Walking through the narrow streets of this beautiful city, inhaling the aroma of meat roasting on an open fire, which mixes with the wonderful smells of wine, cinnamon, fresh pastries, walking along the river, intricately winding through the city, sitting in a medieval tavern, where everything is done according to old rules, seeing rich museums, colorful souvenir and craft shops, in a word, getting to know this city better, you will love it forever and leave a piece of your heart in it!

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  • Professional local tour guide

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Regional museum

    The Regional Museum is housed in the original historic building of the former Jesuit seminary, which is the oldest Baroque building in the city. Recently, the building was reconstructed, and the exposition was updated and looks just brilliant.

  • 2

    Church of St. Vita

    The slender and elongated neo-Gothic tower of the Church of St. John. Vita together with the castle tower create a unique silhouette of the city. The church was founded in 1340 under Peter I Rožmberk by the master Lingart of Aldenberk in the Gothic style.

  • 3

    Monastery of the minorities

    A large courtyard, where the cemetery used to be, is surrounded by Baroque buildings. This is the Church of the Body of the Lord of Christ and extensive monastic buildings

  • 4


    Perfect spot for the ending of your trip.You can enjoy the promenade there and make great photos.

Meeting Point

Entrance of Regional museum (Horní 152, 381 01 Český Krumlov, Czechia)

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.