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A visit to Cesky Krumlov is a step back in time

The Globetrotter Corporate Travel Managers love to travel! Recently, Francine visited the fairy tale town and UNESCO World Heritage Listed site of Cesky Krumlov. Read more...

Written by Francine Griffiths
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Cesky Krumlov is a small city in the Czech Republic built around a 13th Century castle along the meandering banks of the Vitava River.

Visiting Cesky Krumlov is like you have been transported back in time to the middle ages. This is an elegant old town that is overlooked by a spectacular castle. The town has been impeccably restored and transformed with cosy restaurants and classy boutique hotels that are hidden throughout maze-like alleyways.

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With riverside cafes and bars and souvenir shops filled with all sorts of knick knacks, you really do feel like you are walking in your very own fairytale.

Now a UNESCO World Heritage listed site, Cesky Krumlov is the second busiest tourist town in the Czech Republic behind Prague and well worth a visit.

Simply contact¬†us to make this experience a reality. You won’t be disappointed!

Originally posted by Globetrotter Corporate.

Written by Francine Griffiths
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