Český Krumlov (German: Krumau) is a lovely town of 14,600 people in Southern Bohemia, Czech Republic. The town, like Prague, is located on the Vltava River and is rich of Baroque structures holding cafés and pubs, as well as a stunning castle (the second biggest in the Czech Republic) and an old-town center. The look of the town has not altered much since the 18th century, and the buildings have been beautifully kept and renovated. Cesky Krumlov was included on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1992. The town is particularly popular with visitors, who outnumber the locals during the summer.