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Cesky Krumlov Day Trip from Prague

From US$85.90
Highlights
  • Seamless day trip to UNESCO-listed Cesky Krumlov from Prague
  • Travel to Cesky by comfortable coach and see highlights with a guide
  • Included admission to Cesky Krumlov Castle (April-October only)
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Cesky Krumlov Day Trip from Prague
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Cesky Krumlov Day Trip from Prague
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Overview

Visiting the UNESCO-listed town of Cesky Krumlov from Prague on your own means hiring a car or juggling trains or buses. Save yourself the hassle on this full-day tour, which includes comfortable coach transport and the opportunity to see all the highlights. Enjoy admission to Cesky Krumlov Castle (April-October), a visit to Church of St. Vitus, a guided walk in the medieval old town, and an included lunch (November-March only).

What to Expect

After morning pickup in central Prague, relax in a comfortable, air-conditioned coach and admire South Bohemia’s countryside as you journey to Cesky Krumlov.

On arrival in this UNESCO-protected town, head for its showpiece: 13th-century Cesky Krumlov Castle. On a rocky outcrop carved by the Vltava river, this picture-book fortress commands sweeping views of the old, red-roofed town below.

Explore the rich interiors (April-October) as your guide charts the castle's history, or enjoy an included lunch in the town in winter (November-March).

Take a guided stroll in the old town and enjoy the opportunity to view Church of St. Vitus, another of Cesky’s landmarks and home to a stunning baroque altar.

Finally, use your ample free time to delve into the town as you wish: perhaps people-watching from a sidewalk cafe and shopping for souvenirs. Your trip ends with a drop-off in central Prague.

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Reviewed 3 days ago
A lovely scenic day trip to medieval Cesky Krumlov

The day trip was long but I was not bored. I was worried we might be rushed for time at the medieval town of Cesky Krumlov, but no. Our guide Rene timed everything perfectly, and the tour was well-paced. He was friendly and jovial, and...More

1  Thank tinagan88
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Premiant City tour

We joint the one day trip. The tour bus is very good condition. The tour guide Jaroslav Vanecek is very good and knowledge. The CK City very pretty, the afternoon Castle tour is really great. Free time to walk around town , have enough time...More

4  Thank Harry Y
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Stunning beautiful, amazing trip to an enchanting city.

I read the reviews, but there are not enough words to say how charming this beautiful city is. Our tour guide, Petra, managed to seamlessly go from English, to German, to Russian, ensuring everyone knew what we were seeing. The trip does not include the...More

2  Thank LizG0409
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Outstanding, But Not Without Flaws

This trip is well worth the expense. Overall, Cesky Krumlov is a place you likely have never heard of but you will wish you had. Quite simply, it is among the most beautiful places I've seen. You probably read that it takes over 2 hours...More

15  Thank CTManny
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Idyllic Village Experience

We did this day trip by ourselves by train from Prague....needed a break from the city. The village is quaint with cobbled streets and beautiful architecture. I guess the inevitable souvenir shops will always exist but they do detract from the beauty of small villages...More

Thank 701David
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braddo5041
19 April 2018|
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Response from roosee45 | Reviewed this property |
They collected me from where I was staying at 8.30am. We then proceeded to the pick up area outside the main train station and collected another couple. The travel to Cesty Kromlov takes around 3 hours. The bus is... More
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goldietr
11 April 2018|
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Response from mariaoH3225LJ | Reviewed this property |
The bus we took had a toilet, the trip is about 3 hours long from Prague.
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goldietr
11 April 2018|
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Response from Cynthia O | Reviewed this property |
No. They do stop once on the way there. There are pay toilets scattered around the castle and town. Super cheap and easy to use. Restaurants have bathrooms too so you don't have to rely on public toilets. They do not make a... More
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