Teplice is a small spa town in the north of the Czech Republic, famous for its hot springs and healing waters.

The town is a popular destination for Czechs and foreigners alike, and the streets are full of tourists in the summer months. There are a few interesting sights in Teplice, including the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, the neo-Gothic Town Hall, and the ruins of the old castle, but the main attraction is the natural hot springs. Visitors can bathe in the springs, or drink the water, which is said to have healing properties. There are also a few parks and gardens in the town, and the surrounding countryside is beautiful. Teplice is a quiet town, and is a good place to relax and escape the hustle and bustle of city life.

Average temperatures during the day in Teplice.

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