Visiting Cesky Krumlov – what to do, where to stay, what to eat, and how to visit the fairytale town of Cesky Krumlov in Czechia’s South Bohemia. There are so many towns I’ve visited that I want to spend a lot more time in – the kinds of places you visit that are totally and…Read More
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Helpful info about history and touring the castle, what the locals do in the city, the other UNESCO site in the area and 3 more castles, one you can stay in.
Cesky Krumlov Tucked neatly away in South Bohemia, a visit to Cesky Krumlov will leave you feeling as if you have walked in to a former time period: complete with bohemian architecture, food, and a noticeably relaxed way of life….Read the Post
I visited Prague, Czech Republic four times in 2017, spending about 3 weeks hanging out and walking around the city. One of the most frequent questions I was asked by people I met is “Have you been to Český Krumlov?” It seemed like an odd question to me since I looked on the map to find…
The city of Prague is one of the most beautiful in the world but no one visiting the Czech Republic should miss the South Bohemian jewel that is Český Krumlov, marking 25 years since its addition to UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites.
The town of just 14,000 inhabitants, which dates back to the 13th century, attracts roughly 800,000 visitors annually and there are plenty of reasons why: a stunning castle, castle tower and chateau on a rocky promontory overlooking a picturesque historic centre.
There is nothing more striking than crossing a bend in the Vltava River that circles around the famous teardrop-shaped town.
The town’s castle is second only to Prague Castle in size, offering eight tours covering history, arts and culture.