Things to do in Cesky Krumlov
Top Things To Do In Cesky Krumlov
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The tour leads along the Old Town's most important buildings, with the best view on the Castle next to the formal Jesuit buil..
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Top Tourist Attractions in Cesky Krumlov
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Cesky Krumlov State CastleAdded 3387 times in Trip Plans
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Saint Vitus ChurchAdded 2592 times in Trip Plans
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Egon Schiele Art CentrumAdded 2438 times in Trip Plans
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Plague ColumnAdded 2836 times in Trip Plans
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Museum Fotoatelier SeidelAdded 980 times in Trip Plans
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Latran HousesAdded 1538 times in Trip Plans
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Town HallAdded 668 times in Trip Plans
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Regional Museum Cesky KrumlovAdded 618 times in Trip Plans
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Synagogue Cesky KrumlovAdded 404 times in Trip Plans
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They did not put this down on the UNESCO world Heritage site list for no reason. The combination of a gorgeous castle from the Middle Ages, strips of lovely Renaissance buildings, almost perfectly preserved pedestrianized historical centre, tourist attractions that are unique from each other in every way, innumerable locations with deep historical heritage, incredibly beautiful countryside, and great food all come together to make the city a true Fairy Tale Town.\n\nThe main thing to do here is walk. Walk your heart out. Head to the historical centre and stroll from one building to another without a pause. Read up on each of the locations you plan to visit before you actually step out, because even though you’re not going to be able to enter all of the locations, having an appreciation for their history creates an immersion and intimacy like no other.\n\nMost of the tourism and sightseeing appeal is focused on history and architecture, but the nightlife is not too bad. Neither is the souvenir shopping. And you can head out into the countryside to an old castle close to the border of Austria, and observation tower that is a three hour hike out of town, and then add venture into a graphite mine.