and spa therapies in Hungary
Whether you just want to relax or you're
looking for a gentle cure for a specific ailment, a spa with natural spring
thermal water is a perfect vacation choice.
With little exaggeration,
you could say that all you need to do is push a stick into the ground anywhere
in Hungary and up would come thermal water, most likely with some kind of curative
properties. The geological features of the Carpathian Basin are such that the
earth's crust is very thin, so waters rise easily to the surface. Hungary is a
land of more than 1,000 hot springs and enough spa facilities to accommodate 300,000
people at the same time! These spas are located in big cities and smaller towns
throughout the country. Some are simple thermal baths serving the local community.
Thermal waters from different springs vary in terms of the ailments they
benefit. Upon request, an individualized therapy plan will be developed, including
relaxation therapy, body massage and mud packs. Then passive or active exercise
is introduced. Nutrition is discussed and a customized dietary plan can be requested.
After just one week, you should notice positive results. For maximum results,
a three-week stay is recommended.
Heviz is a particularly enchanting
spa resort. Bathers can enjoy the naturally warm 85-90 F water of its lake all
year round, indoors or outdoors.
For visitors, a spa vacation in Hungary means
the opportunity to experience a fascinating aspect of Central European social
life, make contact with friendly people and relieve modern-day stress. Spa vacation
and wellness packages, often at hotels with their own thermal baths, make this
unique and typically Hungarian experience convenient and affordable.
Hotels, one of Europe's most respected hotel and spa resort chains, has
four-star spa hotels in Budapest and six hotels in the country-side alone.
detailed, additional information about Danubius Hotels click
Budapest is the Spa Capital of the world, with almost 100 thermal
springs and 12 medicinal baths within its boundaries, where 19 million gallons
of thermal water rise to the surface each day, don't overlook spas such as Buk,
Balf, Sarvar, Zalakaros, Hajduszoboszlo, Debrecen and Gyula.