Hotel Klor

Doudleby 22, Doudleby, Bohemia, 370 07 , Czech Republic | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Doudleby

Cesky Krumlov

A travel blog entry by watties42 on Jul 31, 2014

... are! Town just as I imagined. Motel lovely and lots of little streets to wander around and bars and restaurants. Went up in the castle, which isn't so impressive, and up the tower. Then wandered a bit more, had a drink at a bar, then dinner on the river , watching the canoes and rafts coming in. Then went to a piano bar and sat with a yank from Charlstn... Had a good ...

Over the border into the Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by erylevans on Jul 21, 2014

13 photos

... around this UNESCO renovated City, lots of cobbled streets and lots of Shops for tourists! The gables of the houses were all different with many painted houses.
The cathedral is for St Vitus (as of St Vitus' Dance) and has a very sharp Roof. It was a mixture of gothic and baroque, and they do baroque big time in this area!
The Bohemian glass is very popular, the two big families are Rosenberg and ...

Fairy tale Cesky Krumlov

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Jul 13, 2014

1 comment, 43 photos

... stunning view. The castle and the main church in the old town really dominate the scenes across the little town, along with the winding river, making it incredibly picturesque. We even managed to find some quieter little spots away from the hordes of tourists where we could enjoy the river views in some peace, before we found a great little spot right on the river to have a beer and watch the rafters go by! The Vltava River can get busier than Bourke Street (or George Street for ...

A taste of the Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by merlest54 on May 20, 2014

3 comments, 44 photos

... Cesky Krumlov and now that I’m here I’m not disappointed. It is a beautiful town and quite different from the other medieval towns which we’ve been to. It was given UNESCO World Heritage status in 1992 and is situated in South Bohemia in the Czech Republic. The town was built around Krumlov Castle which was constructed in 1253. The architecture is a mixture of gothic, renaissance and baroque. A maze of cobbled, winding streets makes this a ...

Cesky Krumlov

A travel blog entry by andyandmichele on Apr 14, 2012

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Cesky Krumlov

Today we travelled 4 hours in a car with a young man who could not speak English. He was our driver from Germany to the Czech Republic. Unfortunately we were unable to do this on our own due to hire car costs across countries, one way drop off fees. There were no direct trains, so we found this shuttle service. It worked well. The girls were a little scared when he got to 167km/h on the autobahn at one point, ...