Bratislava to Cesky Krumlov

Taking its name from the German for 'crooked meadow' Český Krumlov is a perfectly preserved medieval town set within the tightly embracing meanders of the Vltava river.

From BratislavaA city that feels like a town

Following the dissolution of Czechoslovakia at the end of 1992, Bratislava became the capital of the new Slovak Republic and immediately began to transform itself into the popular metropolis that it is today. The city undeniably justifies its position as the political, cultural and economic center of Slovakia and is home to numerous theaters, museums, galleries, concert halls, cinemas, and foreign cultural institutions. History and culture lovers can explore Bratislava Old Town, often referred to as a “Mini-Vienna on the Danube” with its plazas, museums, baroque and gothic palaces while sampling the cafes and the many ethnically diverse restaurants. This exuberant and energetic multicultural city comfortably caters to every taste through its large range of historical and modern attractions and should be high on every travelers “to do” list.

ViaStop to discover these sights

Melk

Abbey town on the Danube

Aggstein

The Wachau Valley at its medieval best

Kreuzenstein

An Austrian phoenix of a castle.

Klosterneuburg

A well-to-do hideaway

Vyssi Brod

A spiritual and historical landmark

Mauthausen

Austria's Secret Nazi Death Camp

To Cesky Krumlov Jewel of South Bohemia

Miraculously escaping the destructive tides of war for over seven centuries the town's architectural heritage, a harmonious melange of building styles dominated by the Renaissance, has remained beguilingly intact. The facades of painted houses, traditional artisan shops, taverns and restaurants simply reeking of centuries past form a delightful labyrinth in which you can lose yourself completely. There's gem after gem to be found in this orange-roofed jewel-box of a town and everyone will have their favourite. Perhaps the baroque theatre in the Castle grounds, one of the best preserved in central Europe. Český Krumlov is no static museum piece pickled in amber however, it vibrates with life all year round, with a diverse program of cultural events and festivals celebrating everything from St Wenceslaus to Wine.

plan my trip

Private transfer from Bratislava toCesky Krumlov with a local, English-speaking driver.
Door-to-Door service. Convenient, affordable, and faster than train.

Discover moreMore routes, more fun, more experiences

Karlovy Vary to Innsbruck

Opulence in the Alps

Ostrava to Warsaw

The Paris of the East

Debrecen to Prague

The City of a Hundred Spires

Brno to Olomouc

The Historical Capital of Moravia

Strasbourg to Prague

The City of a Hundred Spires

Cesky Krumlov to Venice

The Floating City

I want to start in...
... and go to

Private door-to-door transfers between cities with local drivers. Door-to-Door service.
Convenient, affordable, and faster than a train. Custom sightseeing itineraries available.

loading