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Cesky Krumlov Day Trip from Prague

  • 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)
Cesky Krumlov Day Trip from Prague
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Cesky Krumlov Day Trip from Prague

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 1 week ago
A castle, a little town with a gentle river running through it.

There is a great deal to explore but be prepared to climb to the castle on cobble stone. There is a tour of the castle and a beautiful view of the town from the castle. Lots of stores and restaurants. Once again bring small change...More

Thank under65
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Worth a long day from Prague

On the english speaking tour we had Helen. And she is a character (in a good way). She likes to talk so make sure you get enough sleep the previous night. But listening to her you get a sense of history of the place/country/her views...More

5  Thank Naushik D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Long Bus Ride

We booked a Flex Bus and thought it was going to be good, but it wasn't. The bus was ok, but it was super late arriving and the Wi-Fi promised on the bus did not work at all. The total bus ride there and back...More

1  Thank bubbasmalls
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Picturesque medieval town

Lot of walking to explore and enjoy this medieval town. Very picturesque. Is a long day so come prepared with comfortable walking shoes and a bag to carry water and camera

Thank Grant R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Cesky Krumlov castle

The Castle tour was very interesting. The local guide was very knowledgeable about the history of the Castle,the town and the ruling families. Bring good footwear as the cobbled streets can be very slippery even on dry days. There are some very good place to...More

1  Thank wogilvie
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Damini J
23 June 2018|
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Response from wogilvie | Reviewed this property |
The Tour group still says it is a 10 hour trip. 3 hours or so to travel there, 3 hours or so of looking around and a return journey in the afternoon which could take 4 hours. The only thing that is certain is the departure... More
28 May 2018|
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Response from mariaoH3225LJ | Reviewed this property |
This is a regular bus line, I assume they would have services on those days, but it wouldn´t hurt to check with them first, it is call Grey Line. Good luck! and expect lots of snow if you go on those days
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