Hungary is on the list of leaders in terms of the number of thermal springs - there are about 1300 of them on its territory. This is a country where people go every year for the best health-improving rest. Hungarian resorts are ready to offer guests excellent conditions for an active, interesting and rewarding vacation.
Hungarian balneological clinics provide qualified medical services, and a rich cultural program will not allow you to get bored in your free time from procedures.
Thermal springs are the greatest wealth in Hungary. They vary in size, temperature, and water chemistry, but offer tremendous benefits to the body. Baths, hydropathic establishments, balneological hotels, sanatoriums have been erected next to each mineral spring. A number of diseases are effectively treated here:
Dentistry is very developed in Hungary. There are good doctors here who provide a full range of dental services: from prosthetics to implantation.
Many tourists prefer thermal resorts with developed infrastructure. One of them is Budapest. There are more than 100 mineral springs and many architectural sights here.
The price for a tour to the capital of Hungary is very affordable, so it is always crowded here. The Gellert and Széchenyi bathing girls are especially popular, and the health-improving Kirai and Rudash are known all over the world.
Another visited thermal resort borders Austria. This is Buk, or Bukfurdo, as the locals call it.
The temperature of the water in the local springs is from 56 to 64 degrees, it is enriched with a high level of carbon dioxide, therefore it is very useful for the treatment of the gastrointestinal tract, heart and blood vessels.
On the banks of the Rab River, a small Sarvar is hospitably waiting for travelers. This town is famous for thermal sources with alkaline-hydrocarbonate water, the temperature of which ranges from 43 to 82 degrees.
Rest and treatment in Hungary
Hungary is famous for its thermal springs, therefore it is recognized as a leader in the ranking of countries developing medical tourism. Today, Hungary offers a wide range of medical and health procedures for a number of diseases. The center of medical tourism and travel "Astrum Travel" offers rest and treatment in Hungary at affordable prices in St. Petersburg.
Many who have visited the sanatoriums of Hungary and underwent a health-improving course note the following advantages:
Low prices compared to other European resorts.
The quality of service meets high standards.
Hungary is located in Central Europe in the Carpathian basin. In the north it borders on Slovakia, in the northeast - with Ukraine, in the east - with Romania, in the south - with Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia, in the west - with Austria. The area of the country is 93,030 sq. Km.
The territory of Hungary is mostly flat. The maximum distance from north to south is 268 km, from east to west - 528 km. Half of the country's territory is occupied by the Central Danube Plain: the entire eastern part is Alfeld (Great Lowland), and along the north-western part of the border - Kischalfold (Lowland). The main rivers of the country - Danube and Tisza (their Hungarian sections are 417 and 598 km, respectively) cross the country from north to south. The interfluve of the Danube and the Tisza is also flat, but the region to the west of the Danube is already mountainous (Dunantul), in its center is the largest freshwater lake in Central Europe, Balaton. Near its western end is the largest lake of thermal origin in Europe - Heviz, on which one of the most famous resorts in Hungary is built.
The mountains stretch diagonally from west to east of Hungary: to the west of the Danube lies the mid-Danube mountain range with a height of 400 - 700 m, these are the mountains of Keszthely, Bakony, Vertes, Gereche, Pilis and Visegrad; to the east of the Danube are higher from 500 to 1000 m, north central with the mountains Berzhen, Cherhat, Matra, Bükk, and Zemplen. The highest point of Hungary is Mount Kekes, 1014 m, located in the Matrai massif. In the mountains on the border with Slovakia, there is one of the largest karst caves in Europe, Agtelek, with underground rivers and lakes.
The vegetation cover of Hungary has been significantly modified by humans. The majority of territory prevails cultural vegetation - Pashnya, gardens, vineyards. The forests have been preserved in the mountains and occupy about 20% of the territory (broad-sized forests grow to a height of 800-1000 m, elo-fir-fir) are found above).
Hungary is located in the i time zone - UTS/GMT + 1 hour (Middle Eastern time, lags behind Moscow for 2 hours).
