Learn about the ancestors of the Czech nobility and the events that shaped our history up to the present. Discover the truth about the ceremonial ‘Diving of the roses’. And how come Krumlov was owned by the Rosenberg family for 300 years? Warm your soul by reading the story about the most noble man - Petr Vok. The Schwarzenberg dynasty is still in existence, did you know that? ...
Many noble families throughout history had the opportunity to own the castle in Český Krumlov, today's UNESCO World Heritage Site. The power elite family of Rosenbergs owned it for 300 years. In the first half of the 14th century, Petr I. of Rosenberg had a significant impact on the town's religious life. The so-called Rosenberg Book, which is the oldest legal work written in Czech, was created here. You'll learn when you visit Český Krumlov that the city is not just known for its castle, but also for its lovely parks and gardens.
When you visit Czech Krumlov, you'll see how parks and the surrounding woodlands make up a sizable portion of the city. Take a stroll to the Castle garden, unwind, and read a love story while sitting beside a cascading fountain. A statue of Neptune, the ruler of the seas, will watch by your side. If you feel like working out, play disc golf at the popular Deer Garden nearby.