The town of Mariánské Lázně is located in West Bohemia in a large vale at the altitude of 576 to 626 metres above sea level. A 20 km wide zone of woods, studded with a number of tourist trails, is in the immediate vicinity of the spa. The Mariánské Lázně Spa resort is famous world-wide because of its therapeutic methods and effective and quality curative resources as well as its picturesque surroundings. In the territory of the spa area, around 100 cold springs of mineral water with a high content of carbon dioxide have been discovered. People began using some of these as early as the beginning of the 16th century. The colonnade from 1889 is a real pearl among the town’s structures. It was built in the Neo-classicist style and thus it has been put on the list of national cultural sites. The Singing Fountain, a dominant feature of the spa area, attracts tourists by its wonderful display of lights and sounds.
Natural mineral water, natural resource of carbon dioxide (spring gas – carbon dioxide), peat.
Adults: circulatory system diseases, digestive system diseases, endocrine, nutritional and metabolic diseases, respiratory diseases, neurological diseases, musculoskeletal system diseases, urinary and kidney diseases.
The Mariánské Lázně Spa is proud of its golf course, which is the second oldest in Europe. It was founded by the English King Edward VII in 1905. However, there are also other places to spend time actively, such as a miniature golf course, tennis courts, swimming pools, saunas, tanning salons, fitness centres, a horse-riding school, yachting club and sports equipment rentals. Spa guests can also go fishing, hunting, skiing, hiking and cycling or pioneer the waving terrain on cross-country skis. Other patients and holidaymakers can visit the local Museum of the town’s history, open-air Geologic Park, Memorial of F. Chopin, theatre, cinema, concert hall, art galleries, discotheques, casinos, entertainment arcades, or make trips out of the town.
Jesenice: The largest water reservoir in West Bohemia, steamboat and boat tours.
Kynžvart Spa: A spa town where you can visit a castle with a rich collection of old coins, medals, arms, porcelain and other antique objects.
Teplá Monastery: A Premonstratensian Monastery with a well-known and valuable library.
Cheb: A historic town that formerly had a strategic location on the border with Germany. The town’s architecture consists of a romantic chateau and also many Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque structures, such as Špalíček or the Count Waldstein´s House.
Smraďoch: A nature trail through the unique peat bog created as a result of mineral water and gases springing to the surface, containing sulphur and carbon dioxide.
Kladská – nature trail: A trail along the Kladská pond on the periphery of the national nature reserve called Kladská Peats in the Tajga zone.