[View] Located on the main street, near the river. The milky white cloister is exquisite in shape and has hot spring water points. There is a wide step next to it, which is full of tourists at dusk. [Fun] The hot spring is the theme of Karlovy Vary. It is drinkable. It is rich in minerals that are beneficial to the human body and has a healing and health care effect. Due to the high temperature of hot spring water, hot spring cups suitable for drinking are produced locally. [Value for money] Free
Legend has it that during the time of the Holy Roman Empire, King Charles IV of Bohemia shot and wounded a deer here. However, during the chase, the injured wild deer was able to walk like flying after drinking a few sips of hot springs. It disappeared without a trace. The king was very interesting. He ordered people to investigate carefully. Sure enough, many hot springs were discovered here, and the healing power of these springs was verified. So, Charles IV breathed the heat. The spring is named Karlsbad, which means "Charlie's Hot Springs", and Karlovy Vary's name comes from this. The Market kolonáda is the most eye-catching spa promenade in Karlovy Vary. It adopts the Swiss wooden style, dotted with numerous star-shaped carvings, just like wearing a Chinese dress covered with lace. Some people say that this was originally the seat of the town government, while others said it was originally a railway station. The Market Hot Spring Corridor, located in the former seat of the city government, did not appear until 1993, replacing another hot spring corridor designed by the famous Czech designers Fellner and Helmer before 1883. Now there are two hot spring outlets under the cloister. Among them, the copper engravings hanging at one end of the cloister describe the story of Charles IV shooting a deer and discovering the first hot spring in Karlovy Vary. Below it, it is called "Charlie The hot spring of the Fourth Generation. There is also a beautiful market square beside the cloister. This mini square is surrounded by colorful houses, giving people a fairy tale feeling.