If we confer the sobriquet ‘the spa of the world’ on Hungary; we won’t be exaggerating. The home to the largest thermal lake in Europe, Hungary has approximately 1300 thermal springs and many of them are used as spas. The use of thermal springs for therapeutic purpose is prevalent in the country since Roman times and promoted by authorities as the most important tourism activity while being on holidays in Hungary.
There are several architectural marvels in the country and most of them are located in Budapest, the capital. Buda Castle features prominently in the city and it houses several important structures including Hungarian National Gallery, Matthias Church and Parliament Building. There are numerous caves also and many of them are unique in the way that they are formed of thermal springs from below rather than from rainwater. Go for Hungary holidays with SOTC and explore a rejuvenating tourism for your body as well as for mind.