Loved the park, the view, the mineral waters. Like a trip back to the nineteenth century. Much nicer than Carlsbad.
The reason that I only gave this a 3-star mark is because I feel slighted that I was told I could experience Marianske Lazne on a one-day trip and I feel you need a couple of days. I highly recommend that you book a hotel and stay at least one night to experience the baths, drink the healing waters (although... More
The roman baths were great and as non resident you can buy 1 or 2 hour ticket to the baths. There were two old stylish pools and two new and a sauna. You can lie also under ir-lamp. You can pay your visit with credit card and there is a note, thet you should not store valuables in spa lickers.... More
Our friend recommended. It is a magic town ( a marvelouus spa resort ). In our opinion slightly nicer than Karlovy Vary and MUCH cheaper. As well as we used quite resonably priced transfer company from Prague Airport called Bohemia Prague Airport Transfer ( www. bohemia-prague-airport-transfers.com ) we paid only GBP 90,- probably the cheapest option. V.R.
It is amaizing! Clean and spectacilar place. I recomend it and don´t lost possibility to visit this place. I will be back!
The place is very clean and upscale looking with roman baths surrounded by marble columns. The whole feels really luxurious, and not surprisingly it costs appropriately as well. There is really nothing bad that I can say about the place, but it does pale in comparison to some of europe's biggest SPAs. We spent 3 hours there and that was... More
If you're looking for something to do on a wet day in Marianske Lazne then head for the Roman Baths & Spa. The Roman Baths are open to members of the public from 14:00 until 20:00 each day at a cost of 250 CZK (around £6). There is a large selection of pools, jacuzzis, saunas, steam rooms and other treatments... More
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