Vysočina Region: When Christian and Jewish Heritage Goes Hand-in-Hand
Romanesque basilicas, mysterious Gothic cathedrals, opulent Baroque churches, monasteries, pilgrimage sites, Stations of the Cross, romantic chapels or mysterious Jewish landmarks... Czechia is literally covered with sacred buildings with a magical atmosphere. You can visit three landmarks inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage list to explore Czech spiritual history in the Vysočina Region. Třebíč, Žďár nad Sázavou and Telč should definitely be on your itinerary!

Take a look around Vysočina, a Baroque landscape even after more than three hundred years since the end of the era. Picturesque, idyllic and gracefully undulating. A countryside where you can walk or cycle to get out of the town and see the onion-shaped towers of churches, chapels, wayside shrines and long alleys along the roads. At the end of one of those, a star “shines” – one of the most remarkable pilgrimage churches in the world.

Get carried away with the mysterious face of Vysočina, represented by the unique Jewish landmarks. You will not find such a well-preserved Jewish town as in Třebíč anywhere else outside Israel!

Discover Czech Sacred Landmarks!

Czech Sacred Heritage

Czech Sacred Heritage

Jewish landmarks unparalleled in Europe, breath-taking Romanesque basilicas, monumental Gothic cathedrals and richly decorated Baroque churches. The variety, quantity and uniqueness of its sacred landmarks are the true Czech treasure. Where to start exploring? You can bet on the Vysočina Region. It is where you will find some of the most remarkable spiritual places. You must not miss the towns of Třebíč, Žďár nad Sázavou and Telč when wandering through Czechia. They are all protected by UNESCO.