2 090 CZK

Duration: 11 hours
Maximum number of people: 30
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PRICE INCLUDES  ENTRANCE FEE TO THE CASTLE (SUMMER SEASON)  OR TO THE CASTLE MUSEUM  (WINTER SEASON),  DROP OFF AT YOUR HOTEL

Český Krumlov, a medieval town in South Bohemia, has retained its almost fairytale-like atmosphere to the present days and deserves its being on the UNESCO list of cultural heritage sites. The historical centre comprises narrow, winding streets and lanes full of gothic, renaissance, and baroque buildings from the times of the Rožmberk, Eggenberg and Schwarzenberg noble families. You will enjoy a walk through the town with our guide. Then you will visit the local castle, the second biggest Czech castle, full of historical furniture, artwork, tapestries and exquisitely adorned weapons. Český Krumlov boasts the world’s oldest preserved baroque theatre.

PLEASE NOTE THAT DURING WINTER SEASON IS CASTLE CLOSED. CLIENTS WILL VISIT  CASTLE MUSEUM AT THE COURYARD OF THE CASTLE.

Highlights

  • Did you know that the Cesky Krumlov castle fortress is the second largest in the Czech Republic?
  • Did you know that the medieval city center was repeatedly damaged by floods?
  • Did you know that Cesky Krumlov is on the UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites?

Customers who purchase this full day trip can choose one of the following tickets, which will be provided FREE OF CHARGE:

  • one hour panoramic boat trip valued at CZK 200,-
  • entrance to the Railroad Kingdom exjibition worth CZK 260,-

Tour program

Český Krumlov, a medieval town in South Bohemia, retains its fairytale-like atmosphere to these days and is well-deserving of its inclusion on UNESCO's list of cultural heritage sites. Our guide will lead you through the narrow, winding streets of the historical center, filled with Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque buildings from the times of the Rožmberk, Eggenberg and Schwarzenberg noble families. Next, you can enjoy traditional Czech delicacies with lunch at a local restaurant. Finally, you will visit the local castle, the second largest castle in the Czech Republic, filled with ancient furniture, artwork, tapestries and exquisitely adorned weapons.