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Karlovy Vary

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  • You can see magnificent expanses of white poppies near Karlovy Vary.
    © Bernd Kröger / age fotostock
  • Holy Trinity monument in Carlsbad.
    © Bernd Kröger / age fotostock
  • A square in Karlsbad, meaning "Charles' spa", as the city is built around a mineral spring.
    © Bernd Kröger / age fotostock
  • A horse-drawn coach against the backdrop of a row of houses in Karlovy Vary.
    © Bernd Kröger / age fotostock
  • The city of Karlovy Vary was named after King of Bohemia and Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV, who founded the city in 1370.
    © Bernd Kröger / age fotostock
  • The Czech Republic has plenty of salt mines; the health benefits of salt are well-known and it is recommended to take children here.
    © Bernd Kröger / age fotostock
Amy Adejokun
Amy Adejokun Expert destination Czech Republic

With its very ancient thermal spa, Karlovy Vary has a beautiful group of buildings typical of spa towns: hotels, kiosks and baths dating from the great Austro-Hungarian era.

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Karlovy Vary: the key figures

Surface area : 30,450 sq mi km2

Population : 10,300,000 inhabitants

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