Hungary position surrounded by the mountains led to a continental climate type with soft winter and hot summer. The coldest month is January (average temperature -1 ° C), the hottest - August. Spring can be rather rainy, but long rains are rare. In the summer it is hot weather, thunderstorms are possible. Autumn frequent fogs. Precipitation per year from 450 mm in the east to 900 mm in the mountains. <
Visas are issued: the Hungarian Embassy in Moscow and the Consulate General in St. Petersburg, Yekaterinburg. Details. <
Hungary is located in Central Europe in the Carpathian basin. In the north, it borders with Slovakia, in the northeast - with Ukraine, in the east - with Romania, in the south - with Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia, in the West - with Austria. Country Area - 93030 km.
The territory of Hungary is mainly flat. The maximum distance from north to south is 268 km, from East to West - 528 km. Half the territory of the country occupies the middleunayan plain: the whole eastern part is Alfeld (large lowland), and along the north-western part of the border - Kishalföld (lowland). The main rivers of the country - Danube and Tisa (Hungarian sections of them, respectively, 417 and 598 km) crosses the country from north to south. Miscellaneous Danube and Tisi is also flat, but the region to the west of the Danube is already mountainous (Danantul), in the center it is the largest freshwater lake of Central Europe Balaton. Near his Western tip is the largest lake of thermal origin in Europe - Heviz, on which one of the most famous resorts of Hungary is built.
Mountains stretched diagonally from west to east of Hungary: westing from the Danube stretched the Middle-Radian Mountain Array Higher 400 - 700 m, these are Mount Kestheha, Bakon, Veriteas, Germecha, Pilish and Visegrad; To the east of the Danube higher from 500 to 1000 m, the North Central with the Mountains of the Mountains, the Cherhat, Matra, Bukk, and Zemm. High Point of Hungary - Mount Kekes, 1014 m, is located in the Matri Massier. In the mountains on the border with Slovakia, there is one of the largest karst caves of Europe Agelek with underground rivers and lakes.
Hergarte's floral cover is significantly changed by man. Most of the territory is dominated by cultural vegetation - arable land, orchards, vineyards. Forests are preserved in the mountains and occupy about 20% of the territory (deciduous forests grow up to an altitude of 800-1000 m, spruce-fir forests are found higher up).
Hungary is located in the I time zone - UTS/GMT + 1 hour (Central European time, 2 hours behind Moscow).
Hungary's position surrounded by mountains has resulted in a continental climate with mild winters and hot summers. The coldest month is January (average temperature -1 ° C), the hottest is August. Spring can be quite rainy, but prolonged rains are rare. In summer, the weather is hot, thunderstorms are possible. Fogs are frequent in autumn. Annual precipitation ranges from 450 mm in the east to 900 mm in the mountains.
Visas are issued by the Hungarian Embassy in Moscow and the Consulate General in St. Petersburg, Yekaterinburg. More details.
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Today in Hungary there are about 60 thousand registered mineral springs, 1152 of them are thermal, with a temperature of more than 30 ° C and 1300 healing springs. Most of the healing waters are extracted during oil exploration, and the depth of wells often exceeds 1000 m.
Healing baths on thermal waters are everywhere: in cities and small villages, in the hills of central Transdanubia and in the steppes of Great Alfeld, in ancient castles and caves. The resort of Heviz, perhaps the most famous resort in Hungary, is built on the largest thermal lake in the world and the only one in Europe. There are also unusual spa hospitals in Hungary.
Roman legionnaires knew about the healing properties of the warm lake Heviz. In the 18th century, the famous swimming pool was built on Lake Heviz. Hévízi Tófürdő is a fabulous city on stilts, which, like a crown, covers the lake from all sides. A city where no one lives, but there is everything you need for relaxation and treatment: comfortable changing rooms, massage rooms, indoor pools, grass and artificial beaches, showers, treatment and medical rooms, playgrounds, bars and restaurants.
The underground hospital in the city of Tapolca is the only speleological hospital in Europe, which can be reached from the lobby of the four-star Pelion hotel. In the underground hospital, guests of the hotel who come to Tapolca from all over Europe and the patients of the city hospital, who are paid for by the state health insurance, receive treatment procedures for speleotherapy. A special program for the treatment of bronchial asthma has been developed and introduced into practice by the Professional College of Pulmonologists and Pediatricians of Hungary. The resort town of Tapolca is famous not only for its karst healing caves. The underground lake in the Tavash cave and the underground rivers, along which tourists love to ride boats, are a geological rarity.
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