You’ve no doubt heard of Český Krumlov already. It’s the gorgeous little town in the hills of Southern Bohemia where the Vltava River wraps around a beautifully restored old town and the second-largest chateau in the country (after Prague).

The entire old town is UNESCO world heritage listed and the narrow cobbled streets and lanes could have been conjured straight from a book of fairytales

For a more specific activity though, a visit to the chateau is a must.

Just off the main square, the Egon Schiele art centre is a world class facility. Entry is not cheap, but past exhibitions have included Salvador Dali, Keith Haring and Marc Chagall.

If you’re here during the warm weather you shouldn’t miss a chance to get into or onto the River. You’ll see plenty of locals swimming and dozens if not hundreds of people in canoes and inflatable rafts. There are several companies that will hire you a raft and equipment, drive you upstream and leave you the rest of the day to make your way back to Krumlov.


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