T. G. Masaryka 43, Karlovy Vary, 36001, Czech Republic
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karlovy vary Night life
I m going to karlovy vary end of September for a week.
1. I would like to ask you if anyone could say to me about the Night life.Restaurants, Clubs,Music,Folks, anything.
2. What is the best way to go to the MARIANSKE lazne from karlovy vary.
Thank you all.....Have a nice time anywhere you are
Re: karlovy vary Night life
I don't know much about the night life and clubs. However, I will be performing at the Club Hotel Imperial on Friday Oct. 3rd from 8:30 to 10:30. If you get a chance please stop by and introduce yourself.
Travel Tips for Karlovy Vary
Choose the right time to take pics !
Photography of the great facades in Karlovy Vary / Karlsbad is best, when the sun shines directely on the buildings.
(This is in fact more that 70% of the "secrets" behind any good photo !) For the general Postoffice it is best to be there in the morning - but unfortunately was there too late.
When you click on the pic, you may still see the great sculptures all over the building.
Great sculptures in Sadova kolonada
This is something you might easily miss, when you are in the Kolonada and do not look up.
It would be a pity,as all the construction was made with ornaments and sculptures like this one.
So simply fill your water-bottle with the hot water and search for these sculptures, while you wait for the water to cool down to drinking-temperature
Karlovy Vary - Czech Republic
"Karlovy Vary - Czech Republic"
Karlovy Vary is around 120kms from Prague and takes around 2 hours to get there. It's a very pretty town and is famous for its Becherovka alcoholic drink which is made from herbs.
There are many mineral water fountains where you can sample the waters, rumoured to be good for your health and you can buy special porcelain spouted drinking vessels from which locals drink the waters as they walk around the town.
There are also open aired thermal swimming pools and many spas where you can have treatments done and the town is home to the famous Grandhotel Pupp. The Russian influence of the town can be seen in the onion domed church of St. Peter and Paul.
On the way back to Prague, we also stopped at the spa town of Marianske Lazne for a quick look around.
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