Overhead View of Red Rooftops in Cesky Krumlov
Viewpoint of Snowcapped Roofs in Cesky Krumlov
Rraditional Puppets Hanging on Strings in a Shop in Cesky Krumlov
Medieval Castle in Cesky Krumlov
Pastel Colored and Ivy Covered Homes in Cesky Krumlov
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Cesky Krumlov

April - DecemberCzech RepublicCZK
European History
Castles & Chateaux
Cultural

The jewel of South Bohemia, Cesky Krumlov is a must for anyone visiting the Czech Republic. With its narrow cobblestone streets, quaint cafes and pubs, and a castle that could have fallen right out of the pages of a fairytale, Cesky Krumlov has a mystical and magnetic vibe that keeps bringing visitors back for more. For such a small town, Cesky Krumlov packs a lot of history. A UNESCO World Heritage site, Cesky Krumlov boasts Renaissance, Gothic, and Baroque architecture - the most notable piece being the Cesky Krumlov Castle. Ancient yet whimsically colorful, the castle is the centerpiece of the miniature city, overlooking the Vltava River and the nook of land that the main square occupies. 


What Cesky Krumlov lacks in size it makes up for in personality. You’ll find unique local craft stores and other shops around every corner, along with family-owned pubs and restaurants to relax in when you get hungry. You can walk from one side of the city to the other in about 20 minutes, giving you plenty of opportunities to slip down side streets and pop into cozy tea houses and cafes during your journey through town. There are also several local specialties for you to sample, including local brews, desserts, premium blue cheese, and the spring water from the Blansky forest near the city. 


During the summer, Cesky Krumlov comes to life with live music, boaters, gardens, and dozens of cultural events. The city is also surrounded by nature, so you can opt to go biking, hiking, or even horseback riding through forests for the day. During the winter, Cesky Krumlov takes on a more intimate and cozy feel; spend the day exploring before warming your hands with some specialty hot chocolate. There’s no bad time to visit Cesky Krumlov - so much so that some people come back to see it in every season. 

 

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Cesky Krumlov Castle Overlooking Town
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St Vitus Cathedral Overlooking the Vltava River
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Egon Schiele Museum in Cesky Krumlov
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Pastel Colored Historic Buildings in Old Town Cesky Krumlov
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Gothic Hluboka Palace Surrounded by Gardens
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Historic Buildings in Zlata Koruna Monastery
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