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- Wonderful location. Beautiful small old Town. Deserves the distance. Unfortunately train arrives not in cesky KRUMLOV but bus takes you from a different railway station 20km away, due to road/rail works at the time we visited.Written November 27, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The latran houses along the banks of the river in Cesky Krumlov are definitely worth a visit. Once factories, mills and houses for upclass nobles, they’re now boutique shops, restaurants and hotels….but they still have kept their overall charm. The streets are cobbled, the river is rushing past and even the old water wheel is turning. Definitely a fun way to enjoy the afternoon after a visit to the castle.Written November 11, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This beautiful monestry is open to the public and well worth a visit. Another bonus about this place is it is at the bottom of the hill so you don’t need to climb miles like the castle which is also worth it by the way.
This is a Centre for culture and arts and it is an oasis of calm in the town. Dive of the tourist packed streets into the Gardens of this place and you will have peace and quiet along with beautiful views and photo opportunitiesWritten June 1, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- It is right at the entrance of the city unless you come in behind and go straight to the castle from the marketplace. It is well built. You can rent kayaks just down beside the water.Written August 7, 2022
- Stopped in for a few beers and felt transported back in time. Lovely old building, great ambiance, nice beer selection, and, a mandatory stop when in the village.Written August 15, 2022
- Its only a 9k drive from Cesky Krumlov but it feels much further. You start at the railway station in the village of Tristov. There are two options. We did a circuit hike. First 2k along the tiny road (no traffic) to the right, which is a nice walk although 3/4 through fields and 1/4 through forest with one small stream crossing over a bridge. The after visiting the castle (bring CZ cash for entry) walk back the other way 1.5K along the red trail - all through forests but quite steep. The trail is really much nicer and really feels like hiking, although of course short distance. There are some nice views. The ruins itself is interesting but all the signs are only in Czeck so hard to understand the significance. If you are limited on time this is not probably worth skipping Cesky Krulov but if you are there a few days and looking for something else in the area to do this is a good option if you like off the beaten path walks and rural views of countryside and streams. I suppose you can take a train but we drove. There is also another 2K walk to the ruins from another parking area but I was not sure how to get there.Written August 7, 2018
- it is the former jesuit college for the monks. now it is 5 star hotel overseeing the whole town. very beautiful from the outside. did not stay there.Written February 26, 2020
- as you walk along this medieval town you get to see all different kinds of building with unique design.Written February 26, 2020
- This is the house where obviously Schiele spent his time, when he was in the former Fink cafe. Today is a Pizza house - but don't forget the house is from the 16. century!Written July 15, 2017
- Great fairy tale city. The castle, the water around the city - all make you smile. The shops and restaurants are very tourists but it's all part of the atmosphereWritten May 28, 2023
- as you walk in this medieval town you will very beautiful house with different kinds of design and facade. takes you back in time.Written February 26, 2020
- This house was once the home of the court's alchimist in the 16. century. From the original building the door remained untouched.Written July 16, 2017
- If you walk on Latran street it is hard to say which house you don't want to mention - one is better than the other.Written July 16, 2017
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