Travel to Karlovy Vary and get to know the fairytale spa town of the Czech Republic
Built at the confluence of the Ohre and Tepla rivers, in a setting drowned in green, between rocky mountains and vast beech forests, Karlovy Vary in the Czech Republic is a destination that can thrill every visitor. The abundance of its natural beauties, and the life-giving power of energy that emerges through the earth and the thermal waters of its hot springs, make this state the most famous spa town in Europe, a place of healing and healing of body and soul and the ultimate setting. calm, rest and serenity.
The historic spa town, today a resort of great cultural events, festivals and a favorite venue for conferences around the world, unfolds its special beauties in the eyes of every visitor and mobilizes all the senses, in order to reveal its special physiognomy.
The baroque and art nouveau aesthetics of the state in combination with the medieval tradition and, mainly, the energy that emanates from its 12 hot (and 1 cold) thermal springs, creates a dynamic but at the same time romantic environment, ready to fascinate everyone. Karlovy Vary stands out as the ideal setting where history, tradition, arts and culture are harmoniously displayed through museums (Moser Museum), cathedrals and churches (Church of Mary Magdalene and the Orthodox Church of Peter and Paul), statues (Holy trinity column) and squares (market colonnade) that are fruitfully activated by the power of the earth. See the impressive Imperial Hospital (Mill colonnade), the most famous hot spring of Vridlo, walk along the river Tepla, next to colorful buildings and flower parks and discover a city that will excite you.
Food and local cuisine
Try local cuisine and traditional Czech specialties at the city's numerous restaurants. Do not forget to offer yourself the opportunity to try Karllvaska Becherovska liqueur, as well as the wide variety of wafers (the pre-eminent delicacy of the city) in various flavors that will excite you.
The best time to visit Karlovy Vary
Every season of the year is able to make Karlovy Vary a backdrop of incomparable natural beauty. Ideally choose the period from March to September, a period during which the temperatures are ideal for a comfortable and relaxing trip. Do not forget that every July, the international film festival takes place, with the city flooded with celebrities from the international jet set.
How to use transportation in Karlovy Vary
Transfer from/to Karlovy Vary
The city is connected by road and rail to Prague. From Prague Hlavni nadrazi train station to Karlovy Vary Alternatively choose the bus, which is faster and cheaper, with departures departing every 1 hour from Prague. The city's airport serves mostly flights coming from Moscow, Russia.
You can ideally move around the city walking through the beautiful paths along the Tepla or through the picturesque neighborhoods of the city. Alternatively use the bicycle.