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New Baths

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Reitenbergerova 2, Marianske Lazne 353 01 Czech Republic
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Czech Spas of Karlovy Vary and Marianske Lazne from Prague
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Czech Spas of Karlovy Vary and Marianske Lazne from Prague

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Visit two of the Czech Republic’s elegant spa towns on a day trip from Prague, with an expert guide. Traveling by air-conditioned coach, head into forested west Bohemia to the town of Karlovy Vary, known for its twelve mineral springs. Explore the town with its graceful colonnades, taste some waters and discover its other claims to fame — crystal glassware, porcelain and herbal liqueur. Enjoy an included lunch, and continue through the lush forests to the handsome spa town of Marianske Lazne to sample some of its equally acclaimed waters.
$105.56 per adult
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linaloos wrote a review Jan 2017
Beijing45 contributions11 helpful votes
We visited the New Baths for one day, the fee is a bit steep but after all, was worth it. It has a nice wellness area with different degree saunas, steam bath, whirlpools. Also a nice resting room,as well as complimentary fruit and tea, as weak It was a bit chilly, when we visited, the water also was not too warm in certain basins, and some people blocked the beds for ages with their towels etc, without using them... especially the ones below the infrared lights were kind of out of reach for us. Given the high entry fee it is worth considering to stay at the hotel, then one is able to use the baths for free. Found out too late that one could also book a treatment in the King Edward bath cabin, which is supposedly really nice!
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Date of experience: December 2016
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Masha_Stan wrote a review Aug 2016
Riga, Latvia189 contributions43 helpful votes
If you want to feel good and fresh you should definitely go there and take a bath in a clean amazing solty water. It's so good and "refresing" that you feel so much younger and healthier after that!
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Date of experience: September 2015
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Nadia2659 wrote a review Feb 2016
Singapore10 contributions6 helpful votes
The lady at the information desk by the entrance was very engaged and informative. However inside the staff was most unfriendly and unhelpful. As there was no information on how things worked it took us some time to figure out where different facilities were located and how they functioned. The children were allowed to run, scream and splash about - totally ruining the relaxing atmosphere of the baths. An experience NOT to be repeated.
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Date of experience: February 2016
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Magda Franta wrote a review Jun 2015
Marianske Lazne, Czech Republic44 contributions18 helpful votes
the most beautiful places in Marianske Lazne there is the famous Royal cabin with bath King Edwar's not in the Roman baths but close to the hotel reception.
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Date of experience: June 2015
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Eli G wrote a review Nov 2012
Tel Aviv, Israel146 contributions58 helpful votes
Loved the park, the view, the mineral waters. Like a trip back to the nineteenth century. Much nicer than Carlsbad.
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Date of experience: October 2012
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