Let's travel back to 16th Century in a full day driving private tour to this fairy tale cobblestoned town
When our country opened its borders after the end of communist era in 1990, Czechoslovakia started to cooperate with United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and so in 1992, first two Czech cities were chosen to be added to the World Heritage list. One of them was Prague, and the other one was, believe or not, this exceptonally well preserved medieval city. Do you want to know why? Then join me for this full day private trip to Český Krumlov and see this fairy-tale city with your own eyes!
To be honest, I have to admit that the idea of visiting Český Krumlov is not very original indeed. . . You will see that this place has already been discovered by tourists from the whole world. But I promise that we will stroll the side cobblestoned streets and enter hidden passages where we won't meet any crowds. Let me tell you about the Rosenberg noble family and their alchemists who lived there in the 16th Century.
The tour in the city is walking but it is not a very long distance.
9AM Meeting at your hotel, cca 2 hour journey to České Budějovice
11AM A short drive through the České Budějovice beautiful city centre, if necessary we can make a break to have a coffe there
11:30AM Arrival to Český Krumlov
In Český Krumlov, we will see:
*Český Krumlov Castle
*The Coat Bridge
*Former minorits' convent
*St. Vitus' church
2PM Lunch in a local restaurant
4:15PM Transfer back to Prague (cca 2, 5 hour journey)
18:30 PM aprox. Arrival to Prague
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Hotel, Address or Intersection
Duration: 9 hours 30 min.
The tour usually lasts between 9 and 10 hours depending on the traffic
A roomy modern MPV (Volkswagen Sharan 2014 with AC) that comfortably accomodates 4 adults, with a driver and guide at the same time - me :)
The car has a panoramatic roof so you can admire the architecture around and above us.
For larger groups, I can arrange transportation in a Mercedes Viano (max 6 passengers) or Mercedes Sprinter (max 20 passengers) upon request.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
700 CZK - czech crowns - Entrance fees: It is not necessary to enter any paid places because the city itself is the best attraction. But in case that you are a theatre lover, then I suggest the Castle Theatre tour: 350CZK/adult (april to october only, except mondays). In winter we might be happy to warm up in the Castle Museum: 100CZK/adult (except mondays).
Lunch in a local restaurant: 250-500CZK/person
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
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Our day in Cesky Krumlov was perfect. The tour was recommended by Marketa. She drove us to the city and is a very good driver. Markéta knows the city inside-out and took us to an excellent lunch spot. I can't imagine visiting the Czech Republic and not going to Cesky Krumlov, but go with Marketa!