Výlety villages and towns Kraj Vysočina

Havlíčkův Brod

In the Czech Republic we can find only a few towns that bear the name of their famous native, but Havlíčkův Brod is one of these handful. We are talking about Havlíčkův Brod, a district town in the Vysočina region, which was named after the…


Where Moravia clashes with Bohemia, lies the town of Jihlava, the center of the Vysočina region, the oldest upper town in the Czech lands. Currently, Jihlava has more than 50,000 inhabitants and can be found in a picturesque hilly landscape, surrounded by…


The district town of Pelhřimov is located at the south-eastern edge of Bohemia and southwest of Humpolec. In the landscape valley between the banks of the river Bělá, the picturesque and ancient Pelhřimov is literally hidden.


Although territorially falls under the Vysočina region, many consider it a gateway to southern Bohemia. It is one of the most beautiful towns in the Czech Republic, located east of Jindřichův Hradec and known as Telč.

Třebíč - Jewish quarter

Maybe few of you have any idea how valuable a unique thing we can see in Třebíč. The local Jewish quarter has been preserved in its entirety to this day, it is the only completely preserved Jewish quarter in Europe and outside the region of Israel…

Žďár nad Sázavou

It is a district town, which stretches in the middle of the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands near the border of Bohemia and Moravia and belongs to a certain part of the Žďárské vrchy Protected Landscape Area. The town, known as Žďár nad S…