Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Czech Spas of Karlovy Vary and Marianske Lazne from Prague. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Very nice tour, we've had a beautiful day! Karlov Vary is a wonderful barroque town and on september 4th, 2012 we've even saw the rainbow over the river that cross the town. The guide Petr was gentle, explained everything and even gave us free time. Highly recommended tour!
This is a wonderful trip. Daniel was a terrific tour guide!. He was didn't mind talking to me all the way to Karlovy Vary and all the way back to Prague fro Marianske Lazne. There were only 5 people total on the trip. 2 spoke Spanish and had their own guide. Therefore, there were only 3 of us in the English tour. Daniel's English is VERY good. It felt very personal. We were all older and we went at our own pace and did not feel rushed at all. I'm so happy that we went both places. They are so different. Karlovy Vary seemed a bit more elegant, Marianske Lazne was my favorite. It was more laid back and seemed a bit less crowded. Overall, I would highly recommend this trip to everyone!
The trip was excellent. Especially I liked our team. The lunch was nice.
Probably the best day of our trip. Would definitely recommend going to Marianske. Some people had the visit to Karlovy Vary only and had to entertain themselves while the rest of us continued on to Marianske which is a beautiful city.
Beware though, it was supposed to include pick up and drop off to hotels. The pick up occurred, however the drop off didn't. We were just dropped off at their city booth and told we had to find our own way back to the hotels, not easy when you only arrived the evening before.
A wonderful day - very long and busy but such a good trip. Karlovy Vary was a wonderful trip into the mountains and such a pretty town with an extraordinary history. Marianske Lazne was unexpectedly beautiful. We had an orchestra playing while we were there, a visit to a beautiful church and the Royal Spa. Lunch in Karlovy Vary was substantial but not as good as it could have been.
This was a lovely day in two very beautiful turn of the century spa towns with beautiful architecture! Tasting the variety of thermal spring waters was free. We also toured the Becherovka Museum, and got a free tasting of several varieties of liquer. The lemon was my favorite flavor.
Very knowledgeable and interesting guide. I was able to locate my families ancestral home with his help. This is a gem of a city!
Very interesting tour, good guide, and comfortable pace. Lovely scenery during trip and beautiful old buildings in villages. Yummy Czech wafers - wish I had bought a few boxes of them. Loved the fact that there was such a variance in the things we did on the tour
I enjoyed the tour surprised many people dont comment about it, enjoyed the guides food recommendation but i got tired of seeing springs. though and it rained...lol...
Great day with Marianske Lazne being the highligh as much less touristy. However felt people should be given free time to enjoy the town maybe should be optional to do the brewery. Tour Guide was very informative great day out of Prague town.
Karlovy Vary was great but the tour guide failed to take us to Marianske Lazne - some mix-up but no explanation or apology
Going to Becherovka was fun, and Karlovy Vary was great. Had coffee at the Grand Hotel Pupp, very classy. Don't forget to take some spa crackers home!