Penzion Krumlov

Stinna 620, Cesky Krumlov, 38101, Czech Republic
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Garden path leading to the Cascade fountainGarden path leading to the Cascade fountain

castle viewcastle view

One of the streets in the town, near the gateOne of the streets in the town, near the gate

View from the CastleView from the Castle

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To and leave Cesky Krumlov

by Poling

I will go Prague --> Krumlov --> Wien. what is more convenient each way, bus or train? Thank you.

Re: To and leave Cesky Krumlov

by EllieEllie

http://www.allpraha.com/?page=resourcedetail&category=100054&resource=21673&resourcename=Letuska.com

Letuska is a chezh bus and avia company, try to read on the site. I think bus will be better

Re: To and leave Cesky Krumlov

by cassiovieggore

The german Bahn works in travelling Prahe-->Czeck Krumlov--> Wien
You may book and buy on-line tickets at the below link:
http://www.bahn.de
Cassiovieggore

Re: To and leave Cesky Krumlov

by Poling

Thanks. I check both bus/train info. I will take bus from Prague to Krumlov with the Student Agency bus.

I also checked the train from Krumlov to Budapest, seems very inconvenient (no direct train: http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en?ld=212.200&seqnr=2&ident=ne.015067200.1208400968&rt=1&OK#focus)

But the Student Agency does not have bus from Krumlov to Budapest, any other options? Thanks.

Travel Tips for Cesky Krumlov

traditional handicrafts are shown

by globetrott

During the historical festivities you may see traditional handicrafts, like this blacksmith in most of the small streets of the peninsula.
And you may even buy their goods...

...simply ask for a traditional kind of nail and it will be done in front of your eyes, and you might get a great and very special souvenir !

The museum of Marionettes

by globetrott

In Czechia since centuries, Marionettes are an important way to perform plays NOT only for children, but also for grown-ups.
Here in the museum in "Latran" street you may see videos of famous Marionett-performances, you may see the puppets, stage-sceneries and a lot more.

vegetarian

by doug48 about laibon

laibon is cesky krumlov's best vegetarian restaurant. it is located in the center of town near the main sgaure. for meat eaters next door is u dvau maryi restaurant which is also quite good. inexpensive.

Krumlov castle

by Krumlovgirl

In 1963, Krumlov was declared a Municipal Preserve, partly because of the great preservation of the castle, and in 1989 the castle became a National Monument. The castle area is one of the largest in central Europe. (You'll agree once you start walking around.) It is a complex of 40 buildings & palaces, situated around five castle courts and a castle park spanning an area of 7 hectares.

from the castle website: The original Gothic castle was founded by the Lords of Krumlov before 1250. They represented a branch of the powerful family of the Witigonen with the five-petalled rose in their coat-of-arms. When the Lords of Krumlov died out in 1302, their relatives the Rosenbergs inherited the castle. The Rosenbergs family had their seat there up till 1602. Their name as well as the three centuries of their rule is connected with the greatest era of flourish of the town and castle. In the second half of the 16th century the castle acquired the form of a mighty and splendid Renaissance residence. At that time the rulers of the Rosenberg dominion represented eminent personalities among Bohemian aristocracy, educated humanists, patrons of the culture and arts, and prominent politicians all filling the highest posts within Bohemian Kingdom.

Whether or not you pay to go on one of the English speaking guided tours, you should still take the time to walk through the castle. There are some great views of the town from up there. One word of warning, however: we were up there in January and liked to have slid all the way back down on the ice. It was extremely slippery.

the streets are rather narrow

by globetrott


Many of the houses in the smaller streets have a smaller basement and a prominent 1st floor, reaching out into the street a bit for more space in the living quaters.

An ordinary 35mm lens will not be enough to take pics of the houses in the smaller streets.

Better have a good wide-angle-lens with around 20 or 24 mm.

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