A Medieval Trip: Cesky Krumlov


The charming town of Cesky Krumlov in the Czech Republic is a wonderful area that is on UNESCO’s World Heritage List and is known for its Cesky Krumlov Castle. The name of the town, which is 3 hours away from Prague, means ‘Crooked Meadow’ in German. Cesky Krumlov, located in the Meander Area of the Vitava River, which also circulates Prague, must be seen with his castle and castle architecture, which bears the glory of old times.

Walking through the streets, you can easily discover Cesky Krumlov in an old-time movie. A Cesky Krumlov tour awaits you when you can’t get enough of a stroll through its stone-lined streets, its naïve and impressively designed cafes.,

Those traveling to Prague on tours of Central Europe are not supposed to return without seeing Cesky Krumlov, who is very close to the city.

Cesky Krumlov in the south of the Bohemia region, with its magnificent greenery and architectural landscapes, also gives photographers beautiful squares.

You can easily reach this charming town by trains departing from Prague at certain hours.

You can also stop by Cesky Krumlov, who is also from Salzburg and Vienna when you go on a tour of Germany or Austria.

The town is divided into two as Castle and the town center. You can visit anywhere in these two areas.

Cesky Krumlov Castle is also called the second largest castle in Bohemia.

Between the months of April and October, you can enter the castle by paying a small amount. Apart from these periods, you can only visit the surroundings and gardens of the castle.

Although Cesky Krumlov is a place to visit in a day, those who want to live here and get involved in town life can look at accommodation options from at least £ 150 a night.


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