restaurant, swimmingpool and tennis Courts. Just call the golf club for more details.
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