Telč town is known for the breathtaking historical square in the Czech Republic.
The UNESCO heritage town is located in the southern part of Moravia region. According to the legends, its origins date back to the 11th century, however the town is first mentioned in the books in the 14th century.
Your first step should lead to the square where you can just sit at one of the cafés or restaurants, enjoy the moment of stillness and admire the colorful Renaissance and Baroque houses with high gables and arcades.
Although highly popular amongs foreigner visitors, the town has managed to kept its quietness and a very intimate atmosphere.
is a gem of the Moravian Renaissance architecture. The chateau was originally a gothic castle built in the 14th century, century later it was rebuilt into a Renaissance style. Its original interiors remained in very good condition. Many of them are representative examples of the intervention of Italian art in Czech Republic. You can also take a walk in the English-style built park by the chateau.