Located on the southern border of the Czech Republic, Český Krumlov is a small, picturesque medieval town situated on the Vltava River in the Bohemian countryside. Its pastel colored buildings, cobblestone streets and dominating castle will surely transport you back to your childhood fairy tales and it’s easy to see why this enchanting town is the second most visited destination in the Czech Republic.
Český Krumlov is best discovered as an overnight destination. While it is possible to visit Český Krumlov as a day trip from Prague, we suggest spending one or two nights in the beautiful town to fully discover all it has to offer. Wander the narrow lanes of its UNESCO-listed historical center, explore its dramatic castle and stop by one of its many charming cafes, restaurants, shops and galleries.
Its countryside location also attracts the adventurous at heart, as well as families, with plenty of hiking and outdoor activities available in the summer months. Ask your consultant for more information if you wish to add an unforgettable experience to your Český Krumlov itinerary!
Transport to Cesky Krumlov
Český Krumlov is a very small town, so exploring on foot is the only way to visit its historical center.
Český Krumlov is very well served by coach from the capital city of Prague, with a journey time of 3 hours. Its location in the south of the Czech Republic, close to the border with Austria, makes it very easy to pair with cities such as Munich, Salzburg and Vienna by private shuttle.
You can also take a shuttle transfer to the nearby city of Linz for rail connections to further off destinations, such as Budapest.
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