48 hours in Carlsbad
The sophisticated Bohemian spa town
The sophisticated Bohemian spa town presents itself with a nostalgic charm that reminds us of days long past, when emperors and kings, writers and composers flocked to Carlsbad to find strength and inspiration. The town was founded in the 14th century by Emperor Charles IV, who, according to legend, had it built after discovering the hot springs while on a hunt. Carlsbad has maintained its historical flair to the present day – and yet it has managed to keep its finger on the pulse of the time.
We invite you to explore Carlsbad with our guideline.
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Day 1: Check in and sightseeingDetails
Check-in at the 4-star superior Dvořák Spa Hotel.
Midday lunch at the Restaurant Dvořák with a choice of regional specialities or international cuisine.
Guided tour through the spa zone with a visit of the drinking colonnades and a taste of the mineral waters. Tip: Dive into the world of thermal spas with expert explanations of the history and use of mineral springs.
Back at the hotel, we take some time out to swim, relax in the sauna or enjoy the large selection of spa treatments.
Dinner with a view of Carlsbad’s lively hustle and bustle – the kitchen team unites traditional and modern cuisine while respecting the wishes of the health-conscious spa guest.
Still not tired? Then check out the local nightlife! Countless cafés, bars and nightclubs are available to choose from. The hotel’s own Café & Bar Opera offers a relaxing atmosphere in the Viennese tradition, with piano music to accompany coffee specialities, plus pastries and cakes that are served until 1:00 a.m.
A nightcap at the Café & Bar Opera– and then it’s off for a good night’s sleep in our comfortable room!
Day 2: Moser and Becherovka museum, Diana tower, shoppingDetails
7.00 a.m. to 10.00 a.m.
Freshness and variety at the breakfast buffet – a good way to start your day!
In Carlsbad, a wealth of discoveries awaits: the Moser Glass Museum explains the history of glass crafting, while the Becherovka Museum offers plenty of interesting facts about the history, production and storage this world-famous herbal liqueur.
Hungry? Stick around at “Becherplatz”. The museum also is home to the Restaurant Karel IV, which serves excellent ale house cuisine and even has its own brewery.
Time for an afternoon stroll – through the historic centre of town, along the river Teplá, then by cable car up to the Diana observation tower for a breathtaking view.
Shopping time! A number of small boutiques and little souvenir shops along the colonnade sell brand name goods and local trinkets. Plan to spend some time here!
Let the day’s impressions pass in review during a leisurely dinner at the Restaurant Dvořák – with a fine Austrian wine to end the day on a high note!
Day 3: Breakfast and swimmingDetails
After a half-hour swim to get the day started, the well-deserved breakfast tastes that much better.
Check-out from the 4-star superior Dvořák Spa Hotel. Time to head home, loaded up with memories and impressions from beautiful Carlsbad!