Experience the revitalising and relaxing effects of the hottest thermal spring and the oldest spa in Saxony at Kurort Warmbad bei Wolkenstein. Experience the feel-good effect of the Silber-Therme Warmbad.
The Healthy Spring in the Erzgebirge Region Right next to the modern Rehabilitation Centre in Wiesenbad Thermal Spa, you will find the Miriquidi public Thermal Spa . The warm thermal water pools with areas for exercise and relaxation, the numerous bathing attractions and water gymnastics as well as a romantic steam grotto built into a rock, a sauna and our light therapy all offer splendid regeneration facilities to body and soul for visitors of all ages. Our thermal water is a natural remedy containing fluoride and carbonic acid.
The Evženie spa complex is situated in a quiet part of the town centre in Klášterec nad Ohří, on the left bank of the Ohře river. The spa is located in a manor park and a spa park near the ruins of the Šumná castle. Three mineral springs are in Klášterec - the Evženie spring at a depth of 12 m, the Klášterecký pramen spring at a depth of 120 m and the Městský pramen spring at a depth of 90 m. The springs are used for hydrotherapy and drinking cures. All the cures help speed up recovery after acute illnesses or after surgery of digestive, urinary or musculoskeletal systems.
The history of spa in the municipality of Dubí dates back as late as the year 1860 and it is connected to the manufacturer Anton Tschink, who built several buildings, parks and a lookout restaurant there. The complex of the present day Tereziny lázně Spa was built by Dr Brecher in 1870 as the so-called "Hydrotherapeutic Institute". The Tereziny lázně Spa is situated on the southern slope of the Krušné hory Mountains at an altitude of 420 m above the sea. The spa is located in a quiet part of the town of Dubí, near the Church of the Virgin Mary Immaculate Conception.
The impressive Emperor’s Spa building is situated in the centre of the town. The building historically ranks amongst the oldest spa buildings in Teplice. The Emperor’s Spa houses the CLT Clinic, equipped with state-of-the-art medical and diagnostic equipment. Recently the spa has gone through a comprehensive reconstruction including building a new rehabilitation thermal pool. The spa building is named after the Austria Emperor Franz Josef, who was treated here.
The following diseases are treated at the Beethoven Spa:
The Stone Spa building itself was established in the year 1911 and is built in neo-baroque style. It has been reconstructed several times during the years, the last reconstruction taking place in 1998. The Stone Spa currently offers comprehensive care based on many years of experience and tradition in treatment. The Jirásek spa building belongs to the precinct. The spa is surrounded by the greenery of a large park. As with the other Teplice Spa buildings, the Stone Spa mainly focuses on treating afflictions of the locomotive organs.
The Beethoven Spa building is a part of the historical heart of the city. It originated through a sensitive, architectonic joining of the different, original spa buildings. It is located in a peaceful area of Teplice, surrounded by an extensive park. The nearby Sadové (Orchard) Spa building also belongs to the Beethoven’s Spa. Individuals such as L. van Beethoven, R. Wagner, J.W. Goethe, F. Chopin, F. Liszt, A. von Humboldt and many others were successfully treated here.
Nové lázně is a medical institution and a spa facility for children and provides complex treatment of all kinds of diseases affecting the locomotor system of clients up to the age of 18.