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Travel Blogs from Vysocina Region
... if you ask us, but interesting none the less.
After the baby tower we made our way through town, across the river and had our sights set on a large hill. The hill has a set of old castle stairs running all the way up it. Along the way the stairs intersect with old parts of the castle (I think). The actual stairs were closed but there were a ton of walking trails that took you up the hill. We made it almost to the top. We could have made it to the top but we wanted to ...
... Strolled around the medieval streets and found an authentic 14th century pub, being the first customers of the day enjoyed a local beer in front of a roaring open fire. Liked the place so much and the prices we stayed for lunch, endulged in some very nice traditional Czech food.
After staying the night not too far from Trebic's town centre, we decided to walked in to take a closer look. Roamed through the main street before heading up a nearby hill overlooking the town. Found a park bench with great views and lazed in the afternoon sun. Before night fall we drove a little further North, and by luck watched an amazing sunset. Pulled up in a rest stop for the night, hoping the clear skies remain and the weather is just as good ...
... so we did some quick window shopping and happy snaps before taking a walk in the park. The lake was frozen over, so we shared much laughs watching several ducks attempting to walk over it, but majority of the time it ended in them sliding on their bottoms. Too ...
... the silver mines. In the 14th century it became a royal city endowed with monuments that symbolized its prosperity. Today Kutna Hora and the neighboring town of Sedlec are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Among the most important constructions we would like to name the following:
- St. Barbara's Temple
- Cathedral of Our Lady
- Sedlec Ossuary
- Czech Museum of Silver