Castle Apartments-Zamecka Apartma

Zamek/Castle 57, Cesky Krumlov, 38101, Czech Republic
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From Cesky Krumlov to Salzburg??

by Rani14

whats the best way to get to salzburg? Do they have trains that go from CK to linz?

also i found these sites saying they pick you up from your hotel and take you to salzburg in thie shuttles....

http://www.ckrumlov.info/docs/en/kpr859.xml

http://www.shuttlelobo.cz/?artid=3&lang=en&mode=normal

has anybody tried these shuttles before? Are they better than trains?

thanks

Re: From Cesky Krumlov to Salzburg??

by qaminari

1) You would have to change at Ceske Budejovice (at some times, also at Horni Dvoriste and Summerau) onto the train that comes from Prague and goes to Salzburg but it takes between 5 and 6 hours. See http://bahn.hafas.de/bin/query.exe/en
2) Don't know.

Re: From Cesky Krumlov to Salzburg??

by Rani14

thanks for your reply

so i have to

first go to Ceske Budejovice and then change train in Horni Dvoriste and then Summerau then linz then finally salzburg?

is there not train that goes straight from Ceske Budejovice to linz?

thanks



You would have to change at Ceske Budejovice (at some times, also at Horni Dvoriste and Summerau) onto the train that comes from Prague and goes to Salzburg but it takes between 5 and 6 hours

Re: From Cesky Krumlov to Salzburg??

by K_V_B

There are direct trains from Ceske Budejovice to Linz. To find out about trains between two places in Europe just head over to www.bahn.de.

Travel Tips for Cesky Krumlov

Rafting, Canoeing, Kayaking and Fishing

by lotharlerch

The nice valley of the Vltava through the Sumava/Böhmerwald/Bohemian Forest from Lipno to Cesky Krumlov offers nice opportunities for rafting, canoeing and fishing. It is almost as crowded by canoes as the Ardèche in the South of France. You can observe here lots of people fishing as well. The licences for that can be bought at several places in the area, best to ask for it at the numerous Campings and hotels along the river. The river seems to be an easy water, at least all that what we could see from the road and conclude of the way some obviously not too experienced enthusiasts did their trip down the Vltava.

Trains to/from Austria

by kit_mc

Cesky Krumlov need not be a dead end. Ceske Budejovice is not the only route out.

From Cesky Krumlov we decided to head onto Vienna. You can either take a train to Ceske Budejovice and then back down to Austria, or do as we did and catch a train to Linz from nearby Kaplice.

Be careful if you don't already have a train ticket, because the ticket office doesn't take credit cards, only cash. And you'll have to search around a little for the ticket office anyway and knock on a few doors!

Monday - Fridays
11.40 Cesky Krumlov main bus station, platform 8, bus to Kaplice
12.00 arrive Kaplice
12.26 depart Kaplice train station
14.21 arrive Linz
14.32 depart Linz
16.30 arrive Westbahnhof Wien

Maybe an easier route if you are also thinking of heading on to Slovakia as Bratislava is relatively close to Vienna.

See also the Czech rail and bus timetable pages at IDOS

Hotel Ruze Restaurant

by Krumlovgirl

Although there was a large tour group finishing up and we entered five minutes before closing time, the staff at the Hotel Ruze restaurant could not have been more helpful or accommodating. Unfortunately, our first choices for dinner were un available since they had also been the first choices of the people before us. I ended up with pasta by default and it was amazing. The plate was huge and after eating on it for thirty minutes I hadn't even finished a third of it. My dinner companions were also very expressive regarding the quality of their food.

The most impressive aspect of the restaurant is definitely the decor. It is akin to stepping back into a medieval castle and the architecture of the restaurant alone is worth taking a peek at. First class service and dining all the way! In December of 2005 we had Christmas dinner at the Hotel Ruze. The price averaged out to about $20 per person and it was absolutely wonderful. You have to have reservations in advance, but the service, food, and atmosphere was first class. It is beautifully decorated during the Christmas season as well, and definitely worth the added expense.

Cesky Krumlov Castle

by monkeytrousers

The castle is argueably Krumlov's biggest selling point. The castle is very fairy-tale esque with all the buildings being painted in bright colours and attractive murals. The main three diferent families have lived in the castle are the Krumlovs, the Schwarzenbergs, and the Rozmberks, all adding bits onto the castle and making thier marks.

As well as the appartments, there is a tower, a rococo theatre, a bear pit, a bridge with great views of the river and some beautiful gardens to see in the complex. Entrance prices depend on what you want to see:

Tour 1 - 160 Kc - Renaissonance and baroque appartments and the ball room
Tour 2 - 160 Kc - Rooms used by the Schwarzenbergs in the 19th Century
Tour 3 - 200 Kc - Rococo Theatre
Tower - 35 Kc
Gardens - Free

The castle is shut Monday for admissions but the grounds are still open.

Streets are wonderful, lots to see

by Xdrive

The city streets are all cobblestone, and little restaurants lined the streets and rivers. I stayed in the hostel with very friendly staff. Everyday from 3pm till 9pm there are free concerts in the town square, where beer is a 15 crowns (equivilent to 60 cents) and hot dogs are the same.
The people in the town were great too. Always smiling and willing to help us out. Overlooking the city is a huge castle with amazing gardens. We spent one day just hanging out in the gardens among the lilly pond and natural settings.

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