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Getting There

Buses leave from the Ceské Budejovice bus station every hour or so. The trip lasts 30 to 40 minutes and the fare is about 30Kc.

By train from Prague the journey usually requires a change in Veselí nad Luznicí. The train takes 2 1/2 hours; the second-class fare is 192Kc. Trains and buses also regularly leave for Trebon from Jindrichuv Hradec and Tábor.

Driving from Prague, take Hwy. E55 through Tábor and turn left onto Hwy. 150 just past the town of Veselí nad Luznicí. The trip takes at least 1 1/2 hours. From Ceské Budejovice, take Hwy. E551 east to Trebon.

Visitor Information

Informacní Stredisko is in the heart of the Old Town at Masarykovo nám. 103, 379 01 Trebon (tel. 384-721-169; fax 384-721-356; www.trebon-mesto.cz). The staff members are excellent and speak several languages, notably German. They provide maps, guidebooks, and information on tours and lodging. Open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm.

Orientation

There are only three ways to penetrate Trebon's Old Town walls, short of pole vaulting. To the east is Hradecká brána (Castle Gate); on the southern edge of town lies Svinenská brána; and to the west is Budejovická brána. Once you're inside any of these gates, the six or so streets that comprise the Old Town can be easily navigated.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.