Český Krumlov (Böhmisch Krumau or Krummau in German) is a district town in southern Bohemia lying on the banks of the Vltava River. It is situated near the national reserve Blatenský forest.
Český Krumlov Castle
Český Krumlov Castle was built in the Renaissance style. In the castle complex, you will find the Lower Castle, dominated by a tower and the Upper Castle. One of the most interesting sights is the Cloak Bridge (Most Na plášti) between the castle and the Castle Gardens.
The town center, which hasn’t changed from the time it was founded, boasts Gothic, Renaissance and even Baroque buildings. The best known is the Renaissance Town Hall and the Gothic Church of St Vitus.
Lying on the right bank of the Vltava River, Latrán is a quarter situated to the north of Inner Town and connected to it by the Lazebnický Bridge. Latrán is famous for its Gothic buildings, especially the town fortification and St Jošt Church – a museum of puppets now.
Plešivec is a historic part of the suburb and a town conservation area.