One of the youngest resorts in the Czech Republic, Marianske Lazne is located in the southwestern part of the Slavkov forest at an altitude of 587-826 meters above sea level. There are about forty mineral springs in the city, despite the fact that there are a hundred of them around the city. These springs have very different healing properties, which is quite surprising given their close proximity to each other. The temperature of the mineral springs ranges from 7 to 10C. At the end of the 20th century, Marianske Lazne became one of the best European resorts, popular among prominent figures and rulers. Among those who came to the spa were In those days, Marianske Lazne was visited by about 000 people annually. After the communist coup d’état in 1948, the city was cut off from most foreign visitors. However, after the return of democracy in 1989, much effort was made to restore the city to its original appearance. Until the expulsion in 1945, most of the population spoke German. Mineral-rich water regulates the functioning of the gastrointestinal tract, kidneys and liver. As a rule, patients are prescribed to take 1-2 liters of water per day, on an empty stomach. Balneotherapy (treatment with mineral waters) is: The most important and cleansing method of balneological treatment is drinking water. The optimal course of drinking treatment is three weeks, ideally it is recommended to repeat every 6 months.