Cesky Krumlov Old Town is one of the most enchanting places to visit in Europe. This stunning town in South Bohemia is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and has one of the most impressive castles in the Czech Republic on a hill across the river Vltava.
We’ve already written articles on things to do in Cesky Krumlov and the outstanding Museum Fotoatelier Seidel, the latter a one of a kind museum that tells some of the history of both Cesky Krumlov and photography at once.
Many visit Cesky Krumlov on day trips from Prague – first time around, many moons ago, I did – but this is somewhere that deserves a bit more time, at least a one-night stay, just to soak up the atmosphere of this stunning small country town.
We filled up a serious amount of memory card during our recent 4-night stay in Cesky Krumlov, so here are 27 photographs of this wonderful place to encourage you to dream of travelling once again.
David Angel is a British writer and photographer who has been travelling and photographing Europe for over 25 years. His work is regularly featured in worldwide media including the BBC, the Guardian, the Times and the Sunday Times.
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I’m David a Welsh photographer & writer. Along with my wife Faye we created Delve into Europe to showcase Europe’s under the radar, unique & beautiful places. We hope our articles encourage you to delve deeper in to this extraordinary continent and get off the beaten path.