Déconnectez-vous, détendez-vous, délassez-vous

The European spas invite you to relax in luxurious surroundings. Filled with natural waters and accompanied by generous treatments, spas and modern spas in Europe give you a perfect opportunity to disconnect, relax and unwind.

 Discover the ancient relaxation of Bath, England.

Why spas and baths are they an integral part of European culture? Everything goes back to Roman times, when the hot springs were popular to purify the body and mind. Bath, England, is built on the ruins of a famous Roman bath which can still enjoy today. Choose between a full modern spa experience with jets, bubble baths and hydrotherapy, or dive into a historic swimming pool next to an original Celtic sanctuary. Baden-Baden, Germany, is also home to a hot spring discovered by the Romans. Today, the Baden-Baden spa is housed in a Belle Époque style with invigorating water source and hydrotherapy.

 The thermal pools of Pamukkale in Turkey are almost as rejuvenating than trying to do.

Finnish saunas also have an interesting history. Built to cleanse the body and mind, spas and saunas are found throughout Finland, even in homes and farms. In fact, there are over three million saunas in Finland, enough to accommodate all the Finns in the world.

Immerse yourself in the bathroom Széchenyi, the biggest of its kind located Turkish baths in Budapest. The unique neo-baroque architecture of the spa is sure to amaze you while you unwind in baths full of bubble jets, showers masseuses for your neck and your back Stay to attend the show, called light and music Cinetrip for a unique experience.

As you walk in Turkey, rest your feet in Pamukkale, a hot spring pools with terrace and minerals that offer different temperatures. Before dipping, find a vantage point to admire the terraces. For an authentic Mediterranean experience, stop by the spa at the Kempinski Hotel on the island of Gozo in Malta. Two different experiences, even sense of relaxation.

For natural relaxation like no other, treat yourself to a visit to the Blue Lagoon in Iceland, where the spring water dripping through geothermal plants, ideal for relaxation of the visitor. Be sure to add a silica-rich mud mask.

 The Blue Lagoon is one of the quietest places in Iceland.

Your skin, your body and your soul will feel more vibrant than ever after a short stay.

No vacancy in Europe is complete without a visit to a spa, a hot spring, spa or public baths. After exploring Europe by foot, we advise you to enjoy at least once a spa to revitalize your body and mind.

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Some tips to consider while traveling


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