The historic old town of Českı Krumlov in South Bohemia (Czech Republic) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Vltava River encloses the old town with a loop.
The Českı Krumlov Castle is the second largest historical building in the Czech Republic after Prague Castle. It houses a baroque chateau theatre. The Mantle Bridge was created in 1767 as a three-storey connecting passage between the residence, garden and theatre.
A Way of St. James begins in Krumlov near the castle, which leads via Passau and Altötting to Tyrol and joins the Austrian Way of St. James after Kufstein near Glatzham (Wörgl).