Live it up in Mariánské Láznē – enjoy therapeutic treatments and take advantage of the numerous sports on offer in this elegant resort town. It’s easy to stay active in Mariánské Lázně. You can choose between a variety of sports: from easy hikes or walks to long-distance cycling tours, horseback riding, a pleasant round of golf or cross-country skiing in winter, there’s something for everyone.
Marienbad is committed to health. In addition to a range of healing treatments, the beloved spa town also offers a wide range of sports and leisure activities.
Plan an active itinerary and enjoy a lively spa or health holiday.
This five-kilometre forest path is full of information about Mariánské Lázně history and local geology, as well as mining and forestry in the area. Stop at each of the 23 stations and learn everything there is to know about your holiday destination.
This hiking route spans 5.7 kilometres. It leads from the town centre to the oldest golf course in Bohemia. Along the way, you’ll see Karl’s Cross as well as many memorials while passing Goethe’s bench and the Hamelika Lookout Tower, enclosures for different species of deer, and the Boheminium Park.
Inspired by King Friedrich August II of Saxony, this path leads you from Goethe Square up the Mescéry Lookout Point Hill, past the Millennium Memorial, and to a bench dedicated to Clementso, one of Tepla Monastery’s abbots.
This trail is relatively short, measuring just 1.1 kilometres. You won’t need long to follow in Goethe’s footsteps. Set off from Goethe Square and walk along the Geological Park until you reach the World War I memorial cemetery. Head towards Laska Chapel, and you’ll see the “Goethe and the Muses” statues just a few steps away. Finish your walk by enjoying the Forest Spring healing waters.
This hiking route is slightly longer, at 4.5 kilometres. It starts from Tyršova Street and leads you through Bear Spring Woods, to Balbín Springs and the old cemetery. You can continue on to the Karolina Lookout Point and Forest Spring Park.
These romantic castle ruins from 1876 are 20 metres high and offer a wonderful view into the resort centre.
This used to be the site of an elaborate, wooden pavilion. Today, the lookout point offers a beautiful panorama of the surroundings.
There are also beautiful lookout points outside of Mariánské Láznē, like in Herrnberg. Climb up the 207 steps – you’ll be rewarded with a splendid view of the Emperor’s Forest, Marienbad, Dyleň, Kynžvart Spa, and Přimda.
This neo-Gothic pavilion in the Špičák Mountains with a columned hall was named after Prussia’s King Friedrich Wilhelm IV. From here, you can take in a view of the Tachov Hollow and the ridge of the Český les Forest.
Don’t miss out – ski down the Mariánky slopes at least once. A cable car and two modern ski lifts will bring you back up to the top quickly. Nightly runs are even more enchanting.
90 kilometres of trails across a beautiful landscape, through the forest, and into the neighbouring towns – who can resist that?
The winter stadium is the place for ice skating and hockey fans. Venture out onto the ice and spend a few beautiful hours on skates.
This open-air pool is a leisure oasis where you can rent boats and paddle boats, or play table tennis, badminton, netball, or volleyball.
This natural pond lies about 13 kilometres from Mariánské Lázně, where you can swim, surf, boat, or fish.
This covered facility offers a 25-metre pool, a paddling pool for children, as well as a whirlpool.
Climb into a canoe on the Eger River and paddle away. The upper and middle parts of the river are suitable for canoeing beginners. Canoeing offers a whole different view of Marienbad and the surrounding landscape.
You can cycle 4.5 kilometres to reach Kladská, for example. This trail takes you through the Emperor's Forest and the Smraďoch Nature Reserve to Prameny. At the end of the ride, you’ll reach the Kladská moorland lake. Cycle through the logging roads past Balbín and Bear Springs to return to Marienbad.
Cycle to one of the most beautiful castles in the Mariánské Lázně region. Set off from Forest Spring, and cycle towards Kladská, then take a turn after the Foresters’ Lodge at the King’s Stone towards Kynžvart. A logging path takes you to the castle, which is open to visitors and is more than worth the ride.
If you’re fit enough for a longer bicycle ride, you can also visit the other resort towns that make up the Spa Triangle: Karlsbad and Franzensbad.
Mariánky Bike Park offers three different down-hill slopes. In the summer, you can cycle along the same slopes that skiers race down in the winter.
Spend a pleasant evening or a rainy afternoon at the Dyleň Bowling Club.
Seven outdoor courts, a practice court, and two covered winter halls which are also used for badminton await you near the Forest Spring. You can borrow racquets and balls.
Built in 1922, this speedway track was used for decades for dog races and horse races. In recent years, they’ve been replaced by motorcycle and car racing. If you are a fan of motor sports, ask our hotel staff about what’s on at the speedway.
Rent an all-terrain scooter, take the cable car to the top of Krakonoš, skiing mountain in Mariánské Lázně, then ride back along the marked forest paths. You’re guaranteed to have a lot of fun.
Try your hand at archery. You can rent the equipment and try your mark.
Enjoy Mariánské Láznē natural beauty on horseback. Book a few training sessions or set off on a ride.
Originally a squash studio, Club S now offers Slimbox, TRX, circuit training, Pilates, badminton, and tennis.
Not afraid of heights? Then you might be brave enough to tackle the three different adult rope courses in Forest Spring. If you’d rather leave it to the kids, the park welcomes children three years and up.
The playground at the Prelat Spring has many attractions: a climbing gym, monkey bars, and water playground. Let your kids play freely and enjoy this beautiful area.