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Budapest

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    Budapest is considered one of the richest for its thermal waters and healing of cities in the world. Some of the hot springs on the Buda side of the city has been used by the Celts and Romans yet. The name Aquincum, which means "rich water", also applies to the sources. Archaeological sources supporting the work of 14 baths.

     

    Budapest warm waters, in their origin, are karst. Thanks to special geological conditions, thermal water, rising from the deeper layers of the earth, are mixed with the karst waters.

    On the territory of Budapest, at the spurs of the Buda Hills, the Danube along parallel fault lines on the surface there are thermal springs, which have a different composition and temperature of the water. Sources beating at the foot of the Rozhadomb hill, supplying thermal baths "Lukacs" and "Király", sources of Gellert Hill are supplying the "Rudas" and "Gellert" baths.

     

    The capital of Hungary has famous healing waters. Under Budapest, there is literally the lapping thermal sea. There are more than a hundred thermal springs hit from the city's grounds, rich in salts and minerals beneficial to human health.

     

    Margaret Island is a 1.6 miles long island in the middle of the Danube river, in central Budapest, Hungary. The island is mostly covered by landscaped parks, and is a popular recreational area. Its medieval ruins are the reminders of its importance in the Middle Ages as a religious center. The island spans the area between the Margaret Bridge (south) and the Árpád Bridge (north). Before the 14th century, the island was called Insula leporum (Island of Rabbits). Today's appearance has been developed through the connection of three separate islands, the Festő (Painter), the Fürdő (Bath) and the Nyulak (Rabbits), during the end of the 19th century, to control the flow of the Danube river. Originally, the island was located at 102.5 meters above sea level, but now it has been built up to 104.85 meters above sea level to control possible flooding.

     

    The thermal water on Margaret Island, known for its healing powers, was first brought to the surface in 1886. The 70°C/170°F warm, mineral rich, the natural water comes from the Sigmund spring (Zsigmond forrás) that rises from the deep beneath the island. The water, rich in sodium, calcium, magnesium, iron, hydro-carbonate and sulfate exerts its healing effects both, as the thermal water in the spa's pools & baths and as drinking water.

     

     

    A Green Gem of Budapest.

     

    In late spring, the green meadow of the Margaret Island provides a peaceful hideaway from hectic Budapest downtown with large green areas, flowery gardens, old trees, and lots of entertainment. The island’s attractions include:

     

    - Romantic walkways,

    - Medieval ruins, a small zoo,

    - Rose garden

    - Two musical fountains,

    - Historic water tower,

    - Swimming pools,

    - Water park,

    - Playgrounds,

    - Open air theatre and cinema, and some great clubs.

 

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Hajdubosozlu

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    The waters of Hajduszoboszlo contain:

    Hydrocarbon alkaline water differs with the high content of salt, sodium bicarbonate, iodine, bromine, fluorine, iron, manganese and over 20 minerals, including bitumen, which together with iodine gives the water a dark brown color. With the medium average water temperature is 75-78 C°, it also contains estrogen.

     

    Hajduszoboszlo climate:

    There is a very favorable microclimate - with the large number of sunny days, the air is saturated with iodine and the winter temperature rarely drops below zero.

     

    The waters of Hajduszoboszlo are indicated for the treatment of the following diseases:

    • Chronic joint inflammation (polyarthritis chr. sec.)
    • Degenerative joint problems (arthrosis)
    • Different acute inflammatory degenerative problems of spine (spondylosis M. Bechterew; chondrosis)
    • Chronic problems, inflammations of the nervous system (neuralgia; neuritis)
    • Rehabilitation from Heine - Medin desease; cerebral haemorrhage, brain operation or follow - up treatment from any paralyses.
    • Acute muscle pains (myalgia)
    • Rehabilitation from general and sport injuries
    • Stimulates appearance of callus in case of bonebreaks and difficult recovery
    • Certain locomotor disorders
    • Chronic gynaecological problems
    • Infertility
    • Acute skin problems

     

    Treatment contraindications:

    • Acute inflammatory deseases
    • Any forms of cancer or fargone malignant tumor
    • Serious raise of blood pressure
    • Tubercolosis deseases
    • Serious illness of central nervous system
    • Pregnancy

     

     

    Treatments:

    The effectiveness of Hajduszoboszlo thermal waters treatment reaches up to 90% during the 2-week course

     

    Mechanical treatments:

    • Physiotherapy
    • Massage
    • UH

     

    Thermotherapy:

    • Hydrotherapy
    • Infrared therapy
    • High-frequency
    • Electrotherapy
    • Mud therapy
    • Cryotherapy

     

    Phototherapy:

    • Heliotherapy
    • UV therapy

     

    Electrotherapy:

    • Low-frequency electrotherapy
    • Midrange electrotherapy
    • High-frequency electrotherapy

     

    Balneotherapy:

    Thermal baths

     

    Climatetherapeutics

     

    Inhalation /aerosol therapy/

     

     

    It takes only 2 hours to get to Hajduszoboszlo by car from Franz Liszt Budapest Airport.

