To start your visit, take a short walk in the historic town centre
. Then you can go to the Moldavite Museum
. After seeing the exposition, you can buy a Moldavite jewel for keepsake. When you are in Panská street, in which the museum is located, make sure you take a good look at the local buildings. Worth noticing is the two-storey civic house at Panská 20 with a gable roof, perpendicular to the front facade. Due to its brick-red colour, it is hard to overlook. Red colour stimulates the appetite, but, luckily, you will pass many restaurants on the way to your next stop, so pick one of them for a lunch break.
After that, you can go straight to the river and to the quay below the “Myší díra” Hotel. There you will embark on a wooden raft
, which will give you a different perspective of looking at the town – you will be passing the Krumlov Mill and the Lazebnický Bridge. The final station is the Eggenberg Brewery
, where you can take a tour of the premises and taste the products.
If your visit of the brewery does not last until late hours, set out for your next stop – the Graphite Mine
. Even though it is located away from the historic centre, it is easily accessed by car or minibus. This is where your unconventional programme ends. Or at least its day part, because the town also offers a rich evening programme.