Mill Hot Springs Corridor (Mlýnská kolonáda) is located in Karlovy Vary, a spa city in the Czech Republic. The Mill Hot Springs Corridor is named after the original mill nearby. The Thermal Corridor is one of the traditional landmarks of Karlovy Vary and is known as the most beautiful thermal corridor. The cloister was built in 1881 by Josef Zitek, the designer of the Prague National Theater, and was expanded in 1893 to its present-day Renaissance style. This Neo-Renaissance building has 2 walkways, 132 meters long and 13 meters wide. It is composed of the nave, side corridors and 124 Corinthian long columns. There are 12 classical statues on the columns, representing 12 of the year. In January, the whole architectural style is Baroque, full of royal style. There is a band pool in the cloister, where hot spring bands can play free concerts regularly. Karlovy Vary has 13 main hot springs, 5 of which are on the hot spring promenade. For the convenience of drinking, the town specially designed beautiful and practical hot spring cups with various styles for tourists. Its characteristic is that the drinking ports are all above the cup handles to extend the entrance passage and prevent tourists from being burned. People who drink hot spring water for the first time may not be accustomed to its sulphur smell, it tastes a bit salty in the mouth, and the content of carbon dioxide is high, but here you do not buy a hot spring cup (medium cup / 7 dollars) to taste the famous hot spring Shuihui is a great pity for tourism.
Karlovy Vary is located in the west of Prague. It is a well-known spa town in the Czech Republic. The hot spring resources are very rich. The hot springs spout from a depth of more than 2,000 meters underground. There are dozens of springs in the city, and the temperature of the sprayed water is different. The spring water here is rich in minerals and can be consumed directly.
The small town of Karlovy Vary actually has several hot spring cloisters with different styles, and the mill hot spring cloister built in 1881 is undoubtedly C. There are five hot spring outlets in the entire mill hot spring corridor, where visitors can drink at will. Although their temperature is different, the taste is always salty, fishy, metallic...
The Mill Thermal Corridor in Karlovy Vary, a Czech spa town, was built in 1881 and was designed by the designer of the Prague National Theater, Joseph Tidic. This 132-meter-long Romanesque corridor has five hot spring outlets. This building is one of the traditional symbols of Karlovy Vary and is known as the most beautiful spa corridor.