Cesky Krumlov

About Cesky Krumlov

Cesky Krumlov is a city in the South Bohemia region of the Czech Republic. It’s bisected by the Vltava River and dominated by its 13th-century castle. The castle has Gothic, Renaissance, and baroque elements, an 11-hectare garden, and an original 17th-century baroque theater. There are panoramic views of the old town and the river from the top of its round bell tower. Cesky Krumlov’s old town, or Latrán neighborhood, has narrow cobblestone lanes, footbridges, and restored Gothic and Renaissance frescoes on building facades. The Church of St. Vitus has its own 15th-century frescoes. The Egon Schiele Art Centrum displays works by the Viennese artist, who was a resident in the early 20th century. The Regional Museum traces the local history and has a 19th-century model of the city. Exploring the river by kayak or on traditional wooden rafts is a popular summer pastime. Riverside pubs serve renowned Czech beers.
Cesky Krumlov Castle

Cesky Krumlov Castle is a castle located in the city of Cesky Krumlov and dates back to 1240 when the first castle was built by the Vítkovci family, the main branch of the powerful Bohemian family Rosenberg. The castle stands on a steep and long rocky headland, which is lined with the Vltava from the south. From the tower is a beautiful view of the castle and the city.
Graphite Mine

At the Graphite Mine experience, the pounding of mining hammers could be heard from the underground directly in the city center. Before setting out, you will receive special clothing including mining lamps. A mine train will then take you to a depth of 70 m below ground and the guide will walk you through the underground tunnels, where you can see period and modern machines as well as other interesting equipment.
Egon Schiele Art Centrum

Egon Schiele Art Centrum is a museum and gallery devoted to the Austrian painter Egon Schiele in Cesky Krumlov . The museum offers a permanent exhibition of the works of Egon Schiele in addition to annual displays of 20th-century art by artists such as Picasso, Dalí, and Klimt.
Klastery Cesky Krumlov

Klastery Cesky Krumlov or Minorite monastery with the Church of Corpus Christi in Czech Krumlov is a historic complex of the three monasteries Friars Minor, the convent of the Poor Clares, and the monastery Beguine, which makes it unique. Today, the building is managed by the Knights of the Red Star. The main monastery garden, which has been used as a gardening colony for years, is terraced and contains both a utility and ornamental part, including vineyards, hop gardens, and vegetable and dyeing beds.
Muzeum Vltavinu

Muzeum Vltavinu is a museum of Moldavites that are rare and beautiful jewelry stones. View the most beautiful collection from various sites and find interesting information in a fun way. The museum's exposition is created as an interactive game that will guide you through the whole story - from the collisions of planets and asteroids through large extinctions of animals to the formation of moldavites and their properties and use in jewelry.
Saint Vitus Church

St. Vitus Church in Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic, is an important late gothic monument from 1407 to 1438. The building is a three naval hall with a long presbytery with a pentagonal ending, a tower on the axis of the western facade, a rectangular sacristy, resurrection chapels and St. John of Nepomuk, and an entrance hall with an entrance portal on the north side.
Muzeum Tortury

Muzeum Tortury is located in the cellars of Cesky Krumlov City Hall. Almost 100 exhibits of torture instruments are on display on more than 400 square meters. The entire exhibition is enlivened by 10 wax figures and complemented by two unique audiovisual effects the burning of a witch and the execution by the sword.
Kloster Zlata Koruna

Kloster Zlata Koruna is a former Cistercian Abbey founded in 1263 by King Přemysl Ottokar II and was settled by monks from the Lower Austrian Cistercian Monastery of Heiligenkreuz. The oldest part of the monastery complex is the Church of the Assumption of Mary. The chapter house was built in 1280–1300, the refectory before 1350. In 1663 the church, several monastery buildings, and the interior of the refectory were redesigned in Baroque style and from 1755–1785 the cloister was redesigned in the Rococo style.
The Castle Garden

Castle Garden is a Baroque castle garden founded in the 17th century that creates an integral, in fact, the largest, part of the entire castle complex. It is situated on the rise and slope adjacent to the complex of castle buildings around the Vth Courtyard of Cesky Krumlov Castle from the southwestern side.
Wax Museum

Wax Museum showcases wax figures of famous historic and contemporary people and a replica of a medieval town. The museum is focused on personalities and the region of South Bohemia. Charles IV is one of the most interesting inhabitants. or Francis Joseph I. Take a look under the hands of fishermen from the heyday of pond farming in southern Bohemia and find out what they caught carp for.
Best Time To Visit Český Krumlov

The best time to visit Český Krumlov is from June to August when the weather is pleasant.

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