Those who like hiking should definitely go up to the top of Druzhba Hill. There is an interesting historical attraction - the lookout tower of Diana here. At the top of the hill, there is a scenic park with rest areas, and several restaurants and cafes. The tower is equipped with a beautiful observation deck, from which it is convenient to admire the surrounding forests and green hills.
An important monument of architecture is the Mill Colonnade. Built in the 19th century, it represents a unique combination of Neo-Renaissance and Empire style. Within this beautiful building with arches, there are several mineral springs. To try out the water from them is completely free of charge. In the warm season, the architectural complex complements the diversity of exotic plants.
Visiting of religious sites should be included in the tour. One of the most beautiful in the city is the Church of St. Mary Magdalene. Its construction began in the late 18th century, and the very first church on this site was built in the 15th century. In the 18th century, the church was almost completely destroyed by fire. Its restoration lasted for several decades and was finally completed in 1861. An equally impressive religious building is the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral. It was built in the 19th century and became the first Orthodox Church on the territory of the Austrian Empire. In 1916, during military operations, the church was closed, and worship services began again, only in the middle of the 20th century. Not so long ago the historical church was completely restored. Now it is in the territory of an incredibly beautiful park. Fans of theatrical art should definitely visit the Karlovy Vary City Theatre. The building in which it is located, was built in the 19th century by the project of famous architects G. Helmer and F. Fellner. At the moment, it is one of the most beautiful in the city. Earlier in its place, was an old theater but its wooden building was completely destroyed by fire in 1787. One of the main initiators of the construction of the new theater was D. Becher. A new luxury building was built on the donations of residents. The old theater managed to preserve not only its unique appearance, but also the interior decoration. It regularly hosts classical and modern productions.