The natural spa Lázně Kynžvart is the most important spa in the Czech Republic due to its treatment of the respiratory tract in children. The environment not affected by problems of civilization is good not only for the treatment but also for complete relaxation of all visitors who like to stay in fresh clean air. For sports-oriented people, the city can offer a lot of tourist trails. The guests can get to know this region on bikes, horses, by carriage, on skis in the winter or simply on foot. Fresh and healthy air along with curative springs are the best and most valuable effects that the city can offer to a human body. And when you are already healthy there are restaurants and pubs ready to serve nice drinks and meals. Since Metternich times, a lot of mixed forests have changed to coniferous forests where you can go hunting, of course being accompanied by the proper guide. You can hunt hare and deer. A unique resort for hunters is the nearby Kladská castle. The state castle undoubtedly dominates the city surroundings. This heirloom of the Metternich family is one of the most visited cultural sights. In 1820-1833, an elder Baroque structure dating back to the late 17th century was rebuilt by the Viennese architect Pietro Nobile for the Austrian Chancellor Clement Wenzel Lothar, Prince of Metternich-Winneburg. Sensitively set into a vast natural landscape park, the castle is a rare example of rural representative residence, built in the style of Vinnese Classicism and French Imperial architecture. Prince Metternich (1773-1859), who served as Austria`s State Chancellor, was a leading figure within the European political scene of the first half of the 19th century. During his life, the Metternich Castle Kynzvart experienced extensive gathering of artworks (collections of coins, medals, porcelain, weapons, as well as the Chancellor`s wellknown library containing unique manuscripts and incunabula).