Marianske Lazne, Marienbad
Marienbad. It's a pretty, well-manicured spa town west of Prague (about two hours' drive by car, 3 h. by EC Train from Prague Main Train station) and very close to the German border, where water-related treatments are a major attraction. The first mineral spring was discovered here in the 16th century, and the town was built in the late 18th century.
The town's area is intersected by more than 100 mineral springs.
It's a pastel-painted architectural gem, looking rather like a display of giant wedding cakes set among green lawns and lovely parks. Pine-forested slopes surround it, and the clean mountain air acts like a detox diet for the lungs. There are several spa -hotels, along with non-residential public spas.
About the Mineral water in Marienbad:
It's extremely rich in minerals and carbon dioxide. Because of their markedly varied chemical composition the springs are suitable for treating a range of diseases.
The treatments here are taken as serious antidotes to chronic ailments such as asthma, eczema, gynecological Problems & infertility, poor circulation, stomach & liver disorders,osteoporosis, rheumatism ,diabetes and many more...