Czech Republic: Cesky Krumlov
After Vienna the three of us headed up into the Czech Republic to Cesky Krumlov. This town and the castle overlooking it date back to the late 13th century and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With its amazing architecture, rambling narrow streets and the Vltava river winding through it, it was one of our favourite stops on the trip.
Looking out over Cesky Krumlov from the castle – Viv
Cesky Krumlov castle
One of the resident castle bears taking a dip!
If we’re going to be tourists we may as well embrace it…
Winding streets and beautiful old buildings
View of the castle
Exploring the streets
Sampling a local sweet pastry called trdelník!
So many little shops!
Walking down to the Vltava river for our night boat ride
Tiff and Sue
Cesky Krumlov castle at night