|Walking around this fairytale, medieval town is the best way to enjoy its beautiful Gothic, Renaissance & Baroque architecture and scenic river views. Some people manage to see the sights in a day, but most people extend their stay to 2,3+ days.|
Ceske Krumlov Castle:
Gardens open all year. Interior Tu-Su Apr&Oct 9-12:00/13-15:00, May-Sep 8-12:00/13-16:00
Tour in Czech: 70kc/St.-30kc. in English 130kc/65kc
Castle Tower-30/20kc, Castle Lapidarium 20/10kc
2nd largest castle in the Czech Republic. Originally built in the 13th C on the site of a fortress. Contains examples of Gothic, Baroque & Renaissance Architecture. Houses the oldest Baroque theater in Europe. There are 2 tours - Route I covers the chapel, the Hall of Masks & some baroque style rooms. Route II - Schwarzenberg portrait gallery, 19th C rooms & renaissance rooms.
Egon Schiele Gallery: Centrum
Open: 10-18:00 Entry Fee: 120/80kc
An Art Gallery dedicated to the Austrian artist Egon Schiele who lived in Ceske Krumlov for a short time. Over 50 of his watercolors are on display. The historical Renaissance style building is very beautiful, a major attraction in itself.
Revolving Auditorium Castle Gardens: T56925F55640
Plays and opera performances are held here during the summer. They are very popular events, advance booking is recommended. See festival list 1998's programme.
Ceske Krumlov Museum: Horni 152
Open Tu-Su10-12:30, 13-18:00 Entry Fee:30/St. 5kc
Exhibition on the historical and cultural development of Ceske Krumlov. The highlight is the ceramic model of the town as it was in 1800.
Ceske Krumlov Graphite
Mine ul. Chvalsinska, T711199
Open: 8:30-15:00 Entry Fee: 120kc
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