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The Monuments of Třebíč

The Monuments of Třebíč

The monuments included in the list of world cultural heritage is surely a good reason for visiting Třebíč. But there is much more to be explored by the visitors, both in the town and in its vicinity.  You can find all necessary information at www.visittrebic.eu (EN)

Located in Central Europe in an area with the highest density of UNESCO sites in the world, Třebíč is the only place among UNESCO sites from which it is possible to reach other 11 UNESCO sites in the Czech Republic and upper Austria within a 2-hour driving distance. This makes Třebíč an ideal centre for tourists interested in UNESCO sites.

If you have any questions, you may contact the Info Centres; their opening hours can be found here»»

You can leave your car at one of the parking sites.

Why are the monuments in Třebíč included in the UNESCO List of World Heritage Sites?

Apart from Jerusalem, the Jewish monuments in Třebíč are the only ones to have been included in the UNESCO List of World Heritage Sites as a separate site.

More info at www.unesco-czech.cz (EN)


  • The Town Tower

Dominating the town square, the 75-m tall tower offers impressive view of the whole town. Leaven your memories of the town with views of the town by night. Information on how and when to go to the tower can be found here

  • The Windmill at Kancibork

A technical monument that still looks the same as in the 19th century. Although you cannot go inside, seeing it from the outside is worth it. 

  • Burgher′s Houses

The Painted House at Karlovo square with its sgraffito façade is one of the most beautiful and most well known historical houses in the town. It was built at the end of the 16th century by an Italian merchant, Francesco Calligardo, who opened a grocery shop there.

The Black House at the lower Karlovo square is one of the most beautiful Renaissance buildings in the town. 

You will definitely not miss the House at the City Walls (U Hradeb) at Karlovo square, as the "envelope" décor on its façade will catch your attention. After admiring the historic importance of the house you can stop for some refreshment in the restaurant U Hradeb with a summer terrace. 

UNESCO Sites - St. Procopius Basilica, the Jewish quarter and the Jewish cemetery. All these sites are connected by an educational trail called In the Footsteps of Abbots and Rabbis. The trail will give you interesting insights into the life of the two religions that, in Třebíč, do not conflict with each other, but blend and enrich each other.