Pension Ingrid

Address: Kaplicka 194, Cesky Krumlov, Bohemia, 38101, Czech Republic | 2 star pension
 
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This 2 star pension, located on Kaplicka 194, Cesky Krumlov, is near Cesky Krumlov Castle and House of Jakub Krcin.
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      Travel Blogs from Cesky Krumlov

      Prague to Cesky Krumlov

      A travel blog entry by nvs on Dec 05, 2014

      34 photos

      ... sure it was still there before we made our dinner decision!! She was suitably impressed and paid more to have extra chocolate! Neil and I shared one with chocolate, cream and strawberries. Having been suitably impressed by our waffles we did a short walk around the shops before heading to bed. We woke had breakfast and set off for Cesky Krumlov about 2.5 hours away. It was a very pleasant trip going ...

      Cesky Krumlov "The Krums"

      A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Nov 10, 2014

      24 photos

      ... back in the Krums, we continued to explore the little town and feel its magic for one last time. We walked along the charming streets and admired the views from the castle down onto the village and the river. It is one of my favorite places I’ve ever been, and I look forward to coming back one day during the summer time, to enjoy the outdoor terraces, white water rafting and visiting the castle (along with the awesome renaissance fair they hold in ...

      Bohemian Rhapsody

      A travel blog entry by leighge on Oct 04, 2014

      20 photos

      ... gothic, renaissance and baroque architecture and art, but during the communist era of Czechoslovakia much of it fell into disrepair. Since the Velvet Revolution of 1989 (best name for a revolution ever!) much of it’s former beauty has been restored and it’s now a major tourist attraction. The tour guide took us through the town, pointing out some of the more interesting buildings and telling stories of the characters who lived there. We made our way through ...

      Fairy tale Cesky Krumlov

      A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Jul 13, 2014

      1 comment, 43 photos

      ... dry!!). Sitting up front, the first one looked a bit daunting, but as we manoeuvred our way to the small opening I sat back and let go, and whoosh we were down, and we were upright. There was a bit of a splash, but we managed not to capsize! It was a bit like riding a tiny roller coaster but add water! By the time we got to the last weir, I felt like we were experts, and it actually turned out to be the tamest of all of them. I am sure the river conditions were pretty mild, as I had ...

      Cesky Krumlov

      A travel blog entry by lysebrooks on Apr 20, 2014

      3 comments, 10 photos

      We sadly disembarked the ship this morning and we are on our way to Prague (pronounced "Praha") Czech Republic by bus. Today Easter Sunday, we stopped in Cesky Krumlov, a medieval town in the Czech Republic. The city was never destroyed, it goes back to the 14th century. The Czechs are not a religious people - although they "celebrate" Easter, most people do not associate it with religion and would not be able to explain the ...