Tips for Visiting Spas in Budapest, Hungary

Budapest, Hungary is coined ‘Spa City’ as it is home to more medicinal thermal baths than any other capital city in the world. The impressive Hungarian capital rests atop 123 thermal springs. Roman settlers built the first spa baths, and the tradition continued through the Ottoman occupation. Budapest is home to 9 bath houses and an abundance of massage houses. Four of the most popular baths are Szechenyi, Rudas, Gellert and Kiraly.

If you only have time to visit one Budapest spa, this article should help you pick which is best suited for you. Here are tips for visiting spas in Budapest!

What to Expect on a Danube River Cruise with Emerald Cruises

Last updated on February 17th, 2024 at 04:40 pmSailing along one of Europe’s majestic waterways elicits a feeling of luxury and relaxation. Emerald Cruises Danube Delights 8-day river cruise allows guests to explore 8 beautiful destinations without packing and unpacking suitcases, and worrying about travel logistics. A significant advantage of a small ship cruise is…

10 Places in Greece You Should Visit

Last updated on January 8th, 2024 at 03:21 pmPicturesque island hopping amid storied ancient sites leave indelible memories for visitors to Greece. Athens is the oldest European capital and the birthplace of democracy. The Greek islands are a fun playground for everyone from celebrities to backpackers. Olympia was the birthplace of the ancient Olympic Games…

World’s Most Romantic Destinations to Visit

Last updated on February 17th, 2024 at 05:01 pmThe world offers a wealth of romantic destinations. A gondola ride in Venice is a charming way for couples to experience a floating city that hasn’t changed much aesthetically in around 600 years. Beautiful beaches from Florida to Australia offer stunning outdoor playgrounds and breathtaking backdrops for…

Amsterdam canal with bikes on a bridge and a blue sky

How to Spend One Week in Paris, London & Amsterdam

A week’s vacation in Paris, London and Amsterdam is a fantastic idea, especially for English-speaking beginners to European travel. London is the world’s grandest English-speaking city, with a wealth of world class attractions. Paris is one of Europe’s most elegant and romantic cities, with an array of highlights to dazzle your eyes and palate. Dotted with canals, Amsterdam’s historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the world’s most bicycle friendly city. We previously lived in Amsterdam and know these European cities well. So here’s how to spend a great week in Paris, London and Amsterdam!

White church, a top a green hill and dusk sky in Paris