Posted by Thermalhungary - 2022 april. 10
I invite you to compare below the total area covered by the purportedly biggest thermal spa in the world, the German Therme Erding, with the two biggest Hungarian ones; I have produced measurements for all three in order to provide a precise answer...
Posted by Thermalhungary - 2021 aug. 03
In order to understand why Hungary is home to such renowned swimmers, immersing in the Magyar culture and in particular the importance of its thermal, curative and sporting culture is necessary. Indeed, your visit to the capital, Budapest, will inevitably take you to Margaret Island and thus to the Alfréd Hajós pool. The pool is a real institution and its name alone symbolises...
Posted by Thermalhungary - 2021 May 30th
Among the advantages of spa tourism in Romania are its long tradition therapeutic potential, which has been documented for nearly 2,000 years and is well-known and appreciated both in Romania and abroad. They have the confirmed and certified value of having natural healing factors, a rich infrastructure for treatment, diverse wellness facilities,...
Posted by Thermalhungary - 2020 Nov. 4th
The Hungarian National Centre for Public Health has issued information on the processes of filling, filtering and draining water to control the presence of coronavirus. To reassure visitors to thermal baths and spa resorts, the amount of chlorine used to disinfect the water in the pools is sufficient to...
Posted by Thermalhungary - 2020 Sept. 12th
Thermal water (sometimes known as thermal spring water) is water from an underground spring that contains many minerals and trace elements. Thermal water has these properties because of the long journey that rainwater takes through rocky mountains up to a thousand metres in depth before resurfacing.
Posted by Thermalhungary - 2019 Dec. 11th
Even if this is your first visit to the Hungarian capital, surely you must have heard about its famous thermal baths. Say, however, you only have three days ahead of you. No need to panic! I have myself visited almost all of the capital’s baths, some of them several times, so allow me to help you make the best of your stay by being your guide.
Posted by Thermalhungary - 2019 Sept. 21st
Budapest is often called the capital of thermal baths. While it is true that the city has a dozen spas and impressive thermal parks, you may not be aware that spas can be found in abundance in all regions of the country and that there are more than 200 across Hungary in its entirety.
Posted by Thermalhungary - 2019 Sept. 5th
Debrecen: Hungary's second largest city, will soon be the site of an insanely exciting new spa park spearheading the attractiveness of the region. Located 230 km from Budapest, the new park will stretch into the northern suburbs of the city. The urban area is already the host to the main concentration of thermal baths in the city and now the entire area is undergoing a major renovation.