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TravelPod Member ReviewsPension Antoni Cesky Krumlov
This B & B was located a fw minutes walk from the main square of Cesky Krumlov, but was far enough to avoid all the noise. Set on a hill it had all the basics - secure parking, free wi-fi and a satisfactory breakfast. Rooms were comfortable and staff friendly.
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On our way to Munich we stopped at KrumlovCesky, a 13th century Unesco listed town and castle. Just magical!
After waving goodbye to Rach, I jumped on a different train which took me to the bus station, and was soon enough on a bus to Cesky Krumlov in the southern Czech Republic. The trip took just under three hours and on arrival I shouldered my pack, not for the first time wished for a trolley case, and set off into town. The private hostel I was staying at had provided very detailed but quite complicated directions (i.e. turn at the building that looks like it’s being ...
... can still be seen all over the town, quite poignant for such a pretty town. Eventually in 1947, the state acquired the castle.
Passing through the walls archway, our group was stunned by the sights that awaited. Immediately in front was a clear, gentle flowing river, behind which stood a myriad of quaint houses sitting on cobbled streets, backed by green hills. It ...
... and right around the town, what could be restored has been. Where there was not enough remaining of the original pictures, they have been left blank, and now appear as eerie empty frames.
Christian certainly knew his stuff and every question we threw at him, he fielded it like a pro. We saw some beautiful night sights and even managed to be shown around the castle grounds at night with its ethereal lighting and lovely architecture on display.
... the museum and castle tower and started in the museum. Unlike most western museums, the original artworks were right in front of us, unprotected from being touched (we didn’t touch them), but to have enormous, centuries old canvasses just there was amazing. Each room had an information sheet which explained what each item in the room was. The boys enjoyed reading this out to us. We saw paintings, crockery, seals, armoury, weaponry, clothing, ...