Mesmerizing Cheski-Krumlov – Walking Tour
Through a peaceful and insightful 2-hour walking tour become familiar with some of the most intriguing corners, stories, and landmarks of Cheski-Krumlov. Find out how this charming city became so diverse in heritage, unique customs, traditions, and culture. Through sightseeing coupled with storytelling, explore the city and witness its glory. Start the journey from the Regional Museum where authentic exhibitions will provide doors to ancient, medieval, and modern times of Cheski-Krumlov. Admire the neo-gothic Church of St. John, founded in the 14th century. Learn significant historical facts by exploring the Monastery of the minorities. Gaze upon a plethora of monuments and bond with the atmosphere at the Naplavka promenade. Enjoy refreshing scenes as you end the tour near mesmerizing River Vitava.
- Professional local tour guide
- Admission fee to Regional museum: 2.12$
Route & Duration
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.
Church of St. Vitus
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.
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.
Perfect spot for the ending of your trip.You can enjoy the promenade there and make great photos.
At the main entrance of the Regional museum in the Czech Krumlov
(Horní 152, 381 01 Český Krumlov, Czechia) See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.