Spa Towns and Lake Resorts in Hungary
Szechenyi Baths, Budapest
Hajdúszoboszló is located in the eastern half of Hungary, some 20km from Debrecen, on the North Great Plain. The city’s greatest attraction is its internationally famous health resort, the medicinal waters of which are particularly recommended for aching joints.
Budapest is well known for its numerous medicinal baths, which constitute one of its main tourist attractions. A number of the medicinal baths built along the bank of the Danube by the Turks - the Király, Rudas, Császár and Rác ...
Its most popular tourist attraction is the “Sóstófürdő” (Salt-Lake Baths) recreation area – located some 4km north of the city; it was declared a health-resort in 1927.
Héviz, close to the western extremity of Lake Balaton, was established to exploit the medicinal powers of the waters of Lake Héviz - these have made this spa one of the most popular tourist destinations in Hungary.
Located on the northern shore of Lake Balaton, Balatonfüred is a popular tourist resort. In 1971it was the first city in Hungary to be declared a Health-and Holiday-City, while in 1987 it became an International Grape and Wine City.
The small town of Bük is located in the western part of Transdanubia, near the Austrian border, about 30 km northeast of Szombathely. Bük’s main attraction is the thermal bath.
Located in the north-western corner of Lake Balaton, Keszthely is a popular spa and university city. Besides its open-air swimming pools and its harbour, it also possesses numerous museums.
The town of Gyula is situated on the southeastern part of the Hungarian Great Plain, an important border-crossing point between Hungary and Romania. The main tourist attractions of the town are the fortress and the Thermal bath.
Budapest Szechenyi Baths and Pool
Rudas Baths Budapest
Gellert Baths Budapest
Kiraly Baths BudapestThermal Bath Budapest