This rises up to the top of the ft hill and at the top is the Diana Viewpoint, providing spectacular views over the area. It underwent a large renovation in the early s to ensure that it retained its original charm. Of particular note are the columns found inside the building, as well as the five different springs and the 12 statues.
Glasswork Moser, Karlovy Vary, Kpt. With over films on show and tickets relatively easy to get, this festival doubles the number of visitors and brings Karlovy Vary to full life. Book cheap door to door private minibus.
Market Colonnade — This gorgeous white colonnade was also designed by Ferdinand Fellner and Hermann Helmer and was built to imitate a Swiss style, being that it is mainly built from wood. The documentary section is also an incredibly interesting place to be, showcasing such films as the hit Man on Wire. If you arrive at Dolní nádraží, you can either walk 10 minutes to the spa area or take local bus no.
The Mill Colonnade became the most famous colonnade in Karlovy Vary in the 19th century, this being designed by Josef Zítek, who designed the building of the National Theatre in Prague.
It has a huge amount of artifacts relating to the history of the region, both in terms of the environment surrounding the city and the people that lived there. You should be aware that Karlovy Vary has two train stations.
Tickets to this prestigious event only go on general sale 24 hours before it begins, but recently they have started to be made available online, as well as in person. Alternative to train or bus.
It takes place in the usually quiet area of Karlovy Vary and often attracts huge international stars. The hotel is not very far from the theatre building, situated on Mírové Square in Karlovy Vary. Whilst you are here, why not do as the locals do?
Trains from Prague and most other cities arrive at Horní Nádraží the upper stationwhile trains from Mariánské Lázně and a few other small towns arrive at Dolní Nádraží the lower station. Attractions in Karlovy Vary Getting around is easily done on foot, just follow the path of the canal which takes you past areas of interest such as the Thermal Spring, the Regional Museumthe Mill Colonnade, the Grand Hotel Pupp and a lot of boutiques, gift shops, cafés and restaurants.
Karlovy Vary Film Festival The Karlovy Vary Film Festival is the most spectacular night in the Czech film calendar and should not be missed if you get the chance to be there. Today the city is admired by tens of thousands of visitors every year, by patients undergoing treatment in the local spa houses, by holidaymakers on relaxation and wellness programmes, but mostly by independent day-trippers.
A private excursion gives you full flexibility: Also of particular note are the fascinating side rooms and side altars in the church, as well as the galleries and the dome.
It was designed by Ferdinand Fellner and Hermann Helmer in and is found in the Dvorakovy Sady Gardens, which are in the center of the town. Two famous Viennese architects, Ferdinand Fellner and Hermann Helmer, made a significant mark on the architecture of the city, their best known building being the luxury Grandhotel Pupp.
The exhibition includes historic displays, glass-making tools, medals, decorations, as well as historical documents, photographs, design samples and catalogues of historical advertising materials. Aside from the regular displays, there are also exhibitions organized every year on a temporary basis.
Student Agency is a particularly good bus company to use because its buses leave every hour from the Florenc bus station, they show a free movie during the trip, and provide free hot drinks to all passengers. These offices are open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm and Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 5pm, and they all hand out maps, give advice on accommodation options, and can help you plan a day of sightseeing or spa treatments.
The festival usually showcases over different films to film fans from across the globe. The trip to Diana takes five minutes. Needless to say, Karlovy Vary is not very welcoming to walk-in guests looking for special treatments; these services are readily available, but require advance bookings.
The very beautiful Grandhotel Pupp is definitely worth a visit.