Cesky Krumlov is a medieval town located in the Czech Republic. It's main point of interest is the huge castle towering over the township.

The town was added to the World Heritage List in 1992 by UNESCO. The Vlatva river flows through the township and if you're keen you can jump in a canoe and take a quick tour.

Curiously, just outside the castle a couple of large brown bears are kept - presumably for the benefit of the tourists.