The attractions of Karlovy Vary in the Czech Republic
- Neo-Renaissance Mill Colonnade surrounded by five hot springs;
- The 14-metre fountain in the Spa Column - its stream with a temperature of 73°C will make it the oldest, largest and hottest spring in the city;
- try water, the taste of which depends on the mineral content;
- icons and frescos in the magnificent Church of St. Peter and Paul from 1897;
- a glass of becherovka -oppented and produced in Karlovy Vary since 1807.
- Apart from royal families, the town also hosted Casanova, Beethoven, Mozart and Franz Kafka.
- Visit Kartowy Vary all year round, but the film festival in July makes the town boil with excitement.
The attractions of Karlovy Vary in the Czech Republic that a guide in Karlovy Vary in the Czech Republic can reveal to you
Kartowe Wary, also known under the German name Karlsbad, is one of the most beautiful and famous who-ports in the world. Characteristic features of the city are its elegance at the end of the 19th century and a bit of nonconformism. The town is located in the Czech Republic, on the Warm River, and there are classical-style mansions in the tree-lined streets. Everyone passes through here for twelve main hot springs and more than three hundred smaller ones, rich in minerals.
The name of the town comes from the name of its founder, King of Bohemia and Holy Roman Emperor, Charles IV. He praised the beneficial effects of the local springs and in 1374 he granted town privileges to the existing settlement. At a time when Queen Victoria was sitting on the British throne and most of the crowned heads of Europe were related, the Dwarf Vars became the centre of international meetings. Entrepreneurs and hoteliers competed for the aristocracy's sake, not only by hosting it in the best possible way, but also by naming each of its sources. Seven percent of the population that ruled Europe at the time was able to shove their gentle food routes here and talk peacefully about war and weather. Until the day Emperor William declared war on his cousin in 1914, thus bringing the entire social system of the last four centuries to its collapse, the Dwarf Vars knew more political secrets than all European parliaments and palaces put together.
Already reborn in a more democratic spirit, the city is today regaining its damaged reputation and consolidating its position as one of the best and most accessible Czech spas. Despite its past, full of aristocratic intrigues, today everyone is welcome.
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