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Cesky Krumlov Travel Blog

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Cesky Krumlov viewed from the climb to the chateau

People i met here who contributed to, and improved my trip:

I'd heard so many great things about Cesky Krumlov from my last trip in Europe and i really wasnt disappointed. Set on the banks of the Vlatava, this small hamlet is like something from a fairytale. The only frustrating aspect of my visit was the lack of a direct bus from Pragues main station. It took a little more effort than i was expecting but it all worked out ok in the end!

I spent a few days just wondering the streets and taking it all in. I walked through the maze of streets trying to get lost although sometimes not been able, due to the size! One day i made my way up to the chateau on the hill for some breathtaking views, before moving on to the gardens and soaking up some sunshine.

Deats says:
Its all its hyped up to be. Prague is much bigger but i think i prefer C.K. although 2 days is plenty to look around.
Posted on: Sep 26, 2007
mswim says:
I've read nothing but good things about Cesky Krumlov, in fact I think one guidebook said it was a lot like Prague, minus all the tourists. I'm definitely planning on making a stop here when I make it to the Czech Republic.
Posted on: Sep 25, 2007
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Cesky Krumlov viewed from the clim…
Cesky Krumlov viewed from the cli…
Cesky Krumlov
Cesky Krumlov
View over Cesky Krumlov
View over Cesky Krumlov
St Vit church
St Vit church
Gate to Cesky Krumlov
Gate to Cesky Krumlov
Cesky Krumlov town square
Cesky Krumlov town square
Cesky Krumlov Chateau
Cesky Krumlov Chateau
View from Cesky Krumlov Chateau
View from Cesky Krumlov Chateau
Revolving theatre
Revolving theatre
Cesky Krumlov
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