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TravelPod Member ReviewsPenzion Laura Cesky Krumlov
Great place to stay. Excellent breakfast and service there and the rooms are great. Nice family run Penzion
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Today. Mhm where to start??
1. Breakfast.. Tick.
2. 25min walk to the middle of nowhere.. Tick.
3. The worst bus instructions ever given.. Tick.
4. 1hr bus back to Prague.. Oops.
5. Bus dropoff in the middle of nowhere.. Tick.
... onto in an enclosed area. They feed the bears apples, tomatoes, carrots, lettuce and hot dog buns, which is exactly what one would think they eat out in the wild. We left that area and explored a bit more. We went into a really nice church, ate some traditional Czech food & beer at a few local restaurants, tried their local snack "trdelník" which was a delicious cylindrical churro and ended up back in Zapa and Gypsy bar again. We met a nice ...
... areas of the castle, where the magnificent renaissance architecture and decoration was everywhere, to a lookout over the whole town and finally ended in the castle gardens. The gardens were split into two parts - the French garden, all very organised and neat; and the English garden, which was more like an English forest with large trees. In the English garden was a summer palace, and the guide told us that it had often been used for important meetings. To make ...
... lesson: the menu price will quote wine for say .1 of a litre, BUT the server will bring you double the amount and charge you double the price. You have to make sure you get the size you ordered. We enjoyed dinner at an Italian restaurant and took one last stroll through the town. Césky Krumlov is a picture perfect town a fairy tale image right out of a Disney movie. It's also overrun with tourists. While we enjoyed our stay here, once you've seen it, well you've seen ...
Cesky Krumlov really is one of those fairy tale like places complete with its own castle on a hill, set on a winding river, with steeples and beautiful mountains surrounding the town. I'm sure there are many other similar little towns spread all over the Czech Republic, but I’m also sure there are none quite like Cesky Krumlov. It is absolute tourist central, and being peak season, there are bus loads of tourists crowding the streets. Probably even more so than Bruges, it feels like ...