Hungarian Relaxing Spas
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 22 cities and 62 smaller towns throughout the country - some
are simple thermal baths serving the local community.
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 packages, often
at hotels with their own thermal baths, make this unique and typically Hungarian
experience convenient and affordable.
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, 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.
Héviz is a particularly enchanting spa resort. Bathers can
enjoy the naturally warm 85-90F water of its lake all year round, indoors
or outdoors. While Budapest is the Spa Capital of the world, with more than 30
thermal springs, don't overlook spas such as Bük, Balf, Sárvár, Zalakaros and
Danubius Hotels, one of Europe's most respected hotel and spa
resort chains, has six deluxe and superior first class spa hotels in Budapest
Read our further article about spas:
Spa Itinerary in Budapest and Along Lake Balaton's North Shore