This spa town is located 8 kilometres north west of Pardubice. The first written record dates from 1264, but according to undocumented accounts, there was already a wooden church here in the 12th century. The spa was founded in 1897. In 1963, Bohdaneč was granted a charter as a spa town, in 1971 as a municipality, and in 1981 it was renamed Lázně Bohdaneč (Bohdaneč Spa). In the 20th century, the noted Czech architect, Josef Gočár, produced a new design for the town that gave it a unique spa atmosphere.
Come and unwind…Bohdaneč Spa is known for its natural healing resources - peat and natural mineral water. Natural healing resources, together with special rehabilitation procedures, are aimed mainly at the treatment of the musculoskeletal system and nervous diseases.
As the only spa in the Czech Republic, we use a special wrapping tub to apply the bog. These are heated water beds that surround the whole body, which ensure a feeling of weightlessness and complete relaxation without getting wet.
Where next?The flat countryside of East Bohemia is very inviting for quiet walks, undemanding cycling tours on the marked trails, or for horse riding. One popular tourist destination is the Bohdaneč Lakes located in the National Nature Reserve. Not only nature, but also the historic centre of the town with its fountains and rich greenery, helps create the spa town’s calm and soothing atmosphere.