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The Széchenyi is one of the largest thermal complexes in Europe and one of the first thermal baths of Budapest. They were built between 1909 and 1913 in a Neo-Renaissance style.The water reaches the surface at a temperature around 76°C, and emerges from the second deepest spring of Budapest, a thermal spring some 1,246 meters below the surface.
H-1146 Budapest, XIV. kerület Állatkerti körút 9-11
In 1743, the spa’s first building was made out of wood in Miskolctapolca. Rebuilt for the first time in 1837, then officially recognized as a leisure centre in 1934, its first caves were built in 1959, and progressively extended until 2005 to reach the current configuration, unusual and labyrinthine.
3519 Miskolc, Pazár István sétány 1
Located at 2 km from the junction of the 3 rivers Szamos, Kraszna and Tisza, the Szilva thermal and wellness spa was built just next to the little Kraszna river nearly 10 years ago. 3 indoor and 1 outdoor pools (thermal, entertainment and swimming pool)
4800 Vásárosnamény, Beregszászi út 1/b.
The Dávodi spa and its outdoor park, has proved its popularity for decades among local residents. The thermal waters encourage a feeling of general wellness, and aid in the healing of many symptoms related to rheumatological, respiratory,
6524 Dávod-Püspökpuszta, Béke tér 1.