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Private Cesky Krumlov Full-Day Small-Group Tour from Prague by Train: City Walking Tour And Vltava River Rafting

Price USD$684.86


Private Cesky Krumlov Full-Day Small-Group Tour from Prague by Train: City Walking Tour And Vltava River Rafting
Enjoy an 8-hour trip to ?eský Krumlov from Prague. Drive through the south Bohemian countryside, over rolling hills and past quaint villages and find yourself in the enchanting medieval town of ?eský Krumlov, recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. See the Renaissance ?eský Krumlov Castle with its colorful tower overlooking the beautifully preserved Old Town from a great hill. This little gem of a city breathes Bohemian charm, offering little cafes, art galleries and antique shops lining the winding streets.

This 8-hour day tour to ?eský Krumlov from Prague. Start from Hlavni Nadrazi train station from where you will be transported to the beautiful town and UNESCO World Heritage Site of ?eský Krumlov, a small city in the South Bohemian region of Czech Republic where ?eský Krumlov Castle is located.

Upon arrival you will meet your guide who will take you on a city walking tour. Discover the beautiful village with its cobblestone paths, quaint cafes, shops, and riverside restaurants and make your way to the castle, which was originally built in 1240. Overlooking the village with its Renaissance and Baroque buildings and palaces with period interiors, preserved theater and art displays.

After your walking tour your guide will leave you in the hands of your rafting instructors who will take you up river where you will be able to raft down Vltava river. Enjoy the scenic views and navigate through the numerous weirs, possibly stopping at one of the local docks for refreshments. The river courses through the town and this is where you will disembark and replenish your energy at one of the local restaurants. Explore the town on your own next until you decide to return to Prague.

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Enjoy an 8-hour trip to ?eský Krumlov from Prague. Drive through the south Bohemian countryside, over rolling hills and past quaint villages and find yourself in the enchanting medieval town of ?eský Krumlov, recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. See the Renaissance ?eský Krumlov Castle with its colorful tower overlooking the beautifully preserved Old Town from a great hill. This little gem of a city breathes Bohemian charm, offering little cafes, art galleries and antique shops lining the winding streets.