Pension Diamant

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Tyrsova 4, 36001 Karlovy Vary, Karlovy Vary, 36001, Czech Republic
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Costs about the same, but rated 11% higher than other 3 star hotels

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Travel Tips for Karlovy Vary

Suvenyry - Souvenirs

by globetrott



If you stay longer in Czech Republic, I may simply recommend you to make your souvenir-shopping at other ( much cheaper ) places.
Most shops, with a very few exceptions are simply too expensive !

Moser glassmaking manufactory

by Nykaenen

One thing you should not miss when in Karlovy Vary is this world known glassfactory. Moser is situated "off the beaten path", i.e. not along Tepla banks, but on the outskirts of the town and you'll have to take local bus there. I forgot the number - just ask locals at the main bus station and they'll help you (most younger people speak some English).

Moser a.s. was founded by Ludwig Moser in 1857. He entered glassmaking business as an engraver, but was equally talented as a businessman. His successors were no less skilled in both fields, the result of which is this world known company.
Moser has always produced only luxury glassware and decorative items following no style but their own. Dedication to own style always paid off so Moser can boast over 140 years of glassmaking.

Karlovy Vary/Karlsbad

by Kristina1701

My visit to Karlovy Vary has been my first and only visit to the Czech Republic so far. To be honest, I didn’t expect much at all as I had made a day trip to Poland the year before and didn’t like it very much. So I was quite surprised when I found out what a beautiful town Karlovy Vary, or Karlsbad as it was called when it still belonged to Germany, is. Of course you’ll also find some decayed buildings there but all in all the positive predominates.
We first had a look at the old kurhaus and then walked into the city centre to have lunch. We had Czech beer, a salad and a pancake for less than five Euros; where else in the EU can you get such a cheap meal? *grin* Afterwards we walked to the area behind the new kurhaus where you'll find lots of beautiful buildings.
All in all I really enjoyed my visit to Karlsbad and wouldn't mind coming back one day :-)

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