Český Krumlov (Böhmisch Krumau or Krummau in German) is a district town in southern Bohemia lying on the banks of the Vltava River. It is situated near the national reserve Blatenský forest.
Český Krumlov Castle
Český Krumlov Castle is the seconds biggest castle complex in the Czech Republic built in the Reneissance style. It counts forty buildings and palaces dating back to 1240. We recommend you to visit the Lower Castle (with its famous tower), Upper Castle and be sure to take a walk in the Castle Gardens. The Cloak Bridge (Most Na plášti) is also a sight to see.
Would you like see Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque buildings while taking a walk in a single town? Visit Český Krumlov and roam the streets of the the town centre. The best known buildings are the Renaissance Town Hall and the Gothic Church of St Vitus.
Latrán is a quarter of Český Krumlov, lying on the right bank of the Vltava River. The way from Latrán to the Inner Town leads through the Lazebnický Bridge. Across the quarter, there is a street lined by Gothic and Renaissance buildings, counting the town fortification and former St Jošt Church – a museum of puppets now.
A historic mill would probably be one of the last places where you would look for a motorcycle museum. But that is exactly where you would find it, on the foot of the town castle, in one of oldest buildings in town. Museum boasts more then 20 historic motorcycles and other things connected to motoring.
Lets take a shuttle from Hallstatt to Cesky Krumlov with Czechshuttle.