The feminine Krumlov has the most beauty of the entire Bohemian region, from the top of the castle tower, sitting in the window of the cafe in the castle, drinking a cappuccino, the sun quietly sprinkled, time So stop here...
Stop to have a cup of coffee and listen to the beauty of this town.
From the castle's best viewing platform, you can take the painted tower, the St. George's Chapel and the three spires of the St. Vitus church, as well as the town surrounded by the horseshoe-shaped Vltava, regardless of the portrait or The scenery is very filmy.
The wall at the end of the castle courtyard, there is a row of lookout holes on the wall, you can see the panoramic view of the town through the small hole, and the lookout hole is also very suitable as a frame composition. The
cloak bridge is also very popular, as the view here also overlooks the entire town and the hustle and bustle of the Vltava.
St. Vitus Church is the oldest city's landmark, the oldest, largest and most luxurious church in the town. It was built in the early 14th century and is the center of faith for the local people and the source of the city's development.
Most of the Czech weddings are held in churches. On the wedding day, the bride will be banned at her parents' home, waiting for the welcome team led by the groom and the matchmaker to come and marry. It is quite similar to the Chinese relatives.
St. Vitus Church is the landmark of the Old Town. The oldest, largest and most luxurious church in the area was built in the early 14th century and is the center of faith for the local people and the source of the city's development. This extremely important Gothic-style baroque church in the Czech Republic stands on the banks of the Vltava River and is spectacular. The steeple of the church towers in the clouds. The church has fifteenth-century frescoes, Rosenbock (William). And the wife's tomb, the second floor has a baroque giant organ made in 1761, as well as stone pillars, temples and exquisite domes are worth watching.