- Greater Budapest
- Debrecen and surroundings
- Tokaj and Nyíregyháza
- Pécs region
- Sopron region
- Bük and Sárvár
- Eger region
- Győr and Pannonhalma
- Szeged region
- Gyula region
There are plenty of baths and spas both in Budapest and all over the country, for anyone who wants to heal and relax. Széchenyi Thermal Bath is one of the largest bath complexes in Europe. Many Turkish style bath are in Budapest from the times of the Ottoman rule. Hévíz Lake Bath is the largest warm water lake with medicinal water in Europe. The cave bath in Miskolctapolca is simply an indoor pool created by nature.
Indulge yourself in north-east Hungary’s nature-carved cave bath. Miskolctapolca is a resort with a special microclimate in the southern part of Miskolc, offering a chance to recharge your batteries, with a boating lake and healing thermal water welling up from the depths of the mountain.
Whether in summer or winter, rain or shine, we have a great programme to recommend. Visit one of Europe’s largest bath complexes, the enormous Széchenyi Thermal Bath in City Park, to combine treatment and relaxation: enjoy the heavenly environment while the gentle healing water revitalises your body.
Gellért Bath is one of the best examples of Budapest’s lively 19th century bathing culture. The Art Nouveau building and hotel at the Buda end of Liberty Bridge were built in 1911, providing an insight into bath life and early 20th century architecture.
Do you crave some refreshing, revitalising or relaxing bathing? Do you feel your joints would benefit from some natural medicinal therapy? Do you also want to throw in a beautiful environment, a magical turquoise lake, with multi-coloured water-lilies and green trees? Then go to Hévíz!
Hungary is rich in spas, with several outstanding baths among them. One of these is the Gyula Castle Spa & AquaPalace, which offers an exquisite sauna park and an eco-friendly family spa experience.
Hajdúszoboszló is the third most popular holiday resort of Hungary after Budapest and Hévíz. At this municipality of the Great Hungarian Plain, famous for its 73- degree hot thermal water rich in iodine, bromine and sodium chloride, visitors are awaited by an Aquapark and Aqua-Palace at Europe’s largest spa, thermal bath and beach complex.
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