Feel the mystery of Český Krumlov on a free walking tour


Free Walking Tour every day at 10:30 AM or 2 PM.

Reservation is MANDATORY.

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Meeting point on the CK Main Square.
(see Google Maps)


What is it about?

The best introduction to the city is a FREE Tour.

-Lonely Planet: Europe on a Shoestring

The Wiseman Free Tour is  No.1 Tripadvisor walking tour in Český Krumlov. It's run by enthusiastic local guides who love to share their passion for history with you.

On the tour you'll discover the historical center of Český Krumlov, you'll visit the second biggest castle in the Czech Republic and you'll get many tips and recommendations on what to do and where to eat after the tour is over.

The tour is based on donation system. It‘s simple and logical: you get a great tour, and you decide if and how much you want to give. See FAQ for more details.

Enjoy one of the most beatiful cities in the world!

The Wiseman Free Tour of Český Krumlov starts at 10:30 AM or 2 PM in the main square. Enjoy the amazing history of one of the most beautiful towns in the world, absorb its medieval atmosphere and have fun alongside other tourists from all around the world!

In just 2 hours you will hear the best from its history, you will visit the most picturesque places and viewpoints and you will learn all about what else you must do in Český Krumlov.

When and Where?

From April to December

every day at 10:30 AM and 2 PM

(except of December 24th, 25th and January 1st)

From January to March every day at 2 PM

Book now!

  • ALL our tours start in front of the tourist "INFOCENTRUM" office on the main square
    (Náměstí Svornosti) in Český Krumlov, CZ.
  • Our guides wear red shirts and have red umbrellas with a MEETING POINT sign.
  • The Free Walking Tour takes from 1,5 to 2 hours.

If you're not sure, just look for the red umbrella
with a "MEETING POINT" sign!

What you will see

  • The historical center of Český Krumlov
  • Český Krumlov Castle with all five courtyards
  • The best viewpoints in the town
  • Former Jesuit college
  • Renaissance houses of wealthy townsmen
  • Castle tower
  • Renaissance town hall
  • Bears' moat
  • Cloak bridge
  • Castle Baroque theatre
  • Gothic church of St.Vit
  • the Barber's house
  • ...and much more!

Book now!