Teplice nad Bečvou Spa is, with its high tech equipment and educated staff, one of the most significant spas in the Czech Republic. We specialize in cardio-vascular rehabilitation with
an emphasis on prevention of heart attacks, strokes and patients after cardiac and invasive surgeries. Our spa doesn´t believe in the usual approach, where patients passively undergo the treatments. This is an active intervention to a lifestyle of people with cardio-vascular problems who are also cooperating on improving their health condition.
Zbrašov aragonite caves
A unique cave system of European significance created by simultaneous activities of atmospheric water and hot mineral water, springing from great depths in the limestone. The unique decorations of the caves is aragonite resembling doughnuts.
Hranice Abyss, Sinkhole
It is the deepest Czech and also Central European abyss. Its dry part, into which we can see, is 69,5 m. deep. According to the latest measuring in 1995, the depth of the flooded area is confirmed to be 205 m. There is a typical funnel shaped sinkhole located near the abyss.
Castle ruins Svrcov
The castle was built at the end of the 14th century. Name of the castle is probably deduced from its founder – Hereč Svrč of Zdounek. Svrčov was built to protect the estates of bishop of Olomouc. The Svrčov´s knights held the castle until the 15th century when they left it and let it desolate.
Valšovická jezírka (lakes)
Located in the proximity of town Valšovice, the lakes belong to the forest Školní polesí SLŠ Hranice in Valšovice. They consist of three small water tanks on the Krkavec stream.
Drahotuch castle ruins
One of the oldest castles in Moravia. It was founded before 1269 by Bohuš z Drahotuš from the family of lords from Čebelovice. This family systematically colonized surrounding areas and had German settlers live there. In 1371 Moravian marcgrave bought the castle. At the beginning of 15th century family of lords from Cimburk got the castle. At the end of the Hussite Wars bandit Boček Puklice from Pozořice acquired it and threatened the neighbourhood from behind the walls. In 1447 the castle was returned to the family of Cimburk. They, however, didn´t have any interest in it and they sold it to the family of Pernštejn after 30 years. This family left the castle deserted and so it dilapidated and turned into ruins.
On guests´ requests there is an alternating offer of trips for visitors of the Teplice nad Bečvou spa:
Skansen Rožnov pod Radhoštěm
Small town Rožnov pod Radhoštěm is situated in the heart of Beskydy and Vsetínské hills at the foot of the sacred mountain Radhošť. Wallachian Open Air Museum is the oldest of its kind in Central Europe. It was founded in 1925 and contains 120 ancient monuments.
The Helfštýn Castle
The castle, located in the middle of wooded hills overlooking the picturesque Bečva river valley, offers entertainment, education and recreation. The large castle grounds are a great place for all kinds of events such as historical fencing, theatrical, musical and dance performances. Since 1982, every year at the end of August, blacksmith artisans from around the world meet here, at a symposium called the Hefaiston, and show off their work.
The Archbishop’s Château in Kroměříž
The Château has a tight connection to the town, which was an impressive bishop´s residence ever since 13th century. The vast Château Garden is rich in different kinds of woody plants and the Floral Garden, with its special architectural design and extensive flower decorations, belongs to the most unique places in the world.
Hradec nad Moravicí chateau
The White chateau is situated in natural landscape. It was built in Empire style and is equipped with luxuriously furnished conference halls and guest´s quarters. In vicinity of the main building there is the Red chateau built in neo-Gothic style, the White tower and the fortification wall. This romantic chateau is the right choice for your trip.
Initially constructed in Gothic style, castle Bouzov was rebuilt in 1895-1909 for the grand master of Teutonic Knights and it became their state residence. In the interiors you can see collections of period furniture as well as applied art. Very unique is chateau´s period kitchen furnished with stylish equipment and technical curiosities.
Place of pilgrimage on Svatý Hostýn
Saint Hostýn hill (735 m) and its Marian chapel became one of the most visited pilgrimage places in the Czech Republic. Thousands of pilgrims in need seek this shelter.
The Holy Hill near Olomouc
There is another pilgrimage place called the Holy Hill situated northeast of the city of Olomouc. This enclosed site includes the Church of the Visitation of the Virgin Mary, residential and utility buildings, and cloisters with chapels, all built in the Baroque style. Besides the splendid church you can also visit a beautiful Zoo.
Kopřivnice Technical Museum
Located in the city of Kopřivnice, there is the Tatra Technical Museum, which shows off a large collection of Tatra passenger and truck vehicles as well as other products made by Tatra.
Mountain town situated in the centre of Štramberská highlands, at the foothills of the Beskydy Mountain is called the “Moravian Bethlehem” because of its picturesque scenery. Dominant features of the town are the ruins of the Strallenberg castle and its cylindrical Trúba tower. In Štramberk you will also find a unique collection of folk architecture represented by Wallachian timbered houses from the 18th and 19th century. And of course, we can´t forget to mention the traditional, legendary sweets called “štramberské ears”.
This city represents a traditional trade and transportation crossroads on the river Morava. Thanks to its historical importance, ancient university, cultural and religious tradition it became the true focal point of central Moravia.