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A small town characterized by a square with renaissance houses covered with sgraffiti dating from the 14th to 16th centuries. Lot of traffic signs and parked cars spoils the overall impression of the beautiful square.
Beautifully decorated houses all around the town center and even in the streets beyond, popular with tourists traveling on bikes from Austria, although by no means crowded. This quaint town has a history dating back to 12th century and there are even underground passages one...More
I was told that Slavonice was once a border town separating Austria and the old Check Republic, but today it has become a haven for artists, writers and folks who enjoy riding bike in a beautiful countryside. I visited this small but beautiful town, still...More
Lovely little town just on the Austrian border. The place is like little Telc but different spirit. Love to walk through the main square. And fab is that just around the corner you still have gravel streets! Real medieval town! And try the new bike...More
Be prepared to discover this hidden gem. There are incredibly few tourists and the town is full of beautifully restored Renaissance homes. I recommend at least a day in the area. There are good accommodations, esp at Hotel U Ruze, where we stayed. Recommend having...More
As other reviews mention - small town with a village feel, great architecture and still very undiscovered by foreign tourist. Great for biking - rental possible near the center, inquire about a tour of underground catacombs, bring a book - perfect place to sip on...More
Its simply beautiful. The square is not big at all with special lazy atmosphere of the small village. Make a reservation at the Besidka hotel which is truly unique and enjoy the calmness of this place. There is many possibilities to make bike trips or...More