The town of Třeboň, which originated in the 12th century, is situated on the hilly landscape of South Bohemia. The well-preserved historic town center became a conservation area.
The spa, the Renaissance chateau with attached parks and the large artificial lake, Svět, create an attractive complex with unique diversity. Deep forests and a number of colorful artificial lakes add up to a beautiful landscape. The whole region is a protected area and a biosphere reserve of UNESCO. The landscape has been cultivated for centuries from the original swamps and peat bogs. The Třeboň area is also the traditional area for fish farming, mainly the famous Třeboň carps.
Stays at the Třeboň spas are ideal for both patients with serious diseases and those who are seeking to regain strength. Quality natural peat and modern treatment procedures are suitable for the treatment and reconditioning of the motor system.
Swimming pools, gymnasiums, fitness facilities, solariums, tennis courts, horseback riding, fishing, water sports, cyclist routes and sports equipment, mountain bike and boat rentals. Observation sailing is possible on the Svět and Hejtman lakes.
“Okolo Třeboně,” Zpátky do Třeboně”, “Léto v Třeboni” (summer festivals)
Třeboň Cultural Summer (music, theater, art exhibitions – June-September) - more on www.okolotrebone.cz
Nearby places to see
Český Krumlov – the most significant site (UNESCO)
Jindřichův Hradec – town conservation area, chateau, the biggest folk Bethlehem in the Czech Republic
Hluboká nad Vltavou – a neo-Gothic chateau with extensive art collections
Červená Lhota – a charming water chateau
Novohradské Hory – Terčino údolí (a picturesque park with an artificial waterfall)
České Velenice/Gmünd – Czech-Austrian twin towns – historic railway
The railway connection by express train via Praha (Prague) – Veselí nad Lužnicí – Gmünd n.Ö.
Frequent bus connections from across the whole country.