Trencianske Teplice Spa is one of the oldest and most visited spas in Slovakia. They are distinguished by their romantic location and natural sulphurous thermal water.

Trenčianske Teplice Spa is one of the oldest and most visited spas in Slovakia. They are distinguished by their romantic location and natural sulphurous thermal water.

The first mention of hot springs dates back to 1247. In the 13th to 16th centuries, Trenčianske Teplice and the springs belonged to the rulers.

Many people wonder where such a magnificent building built in the Moorish style came from in the centre of the Slovak town. The building was built at the request of the then owner of the spa as a copy of the summer residence of the Egyptian King Ismail. Its interior is reminiscent of the fairy tale Thousand and One Nights.

LOCATION

Trenčianske Teplice is situated in the bosom of the Strážov Hills, in a narrow valley through which the Teplička stream flows and is flanked on two sides by the mountain backs of Grófovec and Klepáč.

Historical old buildings, churches, spa houses and hotels can be found on every corner.

The social and cultural life was oriented to the premises of the Spa Hall, called Kursalon, where various events, balls, weddings, film festivals are still held today.

The town is only 14 km away from Trenčín.

SERVICES

The spa specializes in the treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal diseases, post-operative and post-traumatic treatment. Occupational diseases, chronic rheumatic diseases, gynaecological problems, skin diseases including psoriasis are also treated here.

In addition to the classic medical stays covered by the insurance company, relaxation stays, weekend stays, senior stays and corporate stays are also on offer.

Customers can choose from a wide range of hotels in different price categories. In some hotels, spa treatments are right there under one roof.

SERVICES

The spa offers more than 80 types of different treatments. For their treatment, they use thermal baths and balneotherapy as a priority.

Balneotherapy – the use of thermal springs with almost identical composition but different temperatures – which ensures that the water does not need to be cooled or heated, thus not leaking the precious healing element hydrogen sulphide or sulphate.

Thermal healing springs are analgesic, relieve muscle tension, improve blood circulation in the tissues, thus contributing to the improvement of mobility of problematic areas. They contribute to the improvement of physical and mental condition.

The duration of the bath is about 20 min. + 20 min. relaxation wrap after the bath

Water temperature in the individual thermal pools:

Sina pool – average temperature 39°C

Pool PI – average temperature 37,5° C

Pool PII – average temperature 37° C

Pool PIII – average temperature 35,5 ° C

Pool Crimea – average temperature 37,4 ° C

In addition to the thermal water, a number of rehabilitation procedures and physiotherapy as well as drinking cures, peat wraps and many others are also used.

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