More spas have opened in Hungary last weekend. Check out the new updates of these must-visit wellness centres so you won’t miss out on the big promotions.
Newly opened baths
There are plenty of things to look forward to if you are a fan of Hungarian spas. On 13 May, the Tófürdő in Nyíregyháza-Sóstógyógyfürdő opened its doors. In addition, the Park Baths will also await visitors from 9 June.
The oval spa pool of the Berekfürdő Spa has been closed to guests for a long time, but this popular outdoor pool is accessible again for tourists and relaxation-seekers from 13 May. Berekfürdő also has a wide range of recreational and swimming pools, which are back in operation, napi.hu reports.
Another great news is that tickets will turn out to be cheaper this year. Until the end of May, pre-season ticket prices are valid. Adult day tickets cost HUF 2,800 (EUR 7,56), while student and pensioner tickets are available for HUF 2,300 (EUR 6,21). You can take advantage of the discounted tickets until 1 June, after which there will be a wee price increase, but the pool offer will be extended.
Nyíregyháza also awaits spa-goers
The Tófürdő in Nyíregyháza-Sóstógyógyfürdő will also open this weekend. The season doesn’t seem to kick off with an ideal beach weather, so the 34-36°C thermal pool is likely to be more popular among visitors.
“The green areas have been renewed, in addition to the numerous perennial plants, we have planted 300 dozen annual flowers. We have tidied up the walkways and the pools, and the slides are in working condition. Thus, guests will be welcomed by the familiar, pleasant atmosphere of the Lake Baths, which will have a thermal pool and a warm water children’s pool in addition to the water surface of the lake,” the spa said in a statement.
The Park Baths in Nyíregyháza-Sóstógyógyfürdő will open on 9 June. Unfortunately, the Júliua Spa in Nyíregyháza will remain closed this year. However, the Rózsa Spa in Tótkomlós opened on 13 May after a month-long maintenance break.
The indoor section of the spa and the saunas can still be enjoyed only on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, says termalonline.hu.