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Wonderful historic place for a day or an afternoon.

Such a gorgeous and historic town. There are various locations and museums that are FULL of... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Todd M
Jasper, New York
Most authentic unspoiled mediaeval town in Europe.

Unlike most tourist towns, this one is still relatively unknown and unspoiled. It's a gem, off the... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Gerald D
Kentwood, Michigan
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Zizka square, Tabor 390 01, Czech Republic
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Such a gorgeous and historic town. There are various locations and museums that are FULL of historical information especially "One-Eyed Zizka". The buildings are exquisite with great places to eat and shop. We did not visit but the underground catacombs are a huge hit with...More

Thank Todd M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Unlike most tourist towns, this one is still relatively unknown and unspoiled. It's a gem, off the beaten path. This was a lunch stop, but it deserves a weekend. Largest collection of houses with sgraffito decoration (a two color plaster technique) in one place I've...More

Thank Gerald D
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Piece of czech culture, religion and on of famous places to visit in our country. Good restaurants and histirical buildings to walk around.

Thank Roman S
Reviewed 1 January 2018

Visited on Wednesday 11th October. We were passing through Tabor and stopped here for awhile to have a look around and some lunch. Well worth doing.

2  Thank Michael-4551
Reviewed 20 October 2017

This lovely namesti, surrounded by historic baroque and renaissance buildings, including the town hall and baroque church, statue of Jan Ziska, the Hussite leader, and with lots of places to eat or drink is a delightful area. Leading off are the many cobbled narrow streets,...More

Thank Gregory D
Reviewed 11 October 2017 via mobile

Town square Is real heart of Tábor. IT is Surrounded by beautiful narrow streets, restaurants And café everywhere. All the old town looks nice and pitoresque. Town was established in the beginning of 15th century during religion And civil war. Even comunists didnt destroy it...More

Thank Vaclav_Sl
Reviewed 24 July 2017

Zizkovo Namesti is the Town Square of Tabor, a city in the Bohemian Region in Czech Republic. Here you can see a lot of beautiful buildings and facades, the Town Hall (where the Hussite Museum is), the main church of the city and Jan Zizka...More

1  Thank AlbertSalichs
Reviewed 8 November 2016

Surrounded by buildings of varying architectural styles...a feast for the eyes. And if you're hungry...there are lots of places to fill your stomachs with food and drink! In the center is a statue of Jan Zizka...a well known Hussite commander who played a huge role...More

Thank Linda B
Reviewed 3 October 2016

This square is in the historic centre of Tabor. The patrician houses around the square are of varying architectural styles and there are several eateries. The tourist office issues audio guides (in Czech, English, and several other languages) on payment of a deposit, so you...More

Thank Robert D
Reviewed 2 October 2016

Well-preserved medieval town square in lovely and historic Tabor. Great place to enjoy a beer in the afternoon sun,

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