Every once in a while, we all need that right vacation where our mind and body will thank us. In order to escape from everyday life and obligations, at least for a short time, decide to visit wellness and spas that will provide you with the peace and regeneration you need.
The most beautiful spas in Europe offer soothing baths and massages, saunas and treatments, as well as many outdoor activities. This is what you need.
1. Tyrol – Aqua Dome Längenfeld
Located in Tyrol, Austria, it is an ideal place for a weekend vacation and relaxation, combining the charm of the Alpine mountains and modern architecture. It stands out in its own way the futuristic world of saunas and pools. Here you will find peace in 12 indoor and outdoor pools with water heated from 34 to 36 degrees. In addition, for the more daring, there are outdoor thermal baths and three outdoor "floating" pools, including a lighted, glass cone that offers views of the entire mountain panorama.
5% salt content in the water, soft underwater music and light effects will make your bath completely relaxing. It is available for advanced swimmers also a 25-meter sports pool with neutral water. There are also pools with massages and the spa and sauna are open every Friday until midnight, yes provide a romantic bathing experience.
2. Italy – Terme Hotel Bagni Vecchi
Italy is one of the countries that attracts tourists from all over the world with its beauty, nature, gastronomy and history. If you are looking for an interesting trip, there is no better option than Italy. This time we highlight the alpine city of Bormio, where the springs of thermal water are located. If you decide to rest here, then Terme Hotel Bagni Vecchi is the right destination for you.
The resort includes nine thermal water springs, besides its medicinal properties, it also attracts with its view.
3. Budapest – Széchenyi Thermal Baths
As one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, Budapest is always on our list of destinations to which we are always happy to return. Because it is full of interesting museums, sights and architecture that make it a truly special European city, it attracts a large number of tourists throughout the year. Rich history combined with a lot of interesting content and gastronomic offers make this city an ideal location for all those looking for a break, as well as a relaxing walk where you will discover many interesting things.
Once you visit it, you will be happy to come back. If you thought Budapest couldn't surprise you, you were wrong. It is also a city wellness, and in this capital of Hungary you can relax in the largest European spas - Széchenyi Thermal Baths.
It is located in a neo-baroque building from 1913 in the city park Széchenyi Spa, the most popular thermal baths in Budapest, offering many healing treatments and massages, as well as swimming pools and saunas. There are 15 indoor and 3 outdoor swimming pools and 10 saunas at your disposal.
Bathing in warm water in open pools is a special experience on dreary winter days. Water temperatures usually range from 30 to 40 degrees. In addition to resting and relaxing in these spas during the day, during the summer months parties are held here by the outdoor pools.