Cesky Krumlov lies on the banks of the Vltava (as does
Prague) in Bohemia, close to the Austrian border. The entire
centre of town
is a magical place and is UNESCO heritage listed. The most common
way to get to Cesky Krumlov is to take a train from Ceske
One of my favourite photos of the tower. It is
built on 13th Century ruins, the part you can see in this photo dates
from the 16th Century. You can see it is partly renaissance, mixed
with a little pagoda influence.
A view of the tower with a interesting facade in the
Looking back at the Krumlov Castle and
Taken from the Plastovy Bridge (see last photo on this
looking down to the river Vltava.
A winter view of the scene in the photo directly above.
Entering the Krumlov castle.
The 18th Century Plastovy Bridge which takes you from the castle to
the gardens and has a wonderful view of the Vltava river below.
Namesti Svornosti, the main square in Cesky Krumlov.
Another view of the banks of the Vltava in Cesky
Krumlov in Winter.