By Sarah Todd
21 November 2020
Acknowledging the significant role that spas and wellness resorts play in its economy, the Czech government has announced a package worth more than €37 million [£34 million] to help attract spa guests back to the country and stimulate its historic health tourism industry.
Originally aimed specifically at Czech residents, discounts of €152 are also now available to UK residents booking a ‘curative, preventative stay’ of at least six nights and five cures that take place in a Czech spa facility by the end of 2020.
Many of the facilities included in the scheme are within the West Bohemian Spa Triangle, home to one of the world’s largest concentration of curative water springs.