Český Krumlov
is a unique medieval town located on the Vltava river in the South Bohemian region, whose history dates back to the 13th century. The town with it beautiful historical centre, 300 protected medieval buildings and the castle complex is UNESCO World Heritage site. The castle complex is one of the largest complexes in the Eastern Europe. It features a Baroque theatre, a 27-acre rococo garden with a cascading fountain, an outdoor revolving theatre, and a castle tower, which combines Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque elements. The castle, perched above the city on a rocky promontory, offers spectacular panoramic views. A gothic church of St. Vitus from the XV century and an Old Town Square are another important landmarks.

The town features numerous inns, pubs, restaurants, shops, museums, galleries, historical and religious buildings, and above all, an idyllic atmosphere. The town and its surroundings offer an abundance of outdoor activities, such as  historical walking or castle tours, fishing, camping, hiking, cross-country skiing. Numerous water sports are available to the visitors, including river rafting, canoeing, kayaking, paddling. Children are attracted by the real live bears, which are located in the castle moat.

The town is well-known for its festivals – A Five-Petalled Rose Festival in June and an International Music Festival Český Krumlov in July and August.

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Web: www.ckrumlov.info
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