Carlsbad, or Karlovy Vary as it is also known as, is the the most famous spa region of the Czech Republic, located in Western Bohemia. Here, tourists will find many wellness centres and spa facilities to help refresh their bodies and minds, and the town is also famous for its hot springs. Besides spas, Carlsbad apartments also offer many other tourist attractions worth visiting such as the many colonnades of the city.
Enjoy a relaxing spa holiday with Carlsbad villas
The Hot Spring is the number one tourist attraction in the city. It is the warmest and richest spring in the spa centre and can emit 2.000 litres of mineral warm water at the temperature of 72 °C in a minute. The Hot Spring is surrounded by the Hot Spring Colonnade, an impressive structure built in 1975. There are five spring outputs so that tourists can select the spring water in the cup either in its original state or cooled. The Hot Spring Colonnade also has many souvenir shops, glass and porcelain outlets, jewellery stores and restaurants just outside.
Make your way around Carlsbad's many colonnades
Carlsbad is a city of colonnades. The point here is to provide spa patients with the highest level of comfort and luxury during their stay in Carlsbad city. The Mill Colonnade is the biggest colonnade structure in Carlsbad. Built in the 18th century, you can find 12 statues inside the Mill Colonnade - each representing the months of the year – as well as an orchestra stage, and a memorial dedicated to the architect of the structure: Josef Zítek.
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The Diana Observation Tower is another place of interest in Carlsbad. Here, tourists may choose between two options: to climb up the 150 steps that lead to the top of the tower, or simply take the lift. Next to the tower is a 'forest restaurant' where tourists can enjoy a nice cup of coffee while exploring the beautiful nature outside.
If, during your stay in Carlsbad apartments, you want to get away from the spa towns of the Czech Republic for a bit, then why not head South and make a day trip to Plzeň, the city home to the world famous Pilsner beer. Or if you're interested in going beyond the Czech Republic, you can easily cross the border to Germany by train from Karlovy Vary and visit the beautiful states of Bavaria or Saxony.