History and relaxation.
The period of greatest growth for the town (established in 12th century) dates to 15th century when Petr IV of Rozmberk (Rosenberg) began to take care of the land. At that time, the marshy area was gradually transformed and many lakes and fish ponds were built here.
The town fortifications, preserved together with five gates and a few bastions, were protected by so-called Golden Canal and the lake Svet. The Renaissance chateau is connected by a corridor with the Rozmberk library and the complex of the Augustinian Monastery with an unique two-nave Church of St. Giles. The prize Schwarzenberg tomb is another important sight.
These days Trebon is popular as a small spa town and known as a centre of fish farming, relaxation and good local Regent beer.