Czech Health SPA Resort Janske LAzne

Thirty Health Springs – Janske Lazne

One of the buildings that stand out is a neo-Renaissance colon­nade with ArtNouveau elements dating from 1893. Later it was adapted several times and today it is a restaurant. Opposite there are two main bath houses the Bath House and Jansky Courtyard. There are seven more bath hous­es in the area. We can visit two churches. The first can be found at the so-called Upper Promenade. It is the Ro­man Catholic Church of St. John the Baptist. It was built in a neo-Gothic style in 1885 in the place of an original late Gothic shrine from the 16 century. The second is a pseudo Gothic evangelical church from 1873 to 1879. The oldest building in the spa can be found at the so-called Lower Promenade. It is an old house, one of the original 22 buildings erected near the healing spring by an Adolf Schwarzenberg before 1685. There are also many hotels and pensions. Not quite in the centre but close enough there is a children's sanatorium Vesna, one of the largest and most modern in­stitutions of its kind in this country. It was built in 1981 with 270 beds for children and another 37 for mothers that would I ike to stay with their child. Quite an advantage here is the fact that all the facilities are concentrat­ed under one roof.

The therapy and treatment in Janske Lazne focuses mainly on neuromuscular disorders, post traumatic and post operative treatments of a locomotory system, skin problems, and various bronchitis problems in children. The main healing sources are natural thermal spring water. Nevertheless, the climate and clean environment of a mountain region is also quite significant in healing. There are about thirty springs here - thermal, radioac­tive and mineral. The basis of a therapy is On the west outskirts of Janske Lazne there is a stop for a gondola like lift that will take you up to Black Mountain.

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