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.