Kind of like Disneyland but very few speak English. No need to stay more than 1 nite. Castle ok but we've seen better in England and scotland. Wear good walking shoes. Lots of cobblestone
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We drove from Zwiesel in neighbouring Bavaria, Germany, and the trip took 2 hours. The roads inTchécoslovaquie are well developed and there is a big car park off he main road right below the castle. The parking fee is about Euro 1 per hour and...More
Cesky Krumlov was a happy surprise. It was fascinating to explore the streets and look at the pretty buildings. The cobblestone streets were interesting. There was a nice, little Christmas Market in the center of town. All of the locals were friendly. Never in my...More
Easily walkable area from the river on up to the town square. Beautiful architecture and many little shops. We did not have time to stop in but, for fans of Egon Schiele, he has history in this town and a little museum.
What an amazing array of shops, bars and cafes. This place has an individual style and a history that other places would die for. Unique and well worth the long journey from the capital. I would recommend longer here to really grasp all that is...More
Cesky Krumlov is a gem! A stunningly beautiful Mediaeval village, set beautifully on the bend of the river, and impressively overlooked by a magnificent castle. We were very lucky to visit during a Mediaeval Fair complete with market stalls, music and dancing. There are plenty...More
We walked the narrow cobblestone streets of Cesky Krumlov lined with interesting shops, visited the church on the hill and walked the grounds of the castle on a sunny, perfect May day! After a delightful lunch at one of the many restaurants along the river,...More
The town is so quaint and beautiful. Just walking around the place is a pleasure in itself. Take a boat ride to get a different view of the town.
i have been to a lot of old towns around europe but this would be the most beautiful and charming. just the colors from the buildings and roof are vibrant. just walking along the cobble paths makes you feel you were back in medial times.