Day trips in South Bohemia
South Bohemia is very rich in monuments. Just short ride from here there are several sights worth a visit if you spend more than one day in Cesky Krumlov. I am happy to give advice or even accompany you on these trips as a guide. If you are planning active vacation, take a minute to check out the possible excursions as well. Your kids will also enjoy them.
You can hire me as a guide to all below mentioned monuments and sights. Transport can also be arranged.
The castle of Hluboká nad Vltavou
Only 35 kms from Český Krumlov is the most visited monument of the Czech Republic, the latter residence of the Schwarzenberg family. A real tudor-style castle in the heart of Europe.
The visit of the famous sight near České Budejovice is "a must". This is the most visited monument in the Czech republic, the representational rooms, private apartments, the tower, the kitchens and the park can also be visited.
© Klaster Zlata Koruna
Monastery of Zlatá Koruna
7 kilometers from Cesky Krumlov is the cistercian monastery which up to today has kept the elements of gothic architecture. It was active until 1785 later served economical purposes until the start of the restorations in 1905.
A tour of one hour takes you through the locals of the monastery with a guide tours for groups from 5 people. You can also visit individually the impressive library of the monastery and the exhibition.
© Eszter Saródy
Castle of Rožmberk
The castle built by the powerful Vítkovec family in the 13th century is one of the oldest in South Bohemia. Later the Rožmberk family moved to cesky Krumlov from here and the castle went in the hands of the Buquoys.
Contrary to Cesky Krumlov, České Budějovice is plain, so the structure of this city is conform to the usual middle-age colonisation type, all the sights are within walking distance around the huge main square.
Visit of the Budvar Brewery with indispensable tasting Budvar vs. Budweiser? Which is the original?
© Ondřej Kořínek