Český Krumlov private tour

 

Very popular countryside medieval journey! Often connected with transfer to Austrian city of Vienna.

 

The town is on the UNESCO list of World Cultural Heritage. Founded in 1256, it is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful medieval towns in Europe. It was the headquarter of the powerful and important Rosenberg family (1253-1602), Eggenberg (1622-1719) and Schwarzenberg family (1719-1940)

 

Its grounds contain:

 

The second largest castle complex in the Czech Republic, a unique baroque theater complete with original stage machinery, scenery and backdrops, the Egon Schiele gallery, the St. Vitus 15th century church, the French-English style 17th century garden-park, a waxwork museum full of famos figures from Czech history, numerous shops selling Czech traditional home-made products and restaurants offering you local Eggenberg beer and delicious Czech-style cuisine.



This countryside trip includes stops in:

 

City of Tábor: Founded in 1420, the city of Hussite warriors, followers of Jan Hus the priest, philosofer and professor at the Charles university who was burned at the stake by Catholics in 1415. Hus was a key predecessor of the Protestant movement of the 16th century in Europe.

 

Hluboká Chateau: is regarded as one of the most beautiful stately homes in Bohemia founded in the mid 13th century in a politicaly sensitive area bordering on the interests of power of the King and the Rosenberg lords of Český Krumlov.