Cesky Krumlov & Telc
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On day 3 we headed south out of Prague, initially towards the small village of Holasovice, an attractive restored village on the UNESCO World Heritage Site. 


After the first of what would prove to be many long lunches on this trip, we headed on to Cesky Krumlov.  Cesky Krumlov is also notable for a very well preserved medieval centre, and a large castle (complete with formal gardens and bear pit) that towers over the town.  We ate that night in Laibon, a vegetarian restaurant with splendid views overlooking the river and castle, and food to match!



The following morning we set off again for Vienna.  On the way, we stopped for (another long) lunch in Telč, an attractive town in the Czech Republic also on the UNESCO World Heritage list, with original architecture dating back to the 16th century.