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"Bus 2 from Miskolc journeys 7km southward to the quaint resort of Miskolc-Tapolca, whose waters have been used in cures since the 16th century. The Cave Bath consists of a series of pools in a natural cave system. The water temperature ranges between 27ºC and 31ºC, there’s a waterfall or ‘thrashing shower’, and the humid air is reputedly good for bronchial complaints." Hungary: the Bradt Guide;

World's Most Extraordinary Swimming Pools - Gellert Swimming Pool in Budapest. By pinkcigarette

from Taste Adventure

Rudas Baths – A Must Visit While in Budapest

Rudas Baths in Budapest Hungary. A labyrinth connected hot baths. This one I remember the most; it was built in the 1500s by the Ottomans. Incredible.

from Inside the Travel Lab

Thermal Baths in Budapest: Exploring Budapest's Thermal Baths

Thermal baths are to Budapest what baguettes and boulangeries are to Paris or yellow taxis are to New York. Locals and visitors enjoy the cleansing and healing benefits of the thermal water, sometimes while enjoying a game of chess. Via @insidetravellab

from Luxe Adventure Traveler

Top 12 Things to Do in Budapest

una gran experiencia en budapest

Thermal baths inside a cave - Miskolc Tapolca, Hungary.

from Top Inspired

TOP 10 Things to do in Budapest

The capital of the small European country, Hungary gets sometimes overlooked by tourists. While other capital cities such as Vienna and Prague in the surrounding countries are well visited, Budapest is not always on the top of the list. Travelers who do include a visit even if for a short weekend trip only, will leave with the feeling that they would return soon and spend more time exploring this fascinating city.

Széchenyi Baths, Budapest, Hungary (by Tourism Office of Budapest)