Taxi is a quick way to get from Prague airport to Karlovy Vary
Taxi in the Czech Republic is a great opportunity to go around various cities and resorts of the republic. Taxi Garsia Tour to Karlovy Vary from the Czech Republic is especially popular among tourists. Our experienced drivers know how to get to Karlovy Vary smoothly, avoiding traffic jams and long distances. Excellent knowledge of the Czech Republic by our drivers is useful not only in maneuvering between traffic jams, but also in order to tell you which places in Karlovy Vary are preferable to visit, where to have a tasty lunch or have an unforgettable entertainment.
There is something to see in Karlovy Vary, as it began in the 14th century. During this time, many events took place in the city that influenced its life, architecture and culture. Great figures of science and arts loved this resort and their names are immortalized in Karlovy Vary on a memorial plaque. You can get to Karlovy Vary from Prague, but it will take very little time. If you want to take a taxi to Karlovy Vary from the Czech Republic and then return back to Prague, then our driver will wait for you.
Karlovy Vary (Karlsbad) is a spa town in western Bohemia in the Czech Republic. It has been popular with tourists since the 19th century for its thermal springs. In the resort area along the banks of the river there are several colonnades for walking. In the Hot Spring Colonnade, there is the famous Vridlo thermal spring and a 12-meter high hot spring.
The Neo-Renaissance Mlyn Colonnade is a symbol of the city. In summer, concerts are held next to it. Another attraction is the large church of St. Mary Magdalene with two spiers. The building was built in 1730 and decorated with religious sculptures in the Baroque style. In the burial crypt of the church, there is a crypt with the remains transferred here from the former cemetery. At the Moser Glass Museum you can learn a lot about the history of glass making and see this process with your own eyes. During a tour of the Jan Becher Museum cellars, visitors are told how the famous local liqueur, Becherovka, is produced. There are many hiking trails in the Ohře River valley and nearby forests. The Diana observation tower and other towers on the Friendship Hill offer a panoramic view of the surroundings.