The Trade Museum ( or C. K. Kupecký krám a Muzeum Ochodu) in Cesky Krumlov is a tiny museum that entails a history of trade, showcasing items from the 19th century. I thought it was a boutique store selling some vintage stuff at first because I didn’t see the museum sign. I only realized that it was museum when I saw most of the things were displayed with a glass shield.
Krcma v Satlavaske, or Tavern on Satlavaske Street in Cesky Krumlov is where we had one of the best meals during our time in Europe. The restaurant is set up in a stony, narrow dungeon with a low ceiling, exuding an ancient aura, mimicking an unique medieval dining experience.
The quintessential Bohemian Two Marys Restaurant (or U Dwau Maryi) is housed in an ancient building with two original murals that date back to the 1700’s. The restaurant is aptly named after the two murals which depict Virgin Mary, painted on the walls for protection.
Pesion Tilia is a really sweet guest house that’s located at the periphery of the walled old town of Cesky Krumlov. It’s away from the hustle and bustle of old town yet still within a 5 minutes short walk into it. It’s also a 10 minutes walk from spicak bus station so it’s really convenient if you’ve got luggage and don’t want to haul it all over the place. Continue reading
Decadent Cafe in Cesky Krumlov is a hidden gem located in Latran. Painted in conspicuous red inside out and with a name like “Decadent”, it’s impossible to walk pass the cafe cum art club without going inside to see how decadent it is. Continue reading
Restaurant Gotika is located in Arcadie Hotel along Horní Street. We picked this restaurant because 1. It was one of the first ones we saw when we entered Cesky Krumlov’s old town, 2. We were hungry and 3. We liked its blue color ! Continue reading