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Luhačovice, a town with more than 300 years of spa tradition, is situated in the picturesque valley of untouched nature of the protected landscape area of ​​the White Carpathians, in the southeastern Moravia in the Zlín region. These most visited baths of Moravia and the fourth largest spa of the Czech Republic owe their origin and development to the local healing mineral springs. The first mention of the existence of Luhačovice mineral springs dates back to 1669, when their chemical composition and the way of drinking treatment were described. The solid foundations for the development of the spa in Luhačovice were then laid by the noble family of Serényi with their financial contributions to the first spa facilities that were built at the end of the 18th century. However Luhačovice spa acquired its face only at the beginning of the 20th century, when the Spa Luhačovice a.s. was founded in order to build a modern spa and cultural center of Luhačovice. An important architect, Dušan Jurkovič, the author of a number of buildings inspired by the folk architecture of Valašska and Kysuce, who built here in 1902-1903 12 people-Art Nouveau buildings, that gave a unique character to Luhačovice.

A splendid display of his work is today’s spa hotel Jurkovičův dům, Hydrotherapy Institute, Sun Spa and much more. The symbol and the most famous spring that Luhačovice became famous for at home and abroad is undoubtedly Vincentka Spring, bottled in bottles, which is a typical gift and souvenir you can take from a spa stay. Vincent’s bottles sales date back to 1820 and are used for spa purposes even longer. In addition to bottles, it is also sold in nose spray applicators and as a concentrate for cavity spraying. It is added as a controlled salt to lozenges, toothpastes, syrups, moisturizing creams and Vincent’s sprays. The people of Luhačovice are proud for Vincentka, as it is one of the synonym of this spa town.


The main indication of the Luhačovice spa is the respiratory diseases of children and adults. In addition, there are diseases of the digestive tract, diabetes, locomotory system, circulatory system and oncological diseases. As a unique natural medicinal source, Luhačovice mineral springs are used, which are considered to be one of the most effective medicinal waters in Europe for their high mineral content and excellent carbon dioxide emissions. Mineral sources include sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, manganese, copper, strontium, aluminum, iodine, lithium, barium, fluorine, boron, beryllium, silver, nickel, titanium and zinc. A total of seventeen hydrogen carbonate-sodium chlorohydrocarbons and one sulfuric acid are used in the spa, with a temperature between 10-12 ° C. Every hour there is 15,000 liters of these mineral waters. The most famous medicinal springs of Luhačovice include Aloiska, Ottovka, the spring of Dr. Šťastný, St. Joseph and especially Vincentka, which Luhačovice balneotherapy uses for drinking, inhalations and natural mineral baths.

The most famous Vincentka spring of Luhačovice, named after the owner of Count Vincenc Serényi, who helped the flow of the spa, is the basic inhalation medium in most inhalators in the Czech Republic. Spa treatment with mineral springs is combined with state-of-the-art healing and rehabilitation methods provided in balneoprojections of treatment facilities and hotels. The favorable natural and climatic conditions, spa walks and walking tours along marked hiking trails are another irreplaceable healing process that will favorably reflect the resulting effect of spa treatment, which consists in reducing the frequency of acute illnesses and doses of used medication, limiting the complications of the underlying disease and the overall Improving the quality of life.

How do mineral springs from work on internal organs


Diseases of the respiratory tract

  • asthma
  • allergic airway diseases
  • chronic bronchitis
  • voice disorders and harshness
  • postoperative airway conditions
  • conditions after complicated pneumonia
  • bronchiectasis, lower respiratory tract inflammation, and chronic inflammation
  • interstitial lung fibrosis
  • consequences of toxic effects on the upper and lower respiratory tract

Diseases of the digestive tract

  • Crohn’s disease, Colitis ulcerosis
  • gall bladder and biliary tract disease
  • post-gall bladder and biliary tract conditions
  • conditions after acute pancreatitis

Diseases from metabolism disorders

  • diabetes
  • obesity

Diseases of the locomotive system

  • painful tendons of tendons, muscles, tendons, extra-articular rheumatism
  • painful spinal syndromes
  • after and after orthopedic surgery
  • chronic vertebrogenic algic syndrome of functional origin
  • arthrosis in other localizations, arthropathy
  • coxarthrosis, gonarthrosis
  • Bechterew’s disease
  • osteoporosis with complications

Diseases of the circulatory system

  • symptomatic ischemic heart disease
  • hypertension II. to III. degrees
  • diseases of the limbs of the arteries
  • functional disorders of peripheral blood vessels and thrombosis conditions

Oncological diseases

  • oncological cases after discontinuation of treatment

Nervous diseases

  • polyneuropathy with paresis of the arteries of the limbs
  • root syndromes with irritation-wasting syndrome
  • syringomyelia with paresis
  • Parkinson’s disease

Indications for spa treatment of children and adolescents in Luhačovice Spa
Diseases of the respiratory tract

  • recurrent complicated otitis after surgery
  • chronic / recurrent bronchitis
  • conditions after repeated pneumonia
  • bronchiectasis
  • bronchial asthma
  • conditions after airway operations
  • cystic / interstitial fibrosis

Diseases from metabolism disorders and internal secretion glands

  • obesity

Diseases of the skin

  • chronic eczema including atopic
  • induration and conglobal forms of acne
  • scleroderma
  • ichthyosis
  • chronic dermatoses
  • states after burns if there is a risk of shrinkage of the scars

Diseases of the digestive tract

  • stomach disorders, post-operative conditions
  • bowel disease, Crohn’s disease
  • liver disease
  • gall bladder and gall bladder disease
  • chronic pancreatic disease

Oncological diseases

  • malignant tumors


What disease is inappropriate:

  • acute and infectious diseases
  • clinical signs of circulatory failure, malignant arrhythmias
  • often recurrent profuse bleeding of all kinds
  • labile and decompensated diabetes mellitus
  • malignant tumors during and after treatment with clinically detectable signs of disease progression
  • often recurrent profuse bleeding of all kinds
  • cachexia of all kinds
  • conditions after deep thrombosis within 3 months after disease withdrawal, conditions after superficial thrombophlebitis within 6 weeks of disease
  • Epilepsy except for cases in which there has been no seizure in the last 3 years and whose EEG record does not have epileptic grafoelements. If the pathological changes in the EEG record persist, spa care may be proposed only on the basis of a positive opinion from a neurologist who is in a patient’s care setting.
  • active attacks or phases of psychosis and mental disorders with anomalous manifestations or reduced communication, transient states of confusion
  • alcohol addiction, addiction to addictive substances
  • sick, relying on the help of another person in self-service (except for the blind)
  • non-healing skin defects of any origin
  • hypertension at 16 kPa diastolic pressure (-120 mm Hg)
  • urinary incontinence and stools, enuresis nocturnal




  • 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


  • Bata’s Canal
  • Chateau and Zoo Lešná
  • Town Zlín
  • Castle Buchov
  • Chateau Buchlovice
  • Chateau Vizovice
  • Town Rožnov pod Radhoštěm
  • Castle Loket
  • Archbishop’s Chateau and Gardens in Kroměříž