Český Krumlov is a town in southern Bohemia. It is also known as Krumlov, Bohemian Krumlov or Krumlov on the Vltava River.
It attracts mainly day tourists to the city on the Vltava, who stroll through the historic old town and visit the castle. The old town is a cultural monument and is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Travel information about Český Krumlov
The nearest airports are Linz (Austria) at 70 kilometres and Prague at 180 kilometres.
From Prague it is about 180 kilometres via the E55 to Český Krumlov. The nearest slightly larger town is České Budějovice, which is about 22 kilometres away.
There are two bus stations in the town, where the interregional connections stop: Český Krumlov bus station and Český Krumlov Špičák. From both stops you can reach the Old Town within 15 minutes on foot.
There are daily shuttle services with different bus companies from, for example, Vienna, Salzburg, Linz and Prague.
There is a regular bus from České Budějovice and the RegioJet from Prague.
The historic old town is a pedestrian zone and may only be entered with a special permit. There are five large car parks for a total of 777 cars in the immediate vicinity of the centre. Parking is free for the first 40 minutes.