Tourist Attractions in Marianske Lazne
Its beauty and serenity made this place a favourite with the Abbot Alfréd Clements of Teplá. A simple wooden bench stood here where the dignitary often used to sit. During his time as Abbot, Mariánské Lázně experienced the largest building boom of its early development (1888–1900).
'Goethe's Retreat' is a sandstone obelisk and two stone resting places on the side of Hamelika Hill. Goethe used to sit here on a bench, sometimes with Ulrika von Levetzow, or alone, spending many hours in contemplation here. The obelisk was built in August 1848 to recall Goethe's three sojourns in Mariánské Lázně between 1821 and 1823.
The director of the local theatre Julius Laska had this chapel built in 1909 in memory of his mother. It is a small, pretty, neo-Gothic building set against a forest backdrop.