Cesky Krumlov Hidden Gem Attractions

THE 5 BEST Hidden Gems in Cesky Krumlov

Best Cesky Krumlov Hidden Gem Attractions

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  • abetu
    Prague, Czech Republic31 contributions
    You have to visit this place when you have the chance. It’s lovely experience, you can walk through the whole house by yourself just with an audio guide. We paid a little extra money and enjoyed being actually photographed in the historic atelier and in the costumes. Definitely recommend that too. Big thank you to the people there, especially the young guy at the counter. He was really sweet and professional!
    Written July 9, 2022
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  • pfefmeister
    San Francisco, CA2,629 contributions
    We started in central Cesky Krumlov and walked uphill to the train station. From there it’s a moderately uphill climb on an asphalt road to the trailhead at the end of the road. Fairly straightforward to follow the green/white markings. At the top you have obstructed views so you have to pay to go up the tower for the best views. About 6 miles to the top. We decided to continue on to Holubov from Klet. Follow the rough trail that goes under the chairlift until you reach an asphalt trail that takes you down into the valley. Continue until you arrive at Holubov and work your way to the train station. There are close by cafes to kill time as you wait for the train. Eventually, board train for trip back to Cesky Krumlov. A perfect day trip!
    Written August 15, 2022
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  • Brittany_11_10
    Los Angeles, CA1,614 contributions
    Cute (and free) little museum, showcasing some of the history of the region via its commercial products, more or less. There's actually quite a number of items, and the placards explaining the item collections are written in a few languages (including English). There's also a little gift shop section near the entrance/exit if you want to buy some replicas of old timey things.
    Written November 30, 2021
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  • Joan B
    Preston, UK65 contributions
    This is a lovely little museum just by the castle steps. An amazing selection of marionettes of various ages. Up in the rafters of an old building it was a little stuffy but well worth the visit
    Written June 3, 2018
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  • mattlegacy21
    16 contributions
    Exceptional experience. We were met by Michal in the town square, and were immediately impressed with his friendliness. He told us interesting history of the city as we walked to the pier, finally walking under Michal's Bridge. We were lucky enough to have the raft to ourselves, and enjoyed every moment. The scenery is breath taking, and it is an excellent way to see the city, especially for the first time. The price was on the low side for how good of an experience it was, and it came with an alcoholic drink included! Make sure you do this on your trip to CK; it was our favorite activity we did. Thank you Michal!
    Written November 13, 2022
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