Let’s get back to the Renaissance era and visit the extraordinary pearl of our country – Český Krumlov.

An amazing castle overlooking Český Krumlov is definitely one of the places in Czech republic worth visiting. Over three centuries it was the seat of the Rosenbergs who influenced the fate and architecture of the whole region. Castle in Český Krumlov offers many richly decorated interiors, one of the highlights is the famous Masquerade Hall, on whose walls you can see, through paintings, mirrors and optical illusions, a high-spirited carnival ball with ladies and gallant gentlemen. The beauty of Castle is also in the gardens that are opened to public for free. There you will find the world-famous Revolving Theatre where the famous opera singers regularly perform.

After enjoying the Castle you have to spend some time in the city itself, just to walk through its maze-like alleyways, houses of rich families decorated with coats of arms and many artisan shops.

By the way, did you know that you can also enjoy rafting on the Vltava (Moldau) river during the summer? Do you want to try? 🙂

Duration: approx. 9 hours, one way drive approx. 2,5 hours

Note: You need to purchase tickets to visit Castle. There are english guides, I cannot accompany you on the tour. But I will take you for a walk through the city

Price: The price varies on the number of people, duration, program and the means of transportation. Contact me for more details.

Need to buy entrance tickets.

Additional visits – to get the most from one day:

Hluboká nad Vltavou Chateau

Take approx. 1 more hour (without touring the interiors, 1 more hour for tour inside).

This neo-gothic castle is the second most visited castle in Czech Republic. Built in the 13th century as a guiding castle and rebuilt in 19th century according to royal castle of Windsor in England. This is the place where you will fell like a princess. 

Holašovice Village – UNESCO hidden gem 

Take approx. 1 more hour

Small historic village located very close to Český Krumlov that is on the list of UNESCO World Heritage List since 1998. There is probably not another place with such a perfect connection of people and nature . The beauty of Holašovice is in the 18th and 19th century buildings in a style known as ‘South Bohemian folk Baroque”. Once you walk around you can admire 17 farms with barns and stables, local small Church of John of Nepomuk, two taverns  or bakery where locals bake the best koláčky (sweet pastry). 

Price: varies on the number of people, duration, program and the means of transportation. Contact me for more details.

Price includes: professional driver, guide (me), water and some leaflets about Czech Republic and visited sites

Price does not include: entrance fees