Welcome to Třebíč
In the past, the medium-sized Moravian city of Třebíč rarely made it onto travellers' itineraries. This changed in 2003 when Unesco placed the city's nearly perfectly preserved former Jewish Quarter on its list of protected World Heritage Sites. While the quarter is small, it's unique in the Czech Republic and worth searching out if you're coming this way. In addition, take in the impressive St Procopius' Basilica, another Unesco site. Třebíč is best approached as a day trip from Brno or Telč, though there are a couple of decent overnight options if you want to stay.