One of Bohemia's prettiest towns, Cesky Krumlov is a living gallery of elegant Renaissance-era buildings housing charming cafes, pubs, restaurants, shops, and galleries. In 1992, it was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
With the convenience of a professional driver-guide, get acquainted with Cesky Krumlov. The town has been bustling since medieval times, and the historical center is exquisitely preserved.
Then, march off to Krumlov Castle for a taste of the Renaissance. Krumlov Castle is the second biggest in Bohemia, after Prague Castle. This jewel attracts visitors from all over the world. (The castle is closed from 31st October — 21st March; we can visit the town of Ceske Budejovice along the way instead).
Later, dine at one of the local pubs or restaurants for lunch, where you can enjoy the local beer, Eggenberg.
You can explore at your own pace, saving time for souvenir shopping if you wish. If you are finished early, you also have the option of adding the nearby town of Ceske Budejovice to your tour.
Know before you go
• Pickup and drop-off is available at any address in Prague. Please inform the local partner of the pickup address at least 1 day in advance.
• Driver/guide service
• Private car (up to 3 people) or van (up to 7 people)
• Gas, tolls, and parking fees
• Admission to the Krumlov castle: 240 CZK per person (about 10 EUR)
• Krumlov Castle
• Cesky Krumlov