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Beautiful caslte absolutely worth a visit. Visiting is only possible with guides tours, which as in our case may turn out to be only in Czech, but the rather detailed handout and the beautiful interiors make it worth it even if you don't speek Czech.
Telc is build around an iconic castle, which was rebuilt after a fire in 1530. Town wasn't damaged in WWII, so these are original buildings not replicas. Was here for a quick lunch stop, so no time to go inside.
Historically, the tiny hamlet of Telc was established in the mid-14th century as a wayside, moated fortress, commanding a junction of the main routes between Prague and Vienna, probably by the ruling Hradec dynasty in the region thereabouts. Assessing the strategic significance of the site,...More
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!
We'd looking forward to visiting the zamek for many years and were not disappointed when we got inside. We were guided around with about 15 other tourist, mainly Czech. We were given a transcript of the zamek tour as the guide only spoke Czech. As...More
It's a small family chateau and we did the family home, not the big galleries. The guide was in Slovac but I loved it, seeing how people actually lived. It's a shame that more isn't available of the home, but I thought it was fabulous.
It doesn't matter if you know Czech Republic's history or not. Chateau & its history is definitely interesting & preserved nicely. You can take some wonderful pictures here & there's a lot from old times to observe & understand.