I have read many suggestions to visit this town. And one day I decided to travel there to see if all those suggestions are eligible. Before travelling I found this basic. “Telc is a town in the southern Czech Republic. It’s known for its Italian Renaissance architecture including the chateau, formerly a Gothic castle, with carved wood ceilings. The Highlands Museum includes a model of the city. Colorful houses with arcades and ornamental gables ring Zachariáš of Hradec Square. In the square are the 18th-century Marian Column and St. James Church, the latter with Gothic frescoes. ― Google”

Even though I liked the town, I experience strange feeling of knowing something even though visited it for the first time. The town is really small, however pleasant with great architecture, city center and park close together. What I liked probably most was small café at the corner.