爱生活The town of María Spa has beautiful scenery, with covered trees, lawns, and flowers in full bloom, just like a beautiful landscape painting, so it is known as the "Garden in the Czech Garden". Mariánské Lázně is located in the western part of the Czech Republic, close to Germany, and is the second largest spa resort in the Czech Republic after Karlovy Vary. The town is located on the banks of the Tepula River, a tributary of the Vltava River. It was originally a swamp, which was later built as a sanctuary by monasteries. At the beginning of the 19th century, the monastery doctor Joseph Nair discovered that the spring water and mineral mud in the town were very effective, especially for skin diseases. So, with the funding of the monastery, he built trees and houses and built a sanatorium. Many Christians believe that the hot spring here is a gift from the Virgin Mary, so it can be used for healing and drinking, while bathing is a very luxurious thing. In 1808, the town was named after the German "Mariabad", and the spa facilities were continuously added; in 1865, a beautiful spa town was built here, and in the following decades, the entire town expanded It has become a large recuperation base, with tourists coming for sightseeing and many patients staying for treatment.
爱生活Maria Spa Town, this small town with more than 300 hotels for thousands of people has more than 140 hot springs, among which the most famous and oldest hot spring was built in 1889
Cross Hot Springs. Cross Hot Spring is adjacent to the northeastern part of the city garden. The slightly curved Maria yellow hot spring cloister is very distinctive. The Baroque hall, decorated with religious cross domes and a long corridor composed of 72 columns, is a landmark of the town. The semi-permeable corridor is connected by long columns. The open space in the corridor and the transparent glass on the iron frame let the whole hall be flooded with sunlight. When you look up, you can see the colorful murals and the blue sky that occasionally flashes in the clouds. , Very beautiful. There is a large circular musical fountain on the south side of the hot spring corridor. Every half an hour, as the fountain gushes up or down, music will sound; in the sun, the mist of different shapes reflects a beautiful rainbow. Enjoying the fountain show in this tree-lined, tranquil and elegant environment is really pleasing to the eye and beyond words! Not far away is a neoclassical style building, with tall Corinthian and Ionic columns, triangular door lintels, and white overall appearance, noble and solemn. You can find a tap for drinking spring water in the white corridor outside. Rudolf Hot Springs is here. There are two parallel outlets, one with "Rudolph Spring" and the other with "Caroline Spring". It is said that men drink Rudolph Springs and women drink Caroline Springs. There is a monument to General Patton and two life-size bronze statues of Austro-Hungarian Emperor Franz Joseph I and King Edward VII of England in the park. Friends who like history must go and take a look.
梅理熊[View] Located on the main street, near the river. The milky white cloister is exquisite in shape and has hot spring water points. There is a wide step next to it, which is full of tourists at dusk.
[Fun] The hot spring is the theme of Karlovy Vary. It is drinkable. It is rich in minerals that are beneficial to the human body and has a healing and health care effect. Due to the high temperature of hot spring water, hot spring cups suitable for drinking are produced locally.
[Value for money] Free
cparisshThe scenery in the town is simply amazing. We stayed there for two nights and wandered around early in the morning and evening. Especially the scenery along the small river, there are wild mandarin ducks. Moreover, it was raining lightly, which made me feel very peculiar.
爱生活Mill Hot Springs Corridor (Mlýnská kolonáda) is located in Karlovy Vary, a spa city in the Czech Republic. The Mill Hot Springs Corridor is named after the original mill nearby. The Thermal Corridor is one of the traditional landmarks of Karlovy Vary and is known as the most beautiful thermal corridor. The cloister was built in 1881 by Josef Zitek, the designer of the Prague National Theater, and was expanded in 1893 to its present-day Renaissance style. This Neo-Renaissance building has 2 walkways, 132 meters long and 13 meters wide. It is composed of the nave, side corridors and 124 Corinthian long columns. There are 12 classical statues on the columns, representing 12 of the year. In January, the whole architectural style is Baroque, full of royal style. There is a band pool in the cloister, where hot spring bands can play free concerts regularly. Karlovy Vary has 13 main hot springs, 5 of which are on the hot spring promenade. For the convenience of drinking, the town specially designed beautiful and practical hot spring cups with various styles for tourists. Its characteristic is that the drinking ports are all above the cup handles to extend the entrance passage and prevent tourists from being burned. People who drink hot spring water for the first time may not be accustomed to its sulphur smell, it tastes a bit salty in the mouth, and the content of carbon dioxide is high, but here you do not buy a hot spring cup (medium cup / 7 dollars) to taste the famous hot spring Shuihui is a great pity for tourism.
_We***24After entering the garden, a farmer will drive us to see his fruit garden. Here you can see many fruit trees that you can't normally see. After all, it is a tropical area, and there are coconut trees in the garden. The way of picking coconuts here is very special. It is picked by well-trained monkeys. When we first entered the garden, we crossed shoulders with the monkeys before taking pictures.