Cesky Krumlov

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Cesky Krumlov

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Everything you need to know about Cesky Krumlov

Quick facts

  • Location – In the south Bohemian Region of Czech Republic
  • Language- Czech, German and English
  • Population of city 13,141
  • Nearest airport Linz Airport
  • Main train/bus station(s) Train station Ceske Budejovice
  • Best time to visit? Winter and Summer
  • Budget level? ££
  • Best for Romantic break, couples/ family break.

Top Attractions

Cesky Krumlov Castle and Gardens

Towering above the charming town below and overlooking the Vlatva river, Cesky Krumlov Castle is one the city’s main attractions. Discover the complex of palaces and state rooms and visit the castle theatre, museum and tower. After exploring the fairy tale castle, head to the gardens and soak up the sun while wandering through the multi-coloured flower beds that surround the lake. There’s even a bear moat which back to the 16th century!

Historic Centre of Cesky Krumlov

Cesky Krumlov’s Old Town centre has retained the authentic features of its Medieval origins and renaissance and baroque transformations.  The town centre is so tiny that you can easily walk from one end to the other in under half an hour. Visit in the summer to picnic in the parks or relax with an ice cold beer at one of the quaint riverside bars. Head to the town in winter and stroll along Radnicni Street where you’ll be treated to pastel coloured houses and cobbled streets dusted with snow.

Town Hall

This 14th century gothic town hall was once the residence of the wealthy Cert family. Today, the building is home to the Municipal Police and The Museum of Torture. Located in one of the town’s main market squares, the Town Hall is surrounded by souvenir shops and delightful cafes and snack bars.


A Selection of Trips and Tours that include Cesky Krumlov