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Thermal baths in Budapest

   Budapest's hot springs are very famous. As early as a travel brochure published in 1907, Budapest's hot springs were described as "the best mineral water hot springs in the world", which is no exaggeration. As early as the Roman period, the hot springs in the northern part of the old Buda have been developed and utilized, and the hot spring baths at that time can still be seen in the ruins of Aquincum. Now there are more than 10 million people who come to Budapest to bathe in hot springs every year. There is no capital in the world that has so many hot springs compared to Budapest. At present, more than 500 springs have been discovered in Hungary, and there are more than 130 in Budapest, and 27 hot springs have been developed and used, of which 13 are medical hot springs.

  Among the many hot spring pools, the King's Pool is the most famous and the most distinctive. The King's Pool was built in 1568. The four copper domes on the outside are very eye-catching, especially the largest one has a crescent shape on it, which shows the Profound ties to Turkey. There are several sizes of pools inside. The most popular is the pool in the center under the dome. The water temperature is just 36 degrees, which is close to human body temperature, making you feel very comfortable.

  Bathing in hot springs is learned. To bathe in hot springs, you must first choose which hot spring to go to according to your own needs. If you go to cure a disease, you must choose a hot spring that suits your disease. The specific bathing process should also start from the warm pool with moderate temperature, then go to the hot pool, then go to the steam bath after the hot pool, and finally jump into the cold water to refresh you, then go to the hot pool, and then you can ask the massage therapist Massage too.

  Hot springs can not only bathe and cure diseases, but some are also good for drinking mineral water. Located at the west end of the Elizabeth Bridge, there is a separate water house with three fountains containing different minerals for people to drink. In the 17th century, some people drank water in the water house. Although there is a fee to go to the water house to drink water, thousands of tourists come here every year. Some residents who live nearby drink only the water here all their lives, and even use the water here to make tea and cook.

  Bathing in hot springs in Budapest is very different from Japan, and most importantly, you don't have to be naked to meet other bathers here. You can wear a bathing suit, listen to the beautiful melody of the waltz, and swim in the spacious indoor and outdoor hot spring baths. Therefore, the hot springs here are like swimming pools. Swimming trunks and bikinis are everywhere.

  Nowadays, for the residents of the capital Budapest, hot springs have become an indispensable part of life. The hot spring bathroom is not only a place for bathing and fitness, but also a good place for old friends to meet and play chess. Budapest has many spacious spa massage baths that can accommodate more than two dozen clients and the same number of masseuses. Here, you can see people of all ages and shapes wearing swimwear, comfortably letting the comfortable hot spring water cover their shoulders, and fully enjoying the gifts of nature.



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