Český Krumlov

Getting there


Český Krumlov is easily accessible from Prague by train or bus. The train station is located on the outskirts of town, roughly a 25-minute walk from the Old Town although a local bus from the Špičák stop, just across the Latrán bridge on the north of the town, cuts the walk down to a couple of minutes. Buses arrive closer to the city centre, just a short walk past the petrol station and onto Horní.

By train (200km, approx. 207Kč)
Hlavní nádrazí - Český Krumlov
dep. 06:17 arr. 09:51
Český Krumlov - Hlavní nádrazí
dep. 18:07 arr. 21:54
This direct service only runs in the summer season but take a train to Ceské Budejovice for connections to
Český Krumlov (by bus or train).

By bus (172km, approx. 160Kč)
Praha, Florenc - Český Krumlov
dep. 08:15 arr. 11:30
Praha, Florenc - Český Krumlov
dep. 10:15 arr. 13:30
Praha, Roztyly - Český Krumlov
dep. 15:25 arr. 18:50
Český Krumlov - Praha, Roztyly
dep. 05:20 arr. 08:25
Český Krumlov - Praha, Smíchovské nádrazí
dep. 12:35 arr. 15:35
Český Krumlov - Praha, Smíchovské nádrazí
dep. 17:30 arr. 20:15

Shuttle bus is a relatively new aspect of travel to and from Linz, Austria primarily. Hostel 99 (www.hostel99.com, tel. 721 75 07 86) runs a daily service at 11:00 and ShuttleLobo (www.shuttlelobo.cz, tel. 380 71 31 53) runs a shuttle at 09:00, 11:00 and 14:00 daily. Both operators charge 450K
č and take about 90 mins.

And if you need a taxi in town, try Krumlov Taxi (tel. 380 71 27 12, www.taxi-krumlov.cz).

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