Aurora Spa s.r.o.



The historic town of Třeboň is located in a typical picturesque landscape in the South Bohemian Region.

The Aurora Spa complex, with an accommodation capacity of 564 beds, is located in the quiet setting of a large park at the bank of the Svět fishpond. It specialises in the treatment of locomotive organ disorders, rheumatic diseases, post-injurious and post-operative states and complex recondition of body and mind. The main curative procedures consist of bog baths and peat wraps. The spa offers short-term programmes: one-week or weekend relaxation and recondition stay.

Contact data


384 750 555, 384 754 555



Lázeňská 1001
379 01


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What is treated here


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VI. Neurological system diseases
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VII. Musculoskeletal system diseases

Spa location

The historic town of Třeboň is located in a typical picturesque landscape in the South Bohemian Region. For its large variety of water sources it is called ‘the town of ponds’ and ‘the region of mirrors’. Třeboň and its surroundings form a Biosphere Reserve under the auspices of The Man and the Biosphere Programme of UNESCO. The historic city centre, Renaissance chateau, Brewery Regent, vast parks and a well-known fishpond called Svět altogether form an outstanding atmosphere. The town of Třeboň is well known for its long-lasting tradition of fishpond cultivation heritage and therefore you can enjoy some fish delicacies made from excellent carps in local restaurants.

Peat bog.

Adults: neurological diseases, musculoskeletal system diseases.

A sport complex of pools with water attractions, a bowling alley, squash and tennis courts, a fitness centre, tourism, cycling, fishing, the Třeboň Chateau, the Schwarzenberg Tomb, the Church of St. Jiljí, the Brewery Regent, and a year-round offer of cultural programmes.

Český Krumlov: It is the most memorable historic town in the South Bohemian Region. The town is best known for its fine architecture and art of the historic old town and was given the status of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. About 300 successfully surviving Baroque, Gothic and Renaissance buildings are the town’s particular pride. The gem of the buildings is a unique Baroque court theatre with original stage machinery, scenery and props. In Český Krumlov there is also an international museum dedicated to the painter Egon Schiele.
Jindřichův Hradec: The historic centre with a Renaissance city castle and palace complex where many concerts of classical music take place. The most well-known item – the Czech largest mechanical Christmas manger scene - can be found in the district museum.
Hluboká nad Vltavou: The town is best known for its famous Windsor style chateau with valuable artistic and historic collections.
České Budějovice: The metropolis of the South Bohemian Region was founded by Přemysl Otakar II as one of the royal towns.

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