A wonderful and enchanting ... tortuous place.
This is precisely the meaning of "Krumbern Ouwe" from which the name of the city derives. Cesky Krumlov is an authentic pearl of the Czech Republic. One of those places, magical and suggestive, which strikes at first sight.
A Gothic-Renaissance jewel, with splendid residences, squares, alleys and the splendid castle, perched on a hill.
Whether it's a simple stopover from Prague, or a holiday, the ingredients are there to keep you captivated by the beauty and atmosphere of Cesky Krumlov
HOW TO GET
If the distance were to be quite high, the combined air / bus solution is the best.
The international airport of Prague-Ruzyne it is a little more distant than 160 km, and is well connected, with direct flights, with the main European and extra-European destinations.
Once landed, you have to add the center of Prague, from which the buses to Krumlov leave daily.
The excellent Czech company Student Agency / Regiojet, represents the best quality-price compromise. The company connects, every hour, the city with the Capital with prices starting from 179CZK per adult (about 7 €). Up to 16 years, you pay the reduced rate of 50%.
From Prague, the service is active from 06: 00 (first race) to 21: 00 (last race).
From Cesky Krumlov, the service is active from 05: 00 to 20: 00. The frequency is one hour and the travel time is approximately 3 hours.
Through the official website, you can also book the seats inside the bus. We recommend that you book in advance because the tickets, especially the weekend, end quite easily. Info and reservations on the official website, from this link.
A trip on the road to discover the wonderful Bohemia and the Czech countryside can give you pleasant surprises. Prague airport can be an excellent base, but even the Austrian airports are not to be disdained. Once landed, you can rent a car at really advantageous prices.
By car, from Prague, you have to travel about 160 kilometers to get to your destination. The Austrian Vienna and Salzburg are respectively 200 and 220 kilometers. Munich, however, is about 300 kilometers.
The train is undoubtedly the last option to consider if you want to reach Cesky Krumlov. The station is not directly connected to Prague, and above all it is quite far from the center (over 20 minutes).
The trains of the Czech Railways Czech Railways, connect the city directly with České Budějovice in about an hour's journey.