Tourist Attractions in Marianske Lazne
The famous Colonnade is one of the most instantly recognisable symbols of Mariánské Lázně.
Ferdinand Spring Colonnade
As you enter the beautiful park in Mariánské Lázně - Úšovice, you will see the Ferdinand Spring Colonnade (Kolonáda Ferdinandova pramene). Like other local colonnades, this one was also built at the instigation of the Abbot of the Teplá Monastery in 1827.
Park Boheminium is an educational and leisure area on the eastern edge of Mariánské Lázně featuring detailed models (1:25 scale) of the most important historical buildings and technical monuments in the Czech Republic.
Hamelika Lookout Tower
This look out tower was named after Hamelika Hill just as the Panorama Lookout Tower was named after the restaurant of the same name.
The Central Park is situated in the heart of the city between Masarykova and Hlavni Streets. Here you’ll find a memorial to the Jewish residents of the city who had to flee or were deported before and during World War II. The memorial was unveiled in 2010 on the anniversary of the so-called "Kristallnacht", when the Nazis destroyed synagogues and Jewish buildings in many towns, including Mariánské Lázně. A sculpture called "Four Seasons" by Z. Šimek also adorns the space.