The small tower of Charles IV
these paths one can cover the entire main high points of
the hills above the Grand Hotel Pupp. Making your way
along under the pleasant forest canopy along the
Findlater pathway, you will come across two unique
benches; one of which is designed in the Art Nouveau
style with the relief of a sleeping wolf bitch. Going
further, past the obelisk of Lord Findlater, the path
leads to Chopin's cottage, and then on to the Empire
style summerhouse of Findlater. The final stage of the
route brings you out back into town at the Gallery of
Arts. You can turn off the Findlater path onto the
Chopin path in order to get back to the Grand Hotel Pupp.
The first sight on the way is the memorial plaque of
Frederic Chopin. The composer visited the spa in 1835.
The path continues to the Parnas Rock, where there
remains to this day a stone from 1798 with verses in
French by Baron A. De Fay, celebrating the glory of the
local nature. The next sight is the Charle's IV Tower,
built in 1877 in Neo-Gothic style. Further still, the
path leads to a little chapel Ecce Homo, renovated in
1900 and to Aran's bench, named in honour of the famous
Hungarian poet, who used to come to Karlovy Vary.