Visit the picturesque town of Ceský Krumlov which is situated above the meandering valley along the upper Vltava river in Southern Bohemia.
Enjoy a lunch in a stylish historic restaurant and brewery Eggenberg in Cesky Krumlov.
Ceský Krumlov has won an international reputation thanks to its historical riches. More than three hundred historic buildings dominated by a huge castle and the church of St. Vitus bear witness to their rich past.
Ceský Krumlov has enormous appeal as an urban unity and has been included among the monuments on the UNESCO World Cultural an Natural Heritage list.
You will visit the castle and the old centre of the town. Travelling through Southern Bohemia you may admire its beautiful landscape with many forests and ponds. (The castle is closed November 1 - March 31)
You then continue to the south Bohemian city of Ceské Budìjovice with its unique historical square, lined with Renaissance and Baroque houses and dominated by the Black Tower.
Staying in Prague‘s Pedestrian Zone?
Some hotels cannot be accessed by car due to the pedestrianised zone in Prague’s historical city centre. If you are staying in the following hotels, you will need to meet your guide at the meeting point Narodni 38, Prague 1, 110 00 Czech Republic. This should be no more than 10 minutes‘ walk from your hotel.
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