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Top 5 spas in Budapest for Wellness Programs lovers

Budapest is the perfect destination for wellness programs lovers. Take a look at this top 5 thermal baths experiences and immerse yourself in a world of relaxation.

Rudas Bath

This therapy spa, with more than 500 years of history was built in the Turkish period and consists of a central octagonal pool crowned with a large dome, surrounded by other pools of hot and cold water. Since 2014 it has a renewed wellness section and sauna area. Keep in mind that Tuesday is ladies day whilst on weekends both genders are allowed and the remaining days are reserved for men, following the tradition of Turkish baths.

Rudas Baths       Spa Rudas Bath

Széchenyi Bath

The building in which this thermal bath takes place has a great historical and cultural heritage. It is one of the largest thermal bath complexes of Europe, with 21 pools, saunas, gymnastics and aquafitness services. Its water is supplied by two thermal springs and is absolutely a must-do in Budapest, not only as a wellness & health therapy, but also as a cultural visit!

Széchenyi Baths        Széchenyi Thermal Bath

Veli Bej Bath

This wonderful spa is situated next to Margaret Island and is highly recommended for its small capacity and friendly prices. Although it was built in the Ottoman, it was renovated in 2012 with modern fixtures. It is composed of a main Turkish bath, a steam room, leisure showers, jacuzzis at different temperatures. You can also find some good restaurants, coffee and food bars around the area.

Császár-Komjádi Swimming Pool


Mandala Day Spa

If you want to escape from the bustling of city, this spa is the perfect choice to chill out! This luxury spa offers: massages, body wraps and scrubs, bath rituals, couple treatments and a wide variety of beauty services. It was inaugurated in 2003 and it is located in the heart of Budapest. Pamper yourself and enjoy this unique experience!

Mandala Day Spà


Gellert Bath

This is the most well-known thermal bath in Budapest, where several television commercials and Hollywood films have been shot. The spa belongs to the recognized Danubius Hotel Gellert. It has a beautiful main pool surrounded by columns and nine more therapeutic pools including one for children. The spa architecture is stunning and it is also famous for its Art Nouveau style. Gellert Spa is famous for its lovely warm spring water pools, its architecture, its landscape, and also for its spa treatments, and massage therapies at reasonable prices.

Gellert Baths

If you are looking for a relaxing and wellness experience, Budapest, also known as the “City of Baths”, is the place to be.

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Fairy Tale Castles in Europe

We suggest you to travel around Europe and discover its most beautiful castles. These castles seem a part of the best children’s literature tales. They will be able to surprise any passionate and romantic traveler, who is interested in history and architecture.

If you want to experience a dream holiday, do not miss to visit the most magical part of Europe along with these impressive castles that we suggest you below.

France

Château d‘Useé Castle

In the Loire Valley is placed this castle dating from XV century. It is also known as the castle of The Sleeping Beauty as leyend claims that this building inspired Disney to write it famous tale. Nowadays, some of the rooms are set in scenes of the mentioned tale. Its green areas are amazing and were designed by the same architecture who conceived the gardens of the Versailles Palace.

In addition, Chânteau d’Useé caslte holds social events like parties that recreate The Belle Epoque or the night of Halloween.

It is located just two hours away from Paris and it is open to the public from February to November.

Castillo Château d‘Useé
Germany

Neuschwanstein Castle

Germany holds some of the most spectacular castles in Europe, and no doutbt it is placed in the middle of an idyllic scenery surrounded by forests and precipices. You will have the best views of the castle from Marianske bridge.

It was built by order of King Ludwig II of Bavaria as a place of retreat and personal shelter. Despite of being a medieval castle it incorporated several modern facilities like running water, electricity and even a telephone line.

If you are in Munich, you can visit Neuschwanstein in a day as there is a little distance between the city and the castle.

Castillo de Neuschwanstei


Hungary

Vajdahunyad Castle

This was built on the small island of Széchenyi, Budapest. The original castle was built from wood and paper in order to celebrate the thousand years of Hungarian State. This act was well accepted by the population and consequently it was rebuilt from stone and brick

In castle sorroundings you can enjoy many outdoor activities and in the winter months you will find a great ice-skating rink.

During your visit, do not forget to touch the pencil of the statue that you will find in front of the castle, ¡it is believed to bring good luck!

Castillo Vajdahunyad

United Kingdom

Leeds Castle

In South East England, in the Shire of Kent, we find this amazing fortress surrounded by water. In this castle there is no place for boredom; it has an aviary, a curious labyrinth and even a golf course. Depending on the time of the year, you can take a hot air balloon ride to have a breathtaking panoramic view of the castle and surroundings.

This castle also provides accommodation, perfect for corporate events, families and couples.

Castillo de Leeds

Czech Republic

Karlštejn Castle

This medieval jewel was built by order of Charles V. It is located just 45 minutes away from Prague, in the middle of the forest. This castle is an important symbol of the Czech Republic because it keeps The Crown Jewels for more than 200 years.

We also recommend to take a walk around the enchanting town of Karlštejn placed on castle´s foot and recognized by its coloured houses stand out of both sides of the river

Castillo de Karlštejn
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Easter traditions in Europe!

Easter is around the corner! and every country has its own way to celebrate it. Find some of the most popular and unusual traditions among our european destinations and do not miss anything during your Easter themed tour in Europe! 

easter in europe

Easter in Europe, Prague

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