Hotel Seneca

Soukenicka 41, Cesky Krumlov, Bohemia, Czech Republic
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  • Solo100
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Prague or Vienna to CK

by UNMONO

Hi,

I'm planning a trip in October: Frankfurt-Prague-CK-Vienna or Frankfurt-Vienna-CK-Prague. Which is the better choice in terms of costs & convenience.

One more question. Is it OK to travel there in the month (around 19th-25th.

Thannk you in advance for your kind help :)

Re: Prague or Vienna to CK

by hundwalder

If you are returning to Frankfurt the sequence is mainly a matter of preference and convenience. However, getting to and from CK from Prague is much quicker and more practical than from Vienna. Of course it is OK to travel in October.

Re: Prague or Vienna to CK

by UNMONO

Thank you Hundwalder.
Yes, I've got to get back to Frankfurt.

Travel Tips for Cesky Krumlov

Campfired sausages...I mean frankfurts

by Eugenetheduck

Just a case of lost in translation...

Just before reaching Cesky Krumlov our coach stopped at a hypermarket. Our Czech companions told us that they were all buying sausages to cook at the campsite for dinner. To an Australian a sausage needs a hot plate and this is how we assumed we would be cooking our sausages. What they meant was what we call a fat frankfurt. Needless to say we were not able to skewer our thin sausages on a branch of a willow tree. Luckily for us others had spare 'sausages' and we had fun roasting them with our sticks over the flames of a campfire. I just wish I had some marshmallows.

Kaplanka!

by Roeffie

Horni 159, known as „Kaplanka"
This is what the TIC has on the history and Description of the Building :
This two -story corner building is situated on the lower end of the sloping terrain of Horni Street. The main facade of the building does not face Horni Street, as do the other buildings in this row along Horni Street, but rather faces Svornosti Square. The left side wall is in line with the front facade of its neighboring building on Horni Street and the right side wall faces the Church of St. Vitus. On both the main facade and right side facade there are Gothic-Renaissance circular tracery windows with stone window jambs. In the semicircular tympanum above the entrance portal of the main facade there is a large plaque with an engraving that commemorates the construction of the building in 1520 which was led by Václav z Rovného. To the left of this portal there is a gravestone of a baker named Matyas Plankel, which has the symbol of the baker's guild (the pretzel) on it. Next to Martin's gravestone is the gravestone of his daughter Anezka . Both Matyas and his daughter lived at Svornosti Square no. 15. The other gravestone that is located on the chapel belongs to the burgomaster and town councillor of Cesky Krumlov, Lord Jetøich Slatinský ze Slatinky. His gravestone is engraved with the text „In the year 1591, here lies the noble Jetøich Slatinský ze Slatinky, well-known servant of the Rosenberg family and some time sheriff of Cesky Krumlov, 12th of December." A noteworthy element of the main facade is the bay which protrudes out from the corner of the building at a right angle. This bay is supported by an engaged column that has got a spiral design engraved into it. Under the windows sills on the bay, there is the symbol of the Rosemberg family, the five-petalled rose. Gothic stone window jambs are well-preserved on the northern, street side facade.

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Dining by the fire

by Dana_cz about Krcma v Satlavske

A tavern that will take you back to medieval times. All food is cooked on open fire (sit in one of the back rooms if the fire smoke bothers you), all lighting is provided by candles, and the staff wears period clothes. Needless to say, the menu is light on vegetables and heavy on meat - on skewers or off, with mustard or horseradish. Try the meat skewer and delicious baked potatoes. An adventurous menu item is the Devil's Toast "appetizer" (the portion is huge) - toasted slices of bread with a garlic/chicken mixture on top. A drink of the medovina honey liquor will help you digest.

View from Vysehrad

by dinhyen

Initially I wished I had stayed in the more popular center part of town instead of the more remote Vysehrad neighborhood. However as this scene spread out below me while I was walking to town (a 10-minute downhill hike), I stopped doubting.

Within the Castle Gardens

by JetlagCity

The walled castle gardens are the biggest part of the castle complex. Fountains with statues of water gods reside among the beautiful foliage. There's also a summer house here, a little rococo music gazebo, and a unique revolving open-air theatre, still in use in the summertime. Our guide told us that part of the gardens used to be used for horse riding in centuries past.

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Address: Soukenicka 41, Cesky Krumlov, Bohemia, Czech Republic