Spas in Hungary

Thermal baths & healing waters of Hungary
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Rudas Thermal Bath, Budapest. The building dates from the 16th century, when the occupying Turks were constructing bathing facilities to make the most of the city's 80 geothermal springs. The Ottoman influence can still be seen in the octagonal pool, covered by a huge dome and supported by eight pillars, and the six steam pools.

Rudas Thermal Bath, Budapest. The building dates from the 16th century, when the occupying Turks were constructing bathing facilities to make the most of the city's 80 geothermal springs. The Ottoman influence can still be seen in the octagonal pool, covered by a huge dome and supported by eight pillars, and the six steam pools.

travelyesplease.com | Budapest, City of Spas- Reviews and Tips for Visiting (Blog Post) | Gellért Spa, Budapest

travelyesplease.com | Budapest, City of Spas- Reviews and Tips for Visiting (Blog Post) | Gellért Spa, Budapest

The indoor section at the Saliris thermal baths, Egerszalók, Hungary.

The indoor section at the Saliris thermal baths, Egerszalók, Hungary.

The Rudas Baths in Budapest, Hungary | The Rudas Gyógyfürdő (geothermal spa) complex has one of Budapest's oldest Turkish baths built in the 16th-century under Ottoman rule. The spa has a network of stunning mineral pools and wellness facilities and is worth spending a day on any trip to Budapest.

Soaking in the Thermal Baths of Budapest, Hungary

The Rudas Baths in Budapest, Hungary | The Rudas Gyógyfürdő (geothermal spa) complex has one of Budapest's oldest Turkish baths built in the 16th-century under Ottoman rule. The spa has a network of stunning mineral pools and wellness facilities and is worth spending a day on any trip to Budapest.

"Opposite the circus in City Park is the mustard-yellow, neo-Baroque edifice housing Europe’s largest spa: Széchenyi Baths. It’s cheaper than the Gellért Baths, & is generally regarded as being friendlier in atmosphere." Hungary: the Bradt Guide; www.bradtguides.com

"Opposite the circus in City Park is the mustard-yellow, neo-Baroque edifice housing Europe’s largest spa: Széchenyi Baths. It’s cheaper than the Gellért Baths, & is generally regarded as being friendlier in atmosphere." Hungary: the Bradt Guide; www.bradtguides.com

Rudas Thermal Bath Budapest #spa #omorovicza

Rudas Thermal Bath Budapest #spa #omorovicza

Gellért Bath, a thermal bath in Budapest, Hungary:

Gellért Bath, a thermal bath in Budapest, Hungary:

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Budapest | Hungary

Thermal baths inside a cave - Miskolc Tapolca, Hungary.

Thermal baths inside a cave - Miskolc Tapolca, Hungary.

Rudas Thermal Bath Budapest

Rudas Thermal Bath Budapest

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