Treat Yourself With These Remarkable-Looking Hungarian Spas

The beauty and the health properties of Hungarian spas are known worldwide. With over 1,000 hot springs running beneath its surface, this county is the European capital of thermal baths. If you are a true wellness addict, you should put these baths onto your bucket list.

Gellért Spa and Bath, Budapest

This iconic, luxurious looking bath was built between 1912 and 1918 in Art Noveau style. Decorated with mosaics, stained glass windows and sculpted pillars it includes thermal baths, small polls containing water from the Gellért hills mineral hot springs. Saunas and plunge pools, open-air swimming pool and a sun terrace can also be found there.

Széchenyi Thermal Baths, Budapest

With 15 indoor and 3 outdoor pool, this expensive spa is one of Europe’s largest medicine spas. Located in Budapest’s City Park, this thermal bath is great for treating joint diseases, arthritis and orthopedic problems. It includes a Beer Spa as well.

Miskolctapolca Cave Baths, Miskolc

It is one of the most amazing baths you will ever see. Set in a natural cave, The Miskolctapolca Cave Bath was opened in 1959, however, the first thermal water in the city first came prominence during the Ottoman occupation of Hungary. It offers thermal waters with temperatures around 30 Celsius.

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