Cheb is a city in Bohemia in Western Czech Republic with a population of 33,500 and is close to the German border.
By busDirect buses run from Prague (150 Kč, 3 hours, 4 daily), Karlovy Vary (56 Kč, 1 hour, 7 daily), Mariánské Lázně (40 Kč, 30 minutes, 12 daily).
Cheb StationBuilt in the 19th century by several German railroad companies and run in cooperation until the end of WWII when Czechoslovak and later Czech authorities took over. Direct trains run from Prague (250Kc, 3 hours, 3 daily). There are local German trains from Hof, Nuremberg and Bayreuth. Unfortunately, the line is not yet electrified on the German side, so long distance trains are still some ways of.
The center is easily accessible by foot.
Cheb Museum20th-century paintings of Cheb.
phone: +420 354 422 838address: Františkánské náměstí 30/1
Namesti Krale Jiriho z Podebrad - Main Square16th century former Jewish merchant houses.
New Town Hall & State Gallery of the ArtsBoroque building from the 18th century. Features Czech modern art.
St. Wencelas Church
St. Nicolas ChurchBaroque building from the 13th century.
Frantiskanske NamestiFeatures the St. Clare Church and the Church of the Herald of the Virgin Mary.
Asia Dragon Bazar Svatý Křížaddress: Svatý KřížA great wholesale store.
Pizzeria Cafeaddress: Jakubska 1
Restaurant Valdstejnaddress: Náměstí Jiřího z Poděbrad 35Steak & schnitzel.
Pizzeria Da Angeloaddress: Jateční 18
phone: +420 776 232 071address: Svobody 2285/26a
Autocamp Rybarska BastaWell-equipped campsite.
Pension U Tri Ruziaddress: Ruzovy Kopecek 395/9
address: Jateční 458/7Jazz in reception. Nice bathrooms.
phone: +420 775 542 481address: Májová 40
phone: +420354433216address: Svobody 32Friendly somewhat bigger hotel with a decent standard, however, nothing "fancy".