The original Gothic castle, upon which the town of Český Krumlov was based, was founded by the Lords of Krumlov (one of the branches of the Vítkovci family. The Vítkovci family was a branch of the powerful Witigonen family, which has the five-petalled rose in its coat-of-arms.
In 1302, the last Witigonen died, and the Witigonens' relatives, the Rosenbergs (Rožmberk), inherited the castle.
One tour focuses on the 400 year old Eggenberg Brewery and gives visitors a chance to sample the local brew.
The tourist season begins in May, and summer offerings include music and art festivals, theater performances, concerts, film festivals, and children's events throughout the season.
In 1989, the Velvet Revolution brought renewal to Český Krumlov, eventually leading to its inscription into the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1992.
Český Krumlov is a cultural center with a dozen museums and galleries, a medieval castle complex with beautiful gardens, historic and modern theaters, including the Castle Baroque theater built in the 1600's, and the revolving auditorium, built in the 20th Century, and hundreds of cultural events each year.
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At the end of the war, the German population was expelled.
At the end of 17th century, the Castle Baroque Theatre was built; and the Castle Gardens were renovated.
In 1719, a new dynasty, the Schwarzenbergs, inherited Český Krumlov.
In the second generation of their rule, Joseph Adam zu Schwarzenberg began extensive reconstruction of the castle.
During this time, the castle was developed with a Baroque character.