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The Teplice Spa is the oldest spa in Central Europe with an almost two thousand year old tradition. It is located in North Bohemia at the foothills of the Ore Mountains. The beginning of the history of this small town is linked with the curative springs that were already known two thousand years ago. This fact can be easily evidenced by the archaeological findings of Roman coins in Pravřídlo and the findings of Celtic coins and jewels in Obří pramen by Duchcov from the beginning of our new calendar (AD). In the 18th and 19th centuries, Teplice used to be called Little Paris or the Salon of Europe, visited by many eminent individuals, such as Tsar Peter I, the Swedish King Gustav IV, the Prussian King Bedřich Vilém III, then Ludwig van Beethoven, Johann Wolfgang Goethe, Richard Wagner, Frederick Chopin and Franz Liszt. Nowadays, the Teplice Spa is a top-class spa resort with a comprehensive range of diagnostic and therapeutic possibilities as well as catering and accommodation services of a high quality level.

Natural healing resources

Teplice Spa is situated over springs of unique bicarbonate-sulphate-sodium thermal water rich in minerals and an admixture of radon. In the form of baths and other kinds of hydrotherapy, Teplice springs achieve unique therapeutic results.


  • Musculoskeletal system diseases:inflammatory and degenerative disorders of the musculoskeletal system, vertebrogenic syndromes, disorders of muscles, ligaments, and fascia, conditions after injuries and surgeries of the musculoskeletal system, congenital orthopedic disorders, scoliosis, and juvenile chronic arthritis
  • Vascular diseases: peripheral vascular diseases, conditions after phlebitis and chronic lymphoedema, conditions after vascular surgeries, occupational vasoneurosis, grade I to III hypertensive disease, and diabetes-related circulatory disorders.
  • Nervous system diseases: conditions after a stroke, spine and brain surgeries, multiple sclerosis, congenital cerebral palsy, poliomyelitis, locomotor disorders due to inflammation in the brain and spinal cord, muscle diseases, and diabetes-related nervous system disorders.


  • severe infectious diseases
  • acute diseases
  • clinical signs of circulatory collapse
  • malignant arrhythmia
  • conditions after deep vein thrombosis and thrombophlebitis
  • unstable and decompensated diabetes mellitus
  • recurrent profuse bleeding
  • cachexia
  • malignant tumors
  • untreated epilepsy, psychoses and mental disorders
  • patient's inability to care for themselves,
  • incontinency (except for Nové lázně)
  • pregnancy
  • non-healing skin lesions
  • hypertension with diastolic pressure over 16 kPa (±120 mm Hg).

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