Hotel CB Royal

Prazska 103, Ceske Budejovice, 37004, Czech Republic
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Samson Fountain in main square.Samson Fountain in main square.

Komercni banka palaceKomercni banka palace

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chrám svatého Mikuláše (Saint Nicolas cathedral)chrám svatého Mikuláše (Saint Nicolas cathedral)

Travel Tips for Ceske Budejovice

Relax at the central square

by Leipzig

Relax at the central square, have a real Budwiser and have a talk with the friendly Czech people. I went to Ceske Budejovice for a short day trip from Passau. I highly recommend to stay longer there.

Kratochvile means "amusement "

by globetrott

Kratochvile means "amusement / fun / pleasure" in Czechia

and it is the name of a small summer-castle about 40 Km west of Cesky Budejovice.
You will have to take the street to Pisek first and finally follow the streets
towards Netolice.To drive that distance will take about 1 hour on the small roads
of that area.

Kratochvile - inside the castle

by globetrott

Kratochvile - inside the castle
each room has different decorations on the ceilings.
There is a permanent exhibition about "animated films" , that was not so very special...
...BUT the different paintings and graffitis were simply excellent and unique.
Simply follow the signs through the rooms in order not to miss anything.

THE BUDWEISER BREWERY!!!!!! :)

by orlikins

OK OK, the main reason I wanted to go back to the Czech Republic is because of the Budweiser brewery in Ceske Budjovice. Those of you who know me, know that I have a very low opinion of Irish muck and that American Budweiser & Miller p*ss. But thats because I know better. I used to live in Munich for crying out loud, I *know* my beer. Whilst in Prague I got re-acquainted with proper vodka, bootlegged some Absinthe (that stuff is 70% proof you know, and banned in Ireland), sampled some Staromeske and had plenty of 30p pints :) We came the closest to booze heaven on a trip to the Bud Brewery in Bohemia. But it was closer to hell as there was all that beer and we could'nt drink any of it!! Though Lily had a good time trying (see pic!). Keith, Colm and Lily were captivated by our guide, one of those mini-skirted East European bits of fluff you see with fat German businessmen ;). They were so endearingly pathetic with their tongues drooling, staying at the foot of a flight of stairs so they could look up her skirt. Anyway the tour was most informative, 'and I must say', and we and a lovely Australian couple went to the Budvar Bar to taste what Real Budweiser was supposed to be like, before Anheuser Busch polluted it for the Yank market.

Radnice ( city hall )

by hundwalder

The radnice, which houses the city and regional government offices, dominates the vast and impressive central city square. This enormous structure is easily the largest building in the city. The architecture of the radnice, which was completed in 1730, is a combination of Habsburg high Baroque and neo-classical. The onion domes topping the three towers are similar to the church bell tower domes of the empire. A scrolled Baroque facade fronts the central roof gable. However, neo-classical architecture dominates the exterior.

The four large statues positioned along the top of the wall are of maidens representing the virtues of courage, justice, rationale, and wisdom. These of course are obviously the qualities always posessed by those selected to rule over the people ( this is so obvious that the Habsburg's found it necessary to sculpt large dominating statues to remind the peasentry of this fact ). Much of the majestic interior of this great and spacious building is open to the public. I was told that there are some great art works inside, but the weather was much too nice for me to spend the day wandering around aimlessly in stadium sized buildings.

footnote to above travel tip: I don't know why the Habsburg's found it necessary to erect such huge and expensive buildings to house government offices, when the vast majority of the citizenry of the empire lived packed like sardines in small apartments. One reason is that they felt the need to show the church who was really in charge. Such are the privileges of power I suppose.

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