Just got back from a weekend trip at Cesky Krumlov. What an adorable and beautiful town. Not all that much to do but makes for a great day (and a half) trip. We went on a tour of the town castle which is over 250 years old with wall frescoes preserved perfectly as well as a tour of the town itself. Dating back to pre-Hapsburg rule, the town is over 800 years old and was a part of the Sudentanland during World War II. There was actually a picture of Hitler talking in the main town square we saw hanging up in the hall of the 5 star hotel. The food in this town was also surprisingly tasty. Especially this little Creperie called none other than Creperie.
|The description of this crepe in the menu made it too hard to resist despite my initial plan to just order a sweet crepe. Unfortunately, the savory crepe couldn't hold up to the deliciousness of the nutella filled ones.|
|The basic nutella crepe is still irresistible.|
In our meandering, we also stumbled upon the Egon Schiele Art Centrum which features various art exhibits throughout the year. We were lucky enough to get a chance to see one on Egon Schiele himself, an Expressionist artist from the early 1900s who was actually from Cesky Krumlov.
|And a shot of this idyllic town!|