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How to Spend 2 Days in Český Krumlov

How to Spend 2 Days in Český Krumlov

Two days in Český Krumlov give you time to thoroughly explore the charming Czech town—which boasts UNESCO World Heritage status—and get a sense of its history and culture. Here’s how.

Day 1: Explore the Sights

Morning: Check off Český Krumlov’s major attractions on a walking tour that offers a more detailed introduction to local history. Tours typically cover the Old Town, St. Vitus Church (Kostel sv. Vita), and Český Krumlov State Castle and Chateau complex.

Afternoon: Spend your afternoon catching up on regional history and culture. The Regional Museum houses archaeological artifacts, Bohemian antiques, and a to-scale model of 19th-century Český Krumlov, while the Egon Schiele Centrum Museum is dedicated to the work of the Viennese artist Schiele, who briefly resided in the town.

Night: Conclude an action-packed first day with dinner at one of the town’s many good restaurants. Afterward, have a nightcap at a cocktail bars such as Apoteka Café Bar or Zapa Bar.

Day 2: Dive Deeper

Morning: Start your second day with a visit to the Graphite Mine, located just outside of the center. Don a hard hat and ride an electric wagon through the Czech Republic's last graphite mine on a that tour introduces you to the mining history of the area.

Afternoon: The town of České Budějovice is just a 30-minute drive from Český Krumlov. There, you can tour the original Budweiser Budvar Brewery. Another option is visiting the 13th-century Hluboká Castle, a Gothic fortress hailed as one of the most beautiful in the Czech Republic.

Night: Spend your final evening in the popular U Dwau Maryi restaurant, located inside a building that dates back to the Middle Ages. The restaurant’s signature Old Bohemian Feast features an array of traditional Czech dishes.

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One day trips in the surroundings of Cesky Krumlov

One day trips in the surroundings of Cesky Krumlov

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Most travelers skip South Bohemia, only visiting famous Cesky Krumlov. These excursions are ideal for travelers who want to explore the region beyond this one town. You’ll travel with an English-speaking driver, but will then have free time to do what you like at the destination. Get a thorough overview of the overlooked parts of South Bohemia, including castles, abbeys, and the Budweiser Brewery in Ceske Budejovice.
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  • 8 hours
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Cesky Krumlov Old Town Private Walking Tour

Cesky Krumlov Old Town Private Walking Tour

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Make the most out of your time in the enchanting Český Krumlov with this informative and entertaining guided walking tour. Stroll up to the castle, the second largest fortress in the Czech Republic, then wander the curvy hilly streets of the center of town, taking in the Baroque-era buildings and lingering in the intimate squares.
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  • 3 hours
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Private Transfer from Cesky Krumlov to Prague

Private Transfer from Cesky Krumlov to Prague

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We offer you individual transfers in Prague, Czech Republic and Europe from the airport or any other place to your location. All our transfers are hold with very comfortable vehicles with experienced drivers.
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  • 2 hours
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Private tour from Cesky Krumlov to Prague with a Guided tour at the Budweiser brewery

Private tour from Cesky Krumlov to Prague with a Guided tour at the Budweiser brewery

Travel from Cesky Krumlov to Prague via the original Budweiser brewery in České Budějovice on this private tour. Learn how this “American” beer began during a guided tour of the brewery. Learn about the beer-making process, from bottling to packaging to the recycling of the used bottles. The tour ends with a beer tasting.
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  • 4 hours 30 minutes
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