Touted as the largest and most beautiful spa town in the heart of Europe, we decided to visit Karlovy Vary during our recent trip in this western part of the Republic.
It was a very short visit and I am now left hanging — wanting to see more. The place is just so grand. No wonder it has earned all these accolades.
The weather was not in our favor during our visit, so we didn’t really get to walk around the town.
But a visit to Karlovy Vary will not be complete if one does not visit the main spring pavilion.
So here I am with my little boy posing for shot inside the pavilion.
We also tasted the spring waters, each available in different temperature gradients.
If you have met my boy you would know that he is very friendly not one afraid of speaking out his mind. He is a very sociable child and would talk to anybody at anytime.
In here, he is telling the lady to be careful because the water is hot. Yup, the hottest water temperature was 72C.
Right outside the pavilion, there were pigeons to chase, so we gave him a little bit of time to run around.
This he was doing while his mama was busy taking photos of the beautiful architecture surrounding the area.
After only testing the tip of the iceberg, I know I will really go back to this place. It is only a few minutes drive from Marianske Lazne, and a trip to both spas is a future event that I am definitely pinning my hopes on.
To know more about this place, you can visit their webpage.
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I love the row of colorful buildings, but my favorite part of this post is that your son took it upon himself to warn the stranger to be careful of the hot water. Sweet!