Karlovy Vary is the best-known spa town in the Czech Republic. Its history begins in the 14th century, at the time of the reign of Charles IV. The healing powers of the local springs have been tested by such greats as by the Russian Tsar Peter the Great and German poet Goethe. Karlovy Vary also became famous thanks to the local manufacturing of world-renowned Moser crystal, Carlsbad porcelain or the herb liqueur Becherovka. Tour the town center and visit the Moser factory, where world-famous Czech crystal is made. After arriving to Karlovy Vary, your group will visit the Moser factory and then will be taken on a tour of the town centre by our guide to see the marvel at the most famous geyser, Vřídlo Sprudel, gushing its mineral waters to a height of nearly 12 meters!After this you’ll be free to explore the town on your own.
Karlovy Vary and Loket castle is natural combination as the castle is not very far from the city.Karlovy Vary is globally known spa town frequented by tourists for almost 200 years. You probably heard about its mineral springs you can taste for free in a city centre and about her famous colonnade. Karlovy Vary is also a center of film festival every summer.Loket castle stands strong since the 13th century and even though it was renovated many times, it still keeps its medieval form. You will have an opportunity to see both its exterior and interior and its famous exhibition of torture chambers.
Private Tour to Karlovy Vary with a stop in Krusovice Brewery and unlimited tasting of Czech beer.The history of the Krušovice Brewery dates back to 1548.The tasting of our beers, a favourite of Rudolph II, takes place in the historic 17th-century malthouse.Karlovy Vary is the most famous spa town in the Czech Republic. King Charles IV discovered the thermal springs here in 1358, and since then many personalities, including Beethoven, Chopin, Bach, and Peter the Great, have enjoyed the healing springs. Stroll along the beautiful riverside promenade, admire the city’s architectural gems, taste the numerous mineral hot springs which are spread all around the historical centre, buy delicious spa waffles, and possibly visit thermal spas, pools or wellness centres. The city is also well known for the production of porcelain and glass (the Mosser factory) and Becherovka (a unique Czech herbal liqueur). The city can be easily seen on foot.