Karlovy Vary - a small resort town, located in the west of the Czech Republic.
Travelers from all over the world travel here to plunge into the famous hot springs of mineral waters.
In the main resort of the Czech Republic by car
You can get to the city from different directions. The E48 route allows you to come to Karlovy Vary from Prague and from Germany. By road E442 you can get from the north-eastern direction - from Teplice, through the town of Chomutov. A small motor road at number 20 allows you to arrive in Karlovy Vary from the southern direction from Plzen and Ceske Budejovice.
By train to Karlovy Vary
In the city there are two railway stations -Upper (Horn? N? Dra ??) and Lower (Doln? N? Dra ??). At first, electric trains arrive from Prague, Cheb, the central part of the Czech Republic and from the Czech-German border. From Moscow you can get to Karlovy Vary via the Upper Railway Station. Trains come from the spa Marienbad, as well as from the German city of Zwickau to the Lower Karlovy Vary station.
In the city of Karlovy Vary there is an internationalairport. The aerodrome is capable of receiving airplanes of the type Airbus A321 and Boeing 737. Regular passenger traffic in the city is only available with Russian cities. You can get to Karlovy Vary, using the air route, from Moscow, Samara, St. Petersburg, Yekaterinburg and Tyumen.
Bus service to Karlovy Vary
The city can be reached by bus from Prague. A yellow bus runs from the capital airport Ruzyne and the bus station "Florenc" hourly to the Lower station hourly. Also, Karlovy Vary has regular bus service to many other nearby settlements - Loket, Sokolov, Cheb, Frantiskovy Lazne, Ash.
Funicular to the center of Karlovy Vary
Such an unusual form of transport is inResort town. In Karlovy Vary there are only two routes. Lanovka Imperial allows you to get to the city from the hill where the hotel "Imperial" is located. Funicular Lanovka Diana descends travelers to Karlovy Vary from the hill "Diana", which is the eponymous restaurant.