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Český Krumlov, with its narrow cobblestone streets, has been enchanting visitors for centuries—give yourself the time needed to get acquainted. This Local Living option situates you in a historic house that's only a 5-minute walk to the centre of town. Spend your time horseback riding, exploring castles, enjoying a leisurely pub crawl along the Vltava River or day-tripping to national parks— it's your call. You’ll share your home with like-minded travellers but your days are your own. Prepare to be charmed by the heart of Central Europe.
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Transfer to your home for the week in Český Krumlov, a private centrally located historic house with cheerful rooms.
Dig into the included starter kit of breakfast essentials and local delicacies to start your day off right. Take an orientation walk around town with your CEO then free time to explore on your own. Enjoy a traditional dinner with local friends tonight.
Take your time exploring the spectacular castle and narrow cobblestone streets of this UNESCO World Heritage Site oozing with culture, history and life. Art galleries, cozy inns and ancient taverns abound inside of old buildings designed in Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles. Tour the Český Krumlov State Castle and Chateau, which is complete with hidden passageways, a unique Baroque theatre, a hedge maze and beautiful gardens. Raft or canoe down the Vltava River which flows through the middle of the city and past smaller towns, cycle through the region's forests or explore the area by horseback. Sample the famous Czech beer with a visit to a local brewery or travel to Budvar (translated to Budweiser), and be sure to get out and see the town at night.
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