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Seven things to do in Trebon

Seven things to do in Trebon

Why spend your holiday in Trebon?

Czechia has a lot to offer. If you like the atmosphere of medieval towns not crowded by tourists, then Trebon is for you. This town, located about 150 kilometres away from Prague and reachable both by train and by bus, is a pleasant blend of picturesque historical attractions, authentic experiences, and deluxe relaxation at the local spa. It’s possible to visit it in one day, but your best bet would be a weekend there – just enough time both to traverse the distance and try out the myriad of activities on offer. The must-see attractions are the Trebon Castle, the Augustian Monastery, the Church of St. Gilles and Virgin Mary the Queen, and Trebon’s square. All together they constitute an urban conservation area. The natural centre of this well-preserved medieval town is the picturesque Masaryk Square. The baroque and renaissance houses of the 16th century make it one of the most beautiful squares in South Bohemia. Its most significant building is the Old Town Hall. A renaissance stone fountain in the middle adds a pleasant, graceful atmosphere to the square. Here are seven things for you to do in Trebon.

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