We begin with 3 nights in the “Hungarian Lake District”. Since Roman times, visitors have flocked to this area for both its healing waters and wine culture. Lake Balaton, Europe’s largest lake, is in the centre of one of Hungary’s finest wine regions. The views of the wine estates that dot the hills surrounding the lake are stunning. Lake Heviz is one of the world’s largest natural medicinal lakes, with curative thermal waters rich with unique flora and fauna. We will stay in the spa town of Heviz at the centrally located Ensana Thermal Heviz Health Spa Hotel.
“The Pearl of the Danube”, Budapest, is one of Europe’s most beautiful cities. Known as “the City of Baths” it is the world’s most exquisite spa resort, home to many therapeutic baths fed by mineral-rich thermal springs. There are 7 original Turkish spas still in operation today. We will enjoy 11 nights at the Ensana Thermal Margitsziget Health Spa Hotel, located on Margit Island on the banks of the Danube – a tranquil natural oasis with many walking trails, but also close to the city centre. Our hotel offers treatments in its “state of the art” spa facility, using the healing thermal waters derived from the natural springs deep within Margit Island. The waters contain calcium, sulphur, magnesium and potassium which provide not only a soothing effect but also prove helpful for joint and muscle disorders, rheumatism and more. Be sure to experience the “Heviz Mud Pack” or the “Tokaj Wine Therapy” induced into facial and massage treatments!
Your choice between 3 Medical and Wellness therapy packages, including initial doctor’s check-up and consultation prior to treatment. All packages use the holistic healing power of thermal waters to regenerate the body (muscle tension, joint pain etc.).
* 1. Cure Holiday – 12 classical cure treatments
* 2. Margit Island Balneotherapy - 6 classical cure treatments and 3 Wellness Treatments.
* 3. Relax and Beauty (up to 3 treatments) and up to 3 Wellness Treatments.
* Details of treatment inclusions are available on request.
* Those joining any of our tours to Europe must be able to walk fairly long distances and climb stairs easily.