Do you want to go on a relaxing and relaxing trip? Have you considered staying in one of the most famous spa resorts in Europe? Explore with us today the best 7 resorts in Europe for a unique holiday, and book your next trip!
- Budapest – Széchenyi Baths
Budapest is one of the most popular destinations in Europe when it comes to thermal baths, offering a variety of thermal spas, each of them with its own particularities. In Budapest, you can find 125 thermal water springs with healing properties, making the capital of Hungary also the capital of thermal waters in Europe.
If you’re looking for a place to relax, the Széchenyi Spa is among the most popular spa resorts in Hungary and also the largest resort of this kind in Europe. It consists of at least 15 thermal water pools and 3 outdoor swimming pools.
The Széchenyi Baths were built between 1909 and 1913, and underwent many changes ever since.
- Austria – Aqua Dome Tirol
Aqua Dome Tirol is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places in Europe for tourists looking to relax. Located in the heart of nature, you’ll find here the comfort and quiet you need after a day of skiing. Relax in one of the 12 thermal baths that are up to 30 ° C and enjoy a great view of the Austrian Alps.
We are sure that the experiences you will have here will be unforgettable, and worth every penny spent!
- Iceland – Blue Lagoon
Iceland is famous for its natural wealth, with hundreds of thermal springs offering natural treatments. One of the most famous of these is the Blue Lagoon. Its excellent location, near the airport, makes it a perfect destination for right before you leave back home.
The Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa is one of Iceland’s most sought after attractions. This is mainly thanks to its unique location, as it is only 39 km away from the capital, Reykjavik. The thermal water here is rich in sulfur that can help in treating very difficult skin conditions such as psoriasis.
The Blue Lagoon has all the facilities of a Spa center – sauna, massage, body or facial treatments, restaurant or café, all ingredients for a few hours of relaxation. The water temperature is great, just around 37-39 degrees Celsius.
Pamukkale is another unique thermal water resort, located about 20 km from the city of Denizli. The beauty and uniqueness of this place is that the thermal water here is rich in calcium carbonate. This is how natural thermal water pools were formed. The legend says that Cleopatra herself bathed in these waters in order to preserve her youth.Thermal water treatments are recommended for those suffering from certain conditions such as hypertension, heart disease, skin or rheumatic diseases.
This spa is located 10 km away from the impressive Renaissance town of Pisa. Bagni di Pisa means health, weight loss, relaxation and beauty, all in one place. Since ancient times, the thermal waters of Bagni di Pisa have been characterized by amazing therapeutic properties.
Today the place is a 5-star resort in Tuscany and offers a complete spa experience: from health care to weight loss, from relaxing to beauty treatments and the magical atmosphere of the eighteenth century, including mural ceilings, luxurious furniture, flower gardens and lemon trees.
- Germany – Kaiser Friedrich Therme
Although Berlin and Hamburg are two mandatory destinations when visiting Germany, you can also consider escaping from the well-known cities to some of the country’s spa resorts. Our recommendation today is a visit to the Kaiser-Friedrich-Therme spa resort. It is located in the immediate vicinity of Frankfurt and can be an excellent place to relax, even for just one day.
The Kaiser-Friedrich-Therme was designed as a Roman bath and features an indoor pool, Finnish sauna and Russian steam baths.
- England – Thermae Bath Spa
Thermae Bath Spa is a place that blends past, present and future and offers you a unique spa experience. The World Heritage City of Bath provides you with the opportunity to enjoy and relax in this wonderful thermal water, as did the celts and the Romans for more than 2,000 years.
Thermae Bath Spa is the only natural thermal spa in the UK, located about 180 km from London .