Welcome to our new website introducing the thermal spas of Hungary!
The goal of our website is to help you easily find any thermal and spa service, not only in Budapest, but also within all the regions of Hungary.
This will guide you through your discovery of this natural wealth that Hungary owns, which unfortunately today, is not very well known to the world.
Hungary, country of the spa, has approximately 1,290 natural sources of thermal water, which makes it the biggest concentration of sources in the world.
Click on the map to view the location of the 226 thermal spas of Hungary !
Latest Thermal / Medicinal Spas Certified by our Team :
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) are waiting our guest all year. A water nursery is waiting for the young children in the building. Coming from a depth of 700 meters, and reaching surface at a temperature of 45°C, our alkaline hydrocarbon thermal water contains high amounts of sodium, chloride and sulphate. Its active ingredients are beneficial in the treatment of gastrointestinal, articular and chronic gynecological diseases, and also promote the healing of vascular diseases. The water was qualified as “mineral water” in 2011 and was declared “medicinal water” in 2014. Guest can count also on the availability of a whirlpool, the wet and dry sauna, the steam room and the refreshing, detoxifying effect of the various massages.
4800 Vásárosnamény, Beregszászi út 1/b.
Le Spa Dávodi et son parc extérieur, ont démontré leur popularité depuis des décennies parmi la population locale. L’eau thermale présente, favorise le bien-être, la guérison des maux rhumatologiques, et bien d’autres symptômes liés à certaines maladies respiratoires et gynécologiques. L’histoire de ce bain remonte à 1914 à l’époque des premiers forages qui devaient fournir de l’eau potable à la population. Depuis, la station n’a cessé d’évoluer, jusqu’à une reconstruction complète en 2009, cette dernière rénovation a vu émerger les piscines de divertissement qui sont devenues la partie préférée des usagers locaux en famille. Tout le monde y trouve son compte à tout âge, avec le bassin pour enfant, la piscine à toboggans pour les plus grands, les bassins d’eau médicinale pour les personnes âgées, et la piscine de natation pour les nageurs.
Dávodi Gyógyfurdo Kft. 6524 Dávod-Püspökpuszta, Béke tér 1.
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. This complex is one of the 3 thermal baths of the capital to not miss. There are approximately 15 pools available to you with a standard entrance ticket, and also several steam rooms and saunas. There are three large outdoor pools including one dedicated to swimming. There are also two other large pools, one of these at the very comfortable temperature of 35-37°C, with their two chess boards for games in water. The advantage of Széchenyi, in addition to having an astonishing authentic beauty, is its generous recreational areas and the size of his pools, one of the largest of the country offering a temperature greater than 35°, which allows everyone to be comfortable even in the busiest periods. A metro station is now located just at a few meters from the entrance of the baths. There are two official entrances. Be […]
H-1146 Budapest, XIV. kerület Állatkerti körút 9-11