     

     

    Excursions from Hajduszoboszlo

    • Tokaj - Nyiregyhaza
    • Nyiregyhaza - zoo
    • Eger
    • Debrecen
    • Kosice
    • Kosice
    • Miskolctapolca
    • Budapest
    • Vienna
    • Hortobagy
    • M3 Outlet
    • Dinner with the folk show

     

 

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Hévíz

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    Hévíz is a city considered to be the most visited and well-known Hungarian resort. The town is situated in the picturesque valley of the south-western shore of Lake Balaton, 6 km from the town of Keszthely, 180 km from Budapest. Lake Heviz is the world's largest natural hot-healing lake. Its area is 47,500 square meters, the depth of 38 m. The surroundings of Hévíz are full of attractions and natural beauty. The temperature of the lake 33-34 degrees in the summer, in the winter does not fall below 23-24 degrees, which makes it possible to swim all year round. Another feature of the lake is that its bottom is covered with the multi-meter layer of therapeutic mud, mainly of vegetable origin and rich in minerals. The mud has good hydrophilic and heat capacity. Weakly radioactive water of the lake contains calcium salts, alkaline salts, and hydrogen. Medicinal water and medicinal mud, originating from the ancient Pannonian Sea, in conjunction with physical therapy, contribute to the treatment of almost all diseases of the musculoskeletal system and rheumatic diseases.

     

    Physiotherapy services:

    Massage, mud packs, therapeutic exercises, bath with weights, medicinal baths, underwater remedial gymnastics, carbonic baths, electrotherapy, galvanic baths, electro-baths, hot tubs.

     

    Medical services:

    Rheumatology, dermatology, gynecology, urology, internal medicine, neurology, ophthalmology, otorhinolaryngology, dentistry, orthopedics, psychiatry.

     

    Indications:

    • Degenerative and sclerotic bone disease
    • Diseases of the musculoskeletal system
    • Rheumatic diseases
    • Inflammatory processes in joints and spine
    • Rheumatism, connective tissue
    • Secondary diseases of the joints
    • Fractures, trauma, pre- and post-operational state
    • Disorders of chronic, peripheral character associated with the nervous system due to Mechanical causes
    • Therapy before and after operations on the joints of the spine discs operations
    • Chronic gynecological diseases.

     

    Contraindications:

    • Pregnancy
    • Malignancy
    •  Hévíz is a city considered to be the most visited and well-known Hungarian resort. The town is situated in the picturesque valley of the south-western shore of Lake Balaton, 6 km from the town of Keszthely, 180 km from Budapest. Lake Heviz is the world's largest natural hot-healing lake. Its area is 47,500 square meters, the depth of 38 m. The surroundings of Hévíz are full of attractions and natural beauty. The temperature of the lake 33-34 degrees in the summer, in the winter does not fall below 23-24 degrees, which makes it possible to swim all year round. Another feature of the lake is that its bottom is covered with the multi-meter layer of therapeutic mud, mainly of vegetable origin and rich in minerals. The mud has good hydrophilic and heat capacity. Weakly radioactive water of the lake contains calcium salts, alkaline salts, and hydrogen. Medicinal water and medicinal mud, originating from the ancient Pannonian Sea, in conjunction with physical therapy, contribute to the treatment of almost all diseases of the musculoskeletal system and rheumatic diseases. 

      Physiotherapy services:

      Massage, mud packs, therapeutic exercises, bath with weights, medicinal baths, underwater remedial gymnastics, carbonic baths, electrotherapy, galvanic baths, electro-baths, hot tubs.

       

      Medical services:

      Rheumatology, dermatology, gynecology, urology, internal medicine, neurology, ophthalmology, otorhinolaryngology, dentistry, orthopedics, psychiatry.

       

      Indications:

      • Degenerative and sclerotic bone disease
      • Diseases of the musculoskeletal system
      • Rheumatic diseases
      • Inflammatory processes in joints and spine
      • Rheumatism, connective tissue
      • Secondary diseases of the joints
      • Fractures, trauma, pre- and post-operational state
      • Disorders of chronic, peripheral character associated with the nervous system due to Mechanical causes
      • Therapy before and after operations on the joints of the spine discs operations
      • Chronic gynecological diseases.

       

      Contraindications:

      • Pregnancy
      • Malignancy
      • Infectious diseases
      • Open wounds
      • Increased thyroid function
      • Heart failure
      • Severe bronchial asthma
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