Daytrips from Prague
From $800

Cesky Krumlov Daytrip (9-11 hours)

This guided daytrip from Prague takes us to a plethora of UNESCO Heritage Sites, including the fairy tale town of Cesky Krumlov, said to be the second most beautiful city in the country after Prague. Besides visiting this stunning medieval town with the second largest castle complex in Europe, we will also stop along the way to admire the Neo-Gothic Hluboka Castle or traditional Bohemian historical village of Holasovice.

9-11 hours (including 5h drive time)

Detailed Information
Cesky Krumlov is full of hidden gems, magical corners, lookout spots, as well as medieval taverns, pubs and cafes. It has a beautiful castle towering above the picturesque city centre. Due to its exceptionally well preserved medieval town core Cesky Krumlov has been listed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site.  While in Cesky Krumlov, you will take a guided tour in the castle complex and walk up the tower to indulge in the wonderful view of the medieval town and the surrounding countryside. You will wander around the medieval streets and enjoy lunch in one of the local cafes. On the way there we will make a stop to adore the Neo-gothic pearl of South Bohemia – the Hluboka Castle with its English-style park.  On the way back I will take you to see Holasovice, a traditional Bohemian historical village that consists of 23 brick farmyards, and is also listed on the UNESCO site.

Included in the tour rate:
Services of private Prague tour guide
Private transportation in a comfortable vehicle with a professional driver and A/C
Hotel pick-up and drop-off

Please make provision for:
Admission fee to the Cesky Krumlov Castle – approx. USD 5
Refreshments

Additional Information
This trip involves a lot of walking, so it is suggested that participants wear sneakers or light hiking shoes, as well as layers of clothing. Snacks and water will be available along the way.

This full-day trip is available all year round. Kindly note that the castle interiors are closed on Mondays, April through October. In the winter season, November through March, are closed completely.