About spa culture of Hungary

If you are looking for a rich cultural experience with medical, health or wellness treatments, then Hungary is the place that suits you best. The ancient Romans had a very developed bath culture in Hungary more than 2000 years ago. They highly valued the healing effects of Hungarian thermal waters. In the 16th century, the Turks built beautiful Turkish Baths which are still in use today.
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Explore the regions of Hungary

Egerszalók

This small spa-village just six kilometers west of the city of Eger. It is situated in a valley between the Bükk and Mátra hills, making it a picturesque place to visit.

Miskolctapolca

You don't have to be related to bats to enjoy being in a cave. All that's required of you is to take a trip further north-east through the forests of the Bükk Hills and head to Miskolctapolca.

Gyula

In the southeast corner of Hungary, there's a lovely little town, with a first class spa complex, where you can soak, splash, and heal.

Zalakaros, the town of flowers and healing

The setting for the baths of Zalakaros is idyllic; far from the hustle and bustle of the capital, in the southwest of Hungary near the tip of Lake Balaton.

Szeged

The great neo-Renaissance building of Anna Bath in sunny Szeged in the south was built at the end of the 19th century. It has been one of the important healing centres of the city ever since.
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