Welcome to Třebíč, the only Jewish UNESCO sight in Europe. There are three UNESCO sights in Třebíč: a uniquely preserved Jewish Quarter, Jewish Cemetery and the Basilica of St. Procopius. Třebíč is one of the most beautiful “undiscovered” historic towns in the Czech Republic.
Czech Jewish Experience is a local travel agency that offers you a very special opportunity to experience local Jewish culture and traditions. You will get a chance to bake your own Jewish cookies, learn Jewish dances or taste local Jewish food and kosher wine. All these activities take place in historic Jewish houses where you can feel the spirit of a Jewish life. On top of this you will have your personal guide, meet local people and learn about interesting history of the Jewish Quarter. You can choose from 8 different experience packages. We recommend to plan your visit during the time of Jewish and historical festivals (summer) which will bring you unforgettable memories.
The history of Třebíč goes back to the 12th century when the construction of the Benedictine monastery started. The 14th century brings the first references of Jewish inhabitants in Třebíč. The Jewish Quarter is a historically unique complex of 123 preserved houses. Visitors can see and visit a synagogue, a museum of Judaism, a house of a Jewish shopkeeper and a Jewish Cemetery.
There are top-class hotels, exceptional restaurants and cafes, local brewery or a wellness center to enjoy in Třebíč.
The town of Třebíč lies in the middle of the Czech Republic near the main highway connecting Prague and Brno. It is about 160 km from Prague to Třebíč. The town is surrounded by beautiful untouched countryside which is perfect for trips or bike rides. There are two other UNESCO sights near Třebíč: Telč and Žďár nad Sázavou.
Travel agency Czech Jewish Experience can assist you to plan your vacation in the Czech Republic.
For more details visit our website: www.czechjewishexperience.com
- Contact: Linda Navrátilová
- Phone: +420 777 025 490
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
New York Jewish Travel Guide – Meyer Harroch