Karlovy Vary (Czech Republic)

Karlovy Vary is a spa city in the Czech Republic. It has about 46,000 inhabitants. The city is the site of numerous hot springs (13 main springs, about 300 smaller springs, and the warm-water Teplá River), and is the most visited spa town in the Czech Republic. The historic city centre with the spa cultural landscape is well preserved and is protected by law as an urban monument reservation. It is the largest spa complex in Europe. In 2021, the city became part of the transnational UNESCO World Heritage Site under the name "Great Spa Towns of Europe" because of its spas and architecture from the 18th through 20th centuries.

The twenty closest neighbours in the database:

Bayreuth (Germany) (98 km), Dresden (Germany) (110 km), Prague (Czech Republic) (111 km), Regensburg (Germany) (146 km), Bamberg (Germany) (146 km), Nuremberg (Germany) (155 km), Barbarossa Cave (181 km), Wittenberg (Germany) (183 km), Spreewald (201 km), Quedlinburg (Germany) (211 km), Würzburg (Germany) (216 km), Fulda (Germany) (230 km), Wernigerode (Germany) (231 km), Potsdam (Germany) (241 km), Allianz Arena (241 km), Olympic Stadium Munich (248 km), Munich (Germany) (250 km), Mines of Rammelsberg (252 km), Augsburg (Germany) (252 km), Goslar (Germany) (254 km)

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