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Konstantinovy Lázně is the smallest and the cosiest spa in the north-west of Czechia. You can find it 35 km northwest of Pilsen in the direction of Karlovy Vary, in a charming, primeval nature, somewhere untouched by civilization the land of forests, hills and castle ruins. The spa town is favourably located in a large local urban forest, flowing into surrounding nature and ideal for those longing for peace and quiet. The first mention of mineral springs in today’s Konstantinovy Lázně dates back to the early 16th century. Though the history of spa started officially here only in 1803 when the first spa building was built near the sulphurous spring.

In 1837 the the spa was bought by Prince Konstantin of Löwenstein, who then left the spa building to the tenants on condition that they would provide the baths to the poor and for a symbolic price for not very rich people. His noble intentions and especially the growing importance of the spa resulted in the fact, that the village, originally called Nová Ves, took Konstantin’s name at the end of the 19th century and was renamed Konstantinovy Lázně. Also the local herbal liqueur, which can be bought at the spa, is named after Konstantin. Today, there are ten spa buildings in Konstantinovy Lázně. The main building and the sulfur spring, used here for treatment, bears the name of a prominent cardiologist prof. MUDr. Bohumil Prusík, an admirer of Konstantinovy Lázně and spa cardiology.


Konstantinovy Lázně focuses on comprehensive diagnostics, prevention and treatment of cardiovascular diseases – including hypertension and coronary heart disease, postmyocardial infarction condition or after operation on blood vessels for varicose veins or thrombosis. The secondary indications include diseases of the musculosceletal system, metabolic disorders and diseases of respiratory system. The treatment plan includes regimen, diet, motoric and medication treatments, balneological and physiotherapy procedures. The main methods of treatment are based on the use of natural healing resources – mineral carbonic water from Prusik Spring, which is used for drinking as well as for carbonated baths with water heated up to 33-34 ° C. It is a source of natural ferrous bicarbonate sodium hydroxide hypotonic acid pumped from a depth of 40 m at a temperature of 9.9 degrees Celsius.

Mineral water in Konstantinovy Lázně has a pleasant taste, it is clear and colorless with a slight hydrogen sulfide odor. Thanks to this medicinal water, Konstantinovy Lázně is number one in the Czech Republic since its chemical analysis shows the highest maximum carbon dioxide content within the Czech Republic, and which is benefitial to the heart, vascular and nervous system, muscles, bones and skin. The charming Konstantinovy Lázně , located in a quiet and ecologically clean environment, hidden in the middle of forests outside the main transport routes, treat not only the diseases of the body but also its beauty heals people’s souls.

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Recommended indications

  • diseases of cardiovascular and circulatory system
  • coronary heart disease
  • postoperative states of the heart, blood vessels and aorta
  • chronic heart failure
  • after thrombosis
  • vascular disease of the lower limbs
  • diseases of the lymphatic system
  • hypertension
  • heart defects (acquired and congenital)
  • postmyocardial infarction condition

Secondary indications for treatment

  • metabolic disorders
  • respiratory diseases
  • diseases of the musculoskeletal system


What disease is inappropriate:

  • all diseases in acute stage
  • oncological diseases
  • infectious diseases, tuberculosis, bacilli carrier state




  • Initial medical examination.
  • Medical check-up.
  • Final medical examination.
  • Laboratory examination of blood and urine. Other examinations are decided by the doctor according to the indications (for an additional fee).
  • Breakdown of drinking cure, dietary breakdown and breakdown of balneological procedures. Procedures are provided during the week, mostly 2-4 per day. Treatment procedures at weekends are provided in different sanatoriums according to a different plan. On Saturday mornings there are procedures in all sanatoriums and on Sundays only in some.
  • Additional treatments that you would like can be purchased additionally. Additional procedures are either over-the-counter or available only after consultation with a physician.

with full board


(full board with treatment)

  • Accommodation in a selected spa hotel
  • Food 3 times a day (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
  • Complete spa treatment
    – Medical examination
    – Drinking cure
    – Breakdown of procedures
    – Laboratory examination
    – Dietary breakdown

with half board


(half board with treatment)

  • Accommodation in a selected spa hotel
  • Food 2 times a day
    – Breakfast and dinner / or / Breakfast and lunch
  • Kompletní lázeňské léčení
    – Medical examination
    – Drinking cure
    – Breakdown of procedures
    – Laboratory examination
    – Dietary breakdown


  • Romantic ruins of Gutštejn
  • The historical town of Ovčí vrch
  • Castle Krasikov
  • Castle Bezdružice
  • Teplá Monastery
  • Museum of Brewery Chodová Planá
  • Place of pilgrimage Šipín
  • City Museum in Stříbro
  • Manětín Castle
  • Museum of the Czech Forest in Tachov
  • Kladruby Monastery
  • Pilsen city
  • Mariánské Lázně town