This picturesque historical town in southern Bohemia, tinged with romance, has been, not unjustifiably, the second most visited in the Czech Republic. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with over three hundred buildings in the historical centre that enjoy this protected status. Among the best attractions to visit are: the castle, the famous Hall of Masks, the unique Baroque theatre, the chateau garden with a Rococo fountain, Barber’s Bridge, Alchemists’ Homes, Eggenberg Brewery, Crafts Museum, and the wooden river rafts. The city caters to visitors all year round, and can easily be visited at any time of the year (though in the winter months the castle is closed).
Total duration: 9 hrs.
Travel time (one way): 2 hrs 30 min.
Recommended pick-up time: from 7am to 1pm.
Free time at destination: 4 hrs. Four hours are sufficient for a quick visit to the city including a visit to the castle and time to have a lunch. The city can be easily seen on foot.
Price excludes: Where required, any entrance fees should be paid directly by customer. The castle entrance fee ranges from 35 CZK to 300 CZK per person.
Price includes: Return transport from Prague back to your hotel, waiting fee at Český Krumlov, and optional driving in the Český Krumlov city centre.
More information about this tour can be found here.