Czeching in, Czeching out

Tucked away in the hills of Bohemia in the Czech Republic, the medieval town of Cesky Krumlov is one of the most magical and unspoilt corners of Europe, writes Conor Power.

27th April, 2014
The beguiling town of Cesky Krumlov.Thinkstock

Last year, there was an advertising campaign for a well-known brand of dark Irish stout that featured a town where time moved in a completely different way to anywhere else. The clock turned backwards, the wonderful moments were lengthened so that they could be enjoyed all the more, and the boring times were fast-forwarded.

The location for the advert couldn't have been better chosen. Located in southern Bohemia in the Czech Republic, the town of...

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