Karlovy Vary is a very famous spa town situated approximately 130 kilometers west of Prague. As well as the Castle Karlštejn, the city is named after the Czech king and Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV. The region around the city is well known for its hot thermal springs, herbal liqueur Becherovka, and Moser glass factory.
Let’s take a walk along the colonnade, taste local healing spring water, or try the famous Czech Becherovka. Would you like to buy the typical Czech souvenir? We can visit the new Moser Museum. A beautiful exhibition offers a look at the history of glasswork and also presents contemporary art. It is very popular to take a tour directly to the Moser factory where you can see the glassmakers while working. The products are being shaped directly in front of you.
How long does it take to get to Karlovy Vary?
The town of Karlovy Vary is located approximately 130 kilometers from Prague and it usually takes a maximum of 2 hours to get there.
Duration: 8 hours