When you enjoy sights and nature in Trebic, you may want to check out some cultural activities. You can go to the Pasáž Theater on Masaryk Square or to an exhibition or concert in the National House. If your legs aren’t yet tired, and you want to dance, Paradise, Black & White, Golem or Club R are the most famous nightclubs. The greatest attraction in Trebic is the annual festival of Zamosti, which features the most famous musicians of the Czech commercial and alternative music scene, attracting thousands of visitors every June.
How to Get to Trebic?
You can easily get to Trebic by bus from Prague or Brno. We recommend you to buy tickets online at GoEuro. Anyway, the most comfortable way to Trebic is to go by car (Rent a car in Brno or Prague) as the city lies just off the D1 motorway.
There are several hotels and guesthouses in the city, but if you want to really experience the Trebic atmosphere at night, we recommend Joseph 1699, which is located in the former poverty line. This is one of the newest hotels in Trebic; others mostly come from the times of the totalitarian regime. You can find out more about Trebic directly from the official website of the city.