A holiday in Karlovy Vary will allow you to discover a city of Bohemia famous for its mineral waters, spa treatments and popular liquor.
For hundreds of years, people have visited Karlovy Vary to enjoy its thermal and healing waters. Book one of our cheap trips to Karlovy Vary and try these springs located in different parts of the city, or treat yourself to a beauty treatment at a luxury spa. Then, go to the streets to discover the history of this town through its old buildings.
There are 13 mineral springs in Karlovy Vary, and six of them are in the Colonnade of the Mill, a Neo-Renaissance style gallery dating from the nineteenth century. Walk between the Corinthian columns and test the water.
Rest then with an exotic treatment in the spa of Isabel. In this relaxing place located in a magnificent neo-baroque building 60 different treatments are offered. We also recommend you to walk along the beautiful trails of Smetana park, that surrounds the building.
The Karlovy Vary holiday packages are not only designed to enjoy their spas: this city, founded in the 14th century, is full of interesting places to visit when you have charged your batteries. Visit the church of Santa María Magdalena, an 18th century structure that takes the place of an old medieval Gothic church. See its beautiful baroque altar and go down to the underground crypt.
Another interesting place is the viewpoint located at the top of the Diana tower. This stone structure rises above the nearby forests and offers spectacular views of the city, the Metallic mountains and the Slavkov forest.
In addition to its mineral waters, Karlovy Vary is a famous place for being the place of origin of the Becherovka. This bittersweet liqueur is made here since the first decade of the 19th century. Discover its history and try the popular drink with a visit to the Jan Becher Museum.
If you are looking for evening entertainment, trips to Karlovy Vary will not disappoint you: book a ticket for a play or a concert at the Municipal Theater.
Karlovy Vary is about 120 kilometers west of Prague. To get there, you can travel by car or train, or by bus from the Florenc station in the capital of the Czech Republic. Relax with the healing treatments, history and architecture of this beautiful old city full of spas.