Cesky Krumlov is a UNESCO world heritage town in south Bohemia, Czech Republic. Founded in the late 13th century at a ford in the Vltava River, Czech Krumlov grew in prominence due to its location on an important trade route between Linz and Prague. Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architectural styles dominate its old town core. When visiting Czech Republic make sure you include Cesky Krumlov in your itinerary. One of the best way to experience it is to arrive by bicycle or on foot along the Czech Greenways that connected all the main market towns of medieval Central Europe, now maintained as scenic bicycle and hiking trails. One of the most scenic greenways is to cycle the Vienna to Prague route, a great idea for a bicycle vacation.