PARK COLONNADE (SADOVÁ KOLONÁDA), 1880, springs: Snake (Hadí), Park (Sadový), Freedom (Svoboda), MILL COLONNADE (MLÝNSKÁ KOLONÁDA), 1881 springs: Rock (Skalní), Libuše, Princes Wenceslas I and II (kníže Václav I. a II.), Mill (Mlýnský), Rusalka. The neo-Renaissance colonnade is the work of the famous architect Zítek. It is 132 metres long, the roof is supported by 124 Corinthian columns, and it is adorned by numerous statues and sculptures. This is the most popular colonnade in the city.
MARKET COLONNADE (TRŽNÍ KOLONÁDA), 1883 springs: Market (Tržní), Charles IV (Karla IV.) This was constructed in 1883 as a makeshift wooden colonnade. However, the Swiss-style colonnade stands to this day thanks to a complete reconstruction.
CHATEAU COLONNADE (ZÁMECKÁ KOLONÁDA), 1913, springs: Upper Chateau (Zámecký horní), Lower Chateau (Zámecký dolní) Built in 1913 by the architect Ohmann, this comprises an upper and lower part and recently underwent general reconstruction.
HOT SPRING COLONNADE (VŘÍDELNÍ KOLONÁDA), 1975, springs: Hot Spring (Vřídlo). The fifth colonnade surrounds the hottest and most abundant spring in Karlovy Vary – the Hot Spring (Vřídlo – 72 °C). The underground of the colonnade is home to extensive technical facilities and an interesting tour trail.