Pension SV. Hubertus

Address: Plesiveske Namesti 95, Cesky Krumlov, Bohemia, 381 01, Czech Republic | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Plesiveske Namesti 95, Cesky Krumlov, is near Cesky Krumlov Castle and House of Jakub Krcin.
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    Travel Blogs from Cesky Krumlov

    Travels with Hector

    A travel blog entry by johnandros on Jul 12, 2015

    9 photos

    ... interesting roads. Traffic was a little heavier than we are used to in Kärnten but we made reasonable progress anyway. After about an hour and a half a combination of numb bums and dry throats had us stopping alongside the Hallstättersee.

    Onward to our lunch stop at Gmünden another lakeside town but one with an ever so slightly faded look to it. With grand buildings on every corner ...

    A Quiet Respite

    A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie on Jul 02, 2015

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    Today was another relaxing day. We spent the morning touring the Cesky Krumlov Castle Tower, Museum, and Gardens. The museum was nothing too spectacular, just various pieces from the Castle to show its history. The outside of the castle had a couple of bear "pits." The enclosures had a couple of European Brown Bears, which was a symbol of one of the local nobles. The tower was a bit high up! I (Bonnie) definitely ...

    On to the next place - Cesky Krumlov

    A travel blog entry by rskil on May 18, 2015

    19 photos

    ... can not get lost. We tumbled out of the bus, we ended up walking with a young Canadian backpacker who was heading in the same direction. We knew our accomodation was on the river, opposite the old town. Well we were on the right side sort of but we missed the gate to walk through. This meant we trudged, dragging our bags over the cobble stones, small wheels to not like big cobble stones, in the castle area, to the information centre. Here we received directions, more ...

    Césky Krumlov - a medieval town

    A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Sep 07, 2014

    8 photos

    ... interior which is not open to the public. The castle was built and held by the Krumlov family from 1273-1301, when the line died out, passing over to the Rosenbergs who owned it until the last of the kinfolk was forced to hand it over to King Rudolf I. He granted it to the Eggenbergs ( there's a beer by the same name, but not necessarily the same family line) with the King's financial assistance. Finally the Schwartzenberg family took over Césky Krumlov and ...

    An untouched medieval city to explore

    A travel blog entry by andy.and.emma on Jul 17, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... 15 mins of searching for the camp sites, we were driving along a narrow road when some massive drops of rain started to fall - within 10 mins, there was a river running through every street and we were reduced to driving at 10km/h to see where we were going and miss the oceanlike puddles that had appeared!

    We found a restaurant with wifi and sat down for something to eat and drink for lunch - and Andy started to find somewhere to stay (no tents in ...