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Address: Soukenicka 43, Cesky Krumlov, Bohemia, Czech Republic | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Soukenicka 43, Cesky Krumlov, is near Cesky Krumlov Castle and House of Jakub Krcin.
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Travel Blogs from Cesky Krumlov

What we did over Christmas vacation

A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Jan 07, 2015

46 photos

... you can get there that way. It involves a couple of transfers. The shuttle service was completely booked on our return date, so we decided to take the train. It would have been just fine, if we hadn't gotten confused by Cesky Budjedovice having two stations. We needed to change trains at the main station, and not knowing what that station looked like, or what the Czech word for "South" was, or that there could even be two stations called "Cesky Budjedovice", we got off at ...

Cesky Krumlov to Vienna

A travel blog entry by nvs on Dec 06, 2014

2 comments, 24 photos

... snow was appearing in the paddocks and side of the road. We stopped to take photos of the thatched cottage and the nice gentleman invited us in to his property which we did. He was very friendly which was nice as a lot of Germans and Austrians have been very abrupt. We have stumbled across a few nice ones for the record. We had a nice "bakerie" stop where Neil chose some macaroons. I ended up having one of them and they were delicious!! Well we finally got to our accommodation ...

Prague & Beyond

A travel blog entry by tnmadchen on Jul 20, 2010

5 comments, 113 photos

... I mean, pretty obvious - you have to go under the city, duh! (We even went under the river! :O ) But still, when the most...escalating...you do is either in an air port or at the mall, like me....it was long. And cool. :) There was a wind that rushed up the tunnel of the escalators that added to the whole experience. And the texture walls were slanted in the same angle, so it made you feel like you were going to fall! Anyway, the train itself ...

Life just doesn't get better than this..

A travel blog entry by travellingjen on Aug 22, 2009

8 photos

... down the weirs into the centre of town. On my second day - one of my room mates and I decided to take a canoe out for a 90min (8km) trek along the river, we were dropped off up stream and paddled our way (in gorgeous sunlight!!) back into the town, passing through 4 weirs on the way and getting completely soaking wet. I'm sure I was a sight on my way back to the hostel with most of my clothes sticking to me ...

Days 38-40

A travel blog entry by gbasilio on Oct 20, 2007

... In the afternoon my friends Justin and Kelley arrived from Prague and we strolled through the city for a while (hey, they have real bears in the castle!). - At night we had dinner in my favorite restaurant, "Two Mary's". It was so cozy and picturesque! Day 40 - We did some more strolling and had lunch in another very interesting restaurant. It was some kind of cave dug in a basement. Really cool! I had a real pork knee, with all the whistles and ...