Castle and chateau
The second largest castle complex in the Czech Republic is one of the most important monuments in Central Europe. With its tower complex it forms one of the landmarks of the town. Originally a Gothic castle from 13th century, it was extended in the 14th century. and in the 16th century in a Renaissance style. In the 17th and 18th centuries Baroque and Rococo modifications were performed. In addition to the castle interiors, for which you have a choice of two different routes, there is a wide range of historical treats in the form of a castle tower, which is a symbol of the rich history and beauty of Cesky Krumlov, Baroque gardens from the 17th century or the Baroque theater that at the castle in the Czech Krumlov represents an advanced baroque scene.
Church of St. Vít
An architectural jewel, whose hexagonal Neo-Gothic tower has become the second dominant feature of Český Krumlov. The church is occasionally a venue for classical music concerts.
A unique set of three monastries, which are second only to Krumlov Castle in attracting the general public, especially families, young people and children, to the monastic life, culture, history and art of the period and creates an interesting space for knowledge and experience.
Kostel sv. Jošta
On this site there was a chapel or church. The church was established before 1334 by Petr I. of Rožmberk, who was part of the Rosenberg hospital (Latrán No. 13). Preserved Gothic constructions and details ramina on the building.
The local synagogue is one of the few buildings of this type to survive both world wars and the totalitarian regime without much harm. It is seen as a phenomenon used to understanding the history of the environment. An exhibition will be held in the newly renovated building of the Jewish Tabernacle tracing the history of Cesky Krumlov and the turbulent history of the Jewish community and other cultural and social events.
Chapel of St. Martin
A single-aisled building with a rectangular name of the trilateral presbytery and an axial eastern sacristy. The trilateral western facade with bevelled corners is topped by a shield gable with volutes and cut niches.
Chapel on the Mountain
The octagonal chapel of Our Lady of Sorrows and the Holy Cross built in 1710 is vaulted by an eight-part arch and covered with a roof topped with a lantern and patriarchal (double) cross.
Unfinished monument to celebrate the victory of the allied armies of Russia, Austria and Prussia over Napoleon Bonaparte at the Battle of Leipzig in 1813.
Kašna na náměstí
In 1843, the fountain was found to be in a dilapidated condition and it was decided to remove it and a new one was built next to the Plague Column in the upper part of the square.
The cemetery is adjacent to the municipal cemetery. Established in 1891, burials were performed until 1938, the last urn was stored here in 1967. The ceremonial hall has no architectural style.