¡Si le gustan los castillos, seguro que no se quiere perder el castillo de Cesky Krumlov, declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad! Conocido como la "Perla del Renacimiento", el castillo de Cesky Krumlov es uno de los puntos de interés histórico más importantes de toda Europa Central. Viajará en autobús desde Praga, a través del hermoso paisaje rural del sur de Bohemia y pasando por pueblecitos y lagos muy pintorescos. Toda la ciudad de Cesky Krumlov ha sido declarada Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO, y alberga 300 casas históricas, el castillo y el "chateau".
La ciudad vale mucho la pena, es bonita y pintoresca. El trayecto desde Praga es un poco largo pero disfrutarlo también formó parte del viaje. El grupo de personas era muy diverso en cuanto a su procedencia y fue muy agradable intercambiar opiniones. La guía fue amabiisima y demostró durante toda la visita una gran valía profesional.
Cesky Krumlov is a beautiful town. Guide spoke in both English and Spanish, so he had a running commentary, which didn't bother us. He was knowledgeable about Czech history. Lunch was ok. There was a lot of downtime though, after lunch. Maybe in the winter, the tour could be a bit shorter, to get back to Prague a little earlier, so we can do a bit more sightseeing. (Date of tour: November 27, 2018)
Our English tour guide was hard to understand, a long day in the bus actual more time in the bus than on the tour. Lunch was included, should be an option as we wasted around 1 hour. A quick bit would have given more time to sight see the beautiful location.
We had a lovely outing to Cesky Krumlov. The meeting point is easy to find. Nice drive in the bus. A overview of Czech Rep history was given to us en route to the town. Once there you are amazed at the sights of the town. Our tour guide was Czech and presented the tour both in English and Spanish. We toured the town and had aprox 2 hours of free time depending on how long you stayed for lunch, which was more than enough time to explore and take plenty of photos.
Yes, the trip to Cesky Krumlov is a bit long but well worth it! The village is beautiful and the tour guide was very knowledgeable pointing out sites on the way up to Cesky Krumlov and also talking with us while we were there for a bit. It was a joy to get away from the busy city and see something different from Czech Republic. Definitely recommend!
Chesky Krumlov was beautiful and should be see. But getting there was awful from start to finish. We were the third couple in line for pickup that am but because of where the bus pulled up we were left the last two back seats on the bus. Didnât take us long to realize the air conditioner was out. It was even hotter in the back. At our bathroom break one couple decided they would chew out the bus tour guide so he moved them to the bus following us. The guide himself was very dry. Monotone. Finally to our destination and as I said itâs a beautiful place. Fun exploring on our own. Anyway back to the bus. No mention the air conditioning wasnât fixed nore did they get another bus. Itâs almost a three hour bus trip and because there was an accident somewhere on the highway the driver decided to take another route around it and by that I mean he was flying through several residential areas. So many turns and bumps. So here we are on the back of a hot bus and getting tossed around. I thought I was going to be sick. We were running late getting back because of all the âshort cutsâ so there was no bathroom break on the way home and no mention of one. They just forged ahead. Everyone was so happy to get off the bus and they ran for bathrooms. Of course there was no one in the check in booth so you could not even ask about a possible refund. We have used Viator in the past and have been very pleased. The problem was with Martin Tours who they contacted with. Bottom line do visit the stunning Chesky Krumlov but find another way to get there.