14th century originally Gothic castle was rebuilt into a Renaissance Chateau by a nobleman Zachariáš of Hradec. Several guided tours and a galery with exhibitions.
Iconic for Telč panorama, the Romanesque tower of the Holy Spirit is the oldest architecture in Telc. Open in summer months, view of the town.
A 34 m high steel structure on a hill at the edge of Telč. Apart from carying antennae, it also hosts a view platform.
Summer garden at the main square. Ice cream.
part of University
Telč is a charming, rather quiet town. It is certainly worth a stop if you are passing nearby, but there is not enough there to warrant more than a short stay unless you are particularly interested in history or architecture – it is the best preserved of all the Bohemian and Moravian Renaissance towns and the historical heart of the town was registered in 1992 on the UNESCO's List of World Cultural Heritage sites. It is astonishingly beautiful thanks to the surrounding fish-ponds that prevented the town spreading, thus preserving the perfect town square, built in the sixteenth century. There is also an interesting chateau from the same period.