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Zamecky vrch 781/39, Karlovy Vary, Bohemia, 36001, Czech Republic
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by sunnybeach828

Hello Everyone,

I'll arrive to Prague Airport on a Sunday & plan to go to Karlovy vary directly from the Airport, would anyone have an answer to this :

1- Any bus/train on Sundays from Airport to Karlovy Vary? (how long is the trip?)

2- How far is Hotel Thermal from the Bus/Train Station in Karlovy Vary, does one need to take another public transportation or it is walking distance ?

3- What's is worth visiting in Karlovy Vary for a 1 Day visit ?

All input is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance




1. There is a direct bus operated by STUDENT AGENCY that departs from the airport's

Terminal Sever 1 at: 06.25, 07.25, 08.25, 11.25, 12.25, 13.25, 14.25, 15.25, 16.25, 17.25, 18.25, 20.25 and 21.25

Terminal Sever 2 at: 09.25, 10.25, 19.25

The trip to Karlovy Vary take s approx. 1:40. Price is 120 CZK (approx. 4 EUR). You can buy tickets at the airport, Student Agency has booths

in the departure hall of Terminal Sever 1

in the departure hall of Terminal Sever 1

and a special booth just for bus tickets in the arrival hall of terminal Sever 1 (non-Schengen flights), open 7-21 (lunch break 11:30-12:15)

This map shows approximate location of those booths and bus stops, it is in Czech only but I hope you'll get the idea:

2. It is within walking distance. You can't miss it as Thermal is the ugliest hotel i KV (a scar on its face, imho)


by ramot418

The bus from Prague to Karlovy Vary stops at the airport and from there goes directly and non-stop to K Vary. Buy your ticket from the driver. Just outside the main airport arrivals terminal there are a series of bus platforms. Look for the one to K Vary. I know on weekdays they run about every hour. According to the Czech bus schedule (, they run every half hour to an hour on Sundays.


by sunnybeach828


Travel Tips for Karlovy Vary

Crystal and porcelain

by pili

Karlovy Vary is famous for their glassware, and finding beautiful pieces is very easy. Dozens of shops throughout town sell everything from plates to chandeliers.
This city is also the home to Moser crystal . Moser has been for more than 140 years internationally recognized name for quality and design. Each Moser piece is hand crafted and is subtly different from the next. You can visit the Moser Factory. It?s open Monday to Friday from 8 am to 5pm and Saturday 9am to 3pm.

Opposite Mlynska Kolonada

by globetrott

There are quite a lot of great buildings opposite of Mlynska Kolonada , and this one is the most beautiful in my opinion.
This decoration of the roof is certainly not Art Nouveau, but made at a later period, but still it looks great, including the tiny balconies and grim faces watching the people passing by...

Beautiful town

by Turska

"Worth of visiting"

This was again one of places that my mother told us to go on our trip around the Europe.And she was right once again.It is very nice place,and riverside looks very beautyful with houses"climbing"up to hills.
Town is mostly known from it´s spas.We don´t like spas,so we can´t tell you about them.But we liked the town,and were happy to believe my parents and stay here for a night.
When we arrived,there was some kind of water-festival going on.We were happy to hear rock-bands playing by the river-I just thought that my mother would´t like if she had been with us.
When we went to riverside,band were sadly allready starting to finnish.Riverside was full of people,but in a hour allmost all disappered!MAybe it was a little too quiet town for us,but it was so nice,that it was still worth of visiting.We just like to eat late,and go for a beer after,and when we had eaten,all pubs seemed to been closed allready.We only found one open,and felt like an alien when walked in,and were only "not-locals".But people only watched-we didn´t feel not welcome.soon they forgot us.
In the morning young people were gone,and everywhere was older people with grey hair walking slowly and zipping cureing water from little pots.Seems like we were only ones without a pot!


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Address: Zamecky vrch 781/39, Karlovy Vary, Bohemia, 36001, Czech Republic