My next destination was Cesky Krumlov, a small town in south bohemian region of Czech Republic. The pictures of the town speak for itself. I found this town more fascinating than Prague. Old town area is very small and you can feel the local Czech culture here – whether it’s food or souvenir shops or locals.
I spent 4 nights at the club Havana hostel located next to river. Owner of the hostel was a young lady who was very friendly and ensured that travellers had a wonderful time there. In afternoon, I went to Eggenberg brewery to have lunch. I ate Goose soup, Chicekn salad and freshly brewed Eggenberg beer. I met some interesting travellers here – A Chinese student who was on a short solo vacation to Europe, a south Korean guy working in London as a Vet, an American girl working in South Korea as an English teacher and some amazing kiwi guys who were working back home as Musician, bartender and hair stylist. All of these were travelling solo. On my last night in town, I went out with Kiwi guys at 10:00 in the night up on the castle to have a beer. We went to couple of good pubs in the old town area, drank beer and later ended up eating cookies and eating amazing Nachos. Next day I left for Prague to do some last minute shopping and took a bus to Frankfurt in the evening.