Muzeum veteránů Nová Bystřice

Is the first and largest museum of American pre-war cars in Bohemia.

Castle Raabs an der Thaya

Raabs an der Thaya is one of the earliest stone castles built in the area of today's Austria. In the 11.-13. In the 19th century, the castle and the village (first mentioned in 1100) at the confluence of the Moravian and German Thaya rivers formed the center of a so-called "royal district", from which a county directly subordinated to the German Reich developed

Slavonice

Slavonice (German Zlabings) is a city in southwestern Moravia in the Czech Republic. This area is also called Česká Canada. Slavonice is located on the border with Austria at Slavonický potok at about 512 m above sea level. M. The historic city center was declared a municipal monument reservation in 1961.

Slavonice is only 8km away from our baroque castle

Telč - UNESCO heritage

Telč (German Teltsch) is a Moravian town in the Czech Republic in the Vysočina region in the district of Jihlava, whose city center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Slavonické podzemí

The underground passages in Slavonice form one of the oldest parts of the city and are connected with the gothic buildings from the 13th century.

Pevnostní areál Slavonice

It is the most important military-technical monument and at the same time the best exhibition of a fortification of the pattern 37 in the Czech Republic, at present there is only one museum of this kind in the region Jindřichohradecko.

Nová Bystřice, Regional Narrow Gauge Railway Museum

The museum is located at Neubistritz station. The historical center of Neubistritz has been declared as a town monument.
The city is located near the Austrian state border. Less than 2 km from the border crossing Neubistritz - Grametten and 5 km from the city center is the northernmost point of Austria. The city is an ideal starting point for hiking and cycling through the nature reserve of the Czech Canada. Neubistritz can be reached from Jindřichův Hradec either by motor or steam train on the 33 km long narrow-gauge railway or by car on the II / 128 and II / 152 road.

Castle Dačice

The chateau in Dačice was built at the end of the 16th century in the Renaissance style, later it was rebuilt in Baroque style, and in the first half of the 19th century in the Empire style.

Hrad Landštejn

Romanesque fortress in the woods of the Bohemian Canada

Hrad a zámek Jindřichův Hradec

The third largest area of its kind in the Czech Republic offers visitors unique buildings and interiors that can not be seen anywhere else.

Hrad Bitov

The castle Bítov (German Vöttau Castle) belongs to the municipality Bítov in the district Znojmo in the Czech Republic. It is located about 25 km northwest of Znojmo above the Želetavka, not far from its mouth in the Thaya.

Bítov Castle is one of the oldest castles in Moravia. It was first mentioned in 1061 as a sovereign possession and belonged to the defense system against Austria.

Hrad Roštejn

The castle Roštejn (German Rosenstein) is located six kilometers north of Telč in Okres Jihlava in the Czech Republic. Its location on a rocky promontory offers a good view over the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands.

The castle was built after 1339 by the brothers Meinhard and Ulrich IV of Neuhaus. The first burgrave was Martin von Mutice (Mareš z Mutic). In the 16th century, the castle was rebuilt by Zacharias of Neuhaus to a hunting lodge. The 53 meter high heptagonal Gothic tower is still accessible today.

Zámek Vranov nad Dyjí

The area of today's South Moravian Vranov with the life-giving river Thaya has been invited to settle since primeval times. At the latest in the eleventh century, after the occupation of Moravia by Prince Ulricus, a border fortress was established here as part of the Thaya defense system.

Zámek Jaroměřice nad Rokytnou

Chateau Jaroměřice nad Rokytnou is located in Jaroměřice nad Rokytnou in Okres Třebíč Czech Republic. Jaroměřice nad Rokytnou is one of the largest Moravian buildings of the first half of the 18th century

Castle Gilgenberg

Castle and Aegidiuskapelle lie above the Feinitzbach, about 1.5 km north of Waldkirchen an der Thaya. From the old castle, only meager wall remains have survived. Like the chapel they lie on a rock about 8 m high.

The castle can only be visited from the outside, the chapel is mostly blocked.

Zámek Uherčice

The Renaissance chateau was built on the site of a Gothic festival in the 16th century on behalf of Krajíř of Krajek. After World War II, the spacious object slowly decayed. It is currently being reconstructed. The restoration work can be followed during the visit. The castle includes a former baroque garden and an extensive forest park.

Zřícenina hradu Cornštejn

The castle Zornstein (Cornštejn) stands on a strategic position on the western side of the hilly corner, which is surrounded on three sides by the river Thaya, near a high-level settlement from the late Stone Age. Her German-speaking name was intended to express the strength and firmness of the castle.

Znojemský hrad

The extraordinary location in which the castle of Znojmo is located gave the people a favorable environment already in the 4th millennium BC. From the early Bronze Age comes a significant find of a depot of 70 pieces of bronze ingot. The promontory was obviously an ancient place of worship, and it was no coincidence that it was later chosen by the Bohemian Duke Konrad I and his son Luitold as a place to build a new wood-clay castle.

Castle Karlstein

Karlstein Castle is located on a steep cliff in Karlstein on the Thaya in Lower Austria. Karlstein is first mentioned as Chadelstain in 1112.

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Attractions in the area

The surroundings of Staré Hobzí are beautiful and invite you to linger. If you take a few days off, there are some interesting - and not too far away places - which you can also visit.

We have listed below a small selection of your possible destinations. More information about these places can be found on the respective website.