Msene-lazne, Czech Republic
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member ToRo61
N 50° 21.802 E 014° 07.959
33U E 438309 N 5579391
Quick Description: Water and mineral spa in Msene-lázne
Location: Ústecký kraj, Czechia
Date Posted: 10/26/2012 10:44:26 PM
Waymark Code: WMFJK3
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member small oaks
Views: 37

Long Description:
Mšené Spa is only 40 kilometres from Prague, not far from the city of Roudnice nad Labem in a quiet corner of the Ústí region. All the spa buildings are surrounded by a romantic park and a fishing lake. The most interesting of the pavilions is the art nouveau Dvorana building, designed by the famous architect Jan Letzel and built in 1905. The architect became well-known later in his life especially in Japan. As well as traditional spa treatment, Mšené Spa also offers a wide spectrum of relaxation and wellness programmes, starting with short weekend stays for busy managers and ‘beauty weekends’ for women, up to week-long stays for seniors and those wishing regeneration and relaxation.

The inscription above the entrance to the reception: The water gift from God, the miracles does.
This is primarily a: Mineral Bath

Street Address:
Lázeňská 62
Mšené-lázně, Czech Republic

Walk in/Day use permitted?: yes

Least Expensive Adult Entry Fee: 250 Kč

"Textile free"?: Mixed/Optional

Telephone Number: 042 416 866 007

Web Site: [Web Link]

Opening Hours:
Reception: 06.30 - 19.00 each day

Towels Provided?: Not Listed

Hottest water temperature (specify °C or °F): Not listed

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