Pension Nostalgie in Czech Krumlov is a small inn offers a magical atmosphere of the ancient house of 16tého century. Pension Nostalgie is located in the street in the historic center Masna Cesky Krumlov, in a quiet place with beautiful panoramic view of the castle.
Pension Nostalgia in the Czech Krumlov accommodation:
Pension Nostalgie in Czech Krumlov offers comfortable accommodation in three rooms equipped with sensitive historical furniture and antiques. Nostalgia total capacity is 6 beds and 1 extra bed in three rooms, which are composed of two double rooms and one suite with bedroom, living room and kitchen. All three rooms at Nostalgia in the Czech Krumlov are equipped with private bathroom with bath or shower and toilet. Of course, nostalgia is a guesthouse all rooms TV + SAT. Guests will be charmed by the picturesque panorama of the castle proudly vypínajícího on a high rock above the River.
Pension Nostalgie accommodation in Czech Krumlov Services
Nostalgia reception house in Czech Krumlov is at your disposal 24 hours a day. Guests can enjoy free WiFi Internet connection. The price includes breakfast and all taxes.
Pension Krumlov in the Czech area accommodations Nostalgia
The surroundings of Český Krumlov and pension Nostalgia is literally very popular among tourists and the city itself is one of the greatest Czech of urban conservation. It is located below the ridge Blanský forest and crossed by the River Vltava. The sights of the town is offered a large castle complex, which is after the Prague Castle's second largest castle complex in the country. St.. Vitus, a valuable work of the Czech Gothic. One of the most valuable Baroque buildings of the Jesuit seminary, and later high school, continuing to college.
Accommodation in Czech Krumlov Pension Nostalgie history
Name Krumlov is derived from the German word "Krumme Aue", which is translated as "crooked meadow". This name was derived from natural conditions, namely the shape of the territory in which the city lies - it lies in the S-curved meander of the Vltava river. In Latin documents it was called Crumlovia or Crumlovium. First mentioned in documents from 1253, where Krumlov called Chrumbonowe. Vltava River was a natural transportation entering these areas. The earliest settlement goes back to the Stone Age (Paleolithic 70 000 - 50 000 years BC). Mass settlement is recorded in the Bronze Age (1500 BC). Celtic settlements in the Iron Age (approx. 400 BC) and Slavic settlement is dated from the 6th century AD.