Latrán – magical sight below the chateau of Český Krumlov Since 1555, due to the decree of Vilem of Rozmberk, Latrán is an official part of the town of Český Krumlov. Until that time, it was developing as a separate town and therefore there was a significant rivalry between Latrán and Krumlov in terms of urban law and privilege.
Castle and Chateau of Český Krumlov - The celebrity among Czech sights Covering the area of more than 6 hectars, the chateau is the second biggest castle complex in the Czech Republic, following the Prague Castle. Together with the Prague Castle and Chateau Lednice it counts to our most visited sights.
Český Krumlov – Residency of South Bohemian nobility The period of prosperity of this picturesque town is connected to the reign of the Rozmberks (1302 – 1602), who made Český Krumlov their residency. At that time Český Krumlov was also a point of contact of Czech inland with Austrian and Bavarian Danube space and with northern Italy. This influenced the remarkable renaissance look of the town and the castle.