Karlovy Vary is the most famous spa town in the Czech Republic. King Charles IV discovered the thermal springs here in 1358, and since then many personalities, including Beethoven, Chopin, Bach, and Peter the Great, have enjoyed the healing springs. Stroll along the beautiful riverside promenade, admire the city’s architectural gems, taste the numerous mineral hot springs which are spread all around the historical centre, buy delicious spa waffles, and possibly visit thermal spas, pools or wellness centres. The city is also well known for the production of porcelain and glass (the Mosser factory) and Becherovka (a unique Czech herbal liqueur).Recommended for: anyone, including elderly travellers, couples, families and single travellers. Karlovy Vary is a very popular destination for tourists from all over the world. The city can be easily seen on foot.
Total duration: 9 hrsFree time at destination: 5 hrs This time is sufficient for a relaxed visit to the city, to have a lunch or dinner, and even to visit the thermal spas for one or two hours. Recommended pick-up time: From 7 am to 11 amTravel time (one way): 2 hrs.Price excludes: Any possible entrance fees.Price includes: Tansfer from Prague to Karlovy Vary, Return transport to Prague back to your hotel, waiting fee at Karlovy Vary and optional driving in Karlovy Vary city centre.In Karlovy Vary you can admire beautiful and rich local architecture with splendid colonnades, sumptuous very well restored houses, taste mineral water, traditional bittersweet liqueur of Becherovka, delicious Carlsbad wafers and much more. Just like you if you accept this invitation to this nice city. Amongst the city’s best-known sights are the Church of St. Andrew, the Orthodox Church of Sts. Peter and Paul, the Municipal Theatre, the Mill Colonnade (Mlýnská kolonáda) and the Cathedral of St. Mary Magdalene. Karlovy Vary are surrounded by romantic hilly countryside – the foothills of Krušné mountains.