5 Best Natural Hot Springs In Europe

Oceans, rivers, and lakes are not the only beautiful natural wonders that are worth planning a holiday around. We are naming our 5 Best Natural Hot Springs In Europe that are more than worth a visit with the help of Save A Train train tickets.

5 Best Hot Springs In Europe 1: Aix Les Bains Riviera Of The Alps, France

Aix Les Bains, Riviera of the Alps is a thermal city, berthed on the incredibly exotic and wide Lake Bourget. This is one of the 5 Best Natural Hot Springs In Europe and is found deep in the Savoie french area, famous for its Alps massif neighborhood. The presence of pure water, with many mineral virtues, all around the town, lead it naturally to this thermal tradition. This magical place really gives you the best of nature for your well being. In Aix les Bains Riviera des Alpes, the natural medicine and brimstone rich water combine to offer a true regeneration.

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2: Terme di Saturnia – Tuscany, Italy

Easy to get there from just about anywhere in Europe with the help of Save A Train, Tuscany boasts one of the most idyllic hot springs in the world. So, there is no wonder it is on our list of 5 Best Hot Springs In Europe! With 500 liters of therapeutic water being pumped out of a volcanic crater every second, this spring water is completely pure. Thanks to the 99.5 degrees F water and the gorgeous Italian landscape surrounding it, there is no doubt you will slip into a deep state of relaxation this spring.

This thermal spa claims to have no equal anywhere in the world. Boasting water that is naturally potent, pure and rich in mineral salts. A gift of nature which fills the Spa pools as it flows from a spring dating back thousands of years.  Why not try it out for yourself?

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5 Best Hot Springs In Europe 3: Aqua Dome – Tyrol, Austria

Since the 16th century, people have been visiting Tyrol to benefit from the healing properties of its hot springs. Now you can enjoy massive baths and thermal pools filled with 90 degrees F to 97 degrees F warm thermal water. What makes this spring unique is its levitating thermal water bowls, filled with lights, massage benches, and whirlpools.

The eye-catching architecture of the Ursprung spa hall mirrors the beauty of nature in the surroundings. Wood, stone, light and – of course – water is part of the fantastic scenery. A total of 12 indoor and outdoor pools invite you to swim and let yourself drift away. The indoor pools are connected to the three striking outdoor pools on stilts through waterways.

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4: Thermae Bath Spa – Bath, England

Hot Springs In Europe that is relaxing and historic? It sounds like a good way to tick some bucket list items in one go. In the heart of the city of Bath, you will find the Thermae Bath Spa. An award winning natural spa where you can now bathe in Britain only naturally warm, mineral-rich waters. Just as the Celts and Romans did over 2,000 years ago. It, however, continues to be home to Britain’s only natural thermal waters. Receive the ultimate relaxation experience. Visit this award-winning day spas mineral-rich waters warmed at 92 degrees F and carefully designed spa treatments.

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5 Best Hot Springs In Europe 5: Gellert Baths, Hungary 

We have saved the best for last in our books. If you want to feel like royalty, even for just a few hours, you should definitely visit Gellert Baths in Hungary capital, Budapest. In its embellished structure you will find large warm baths lines with roman pillars. These waters contain different components that are beneficial to healing arthritis and other orthopedic problems. Gellert Bath opened in 1918 offering medicinal water treatments using the same deep underground springs the Knights of St John used in the 12th century, and later on the Turks to feel the invigorating powers of the mineral-rich waters.

Ready to experience relaxation at its most unique? Then head on over to Save A Train and book a train ticket to any one of our pick of the 5 Best hot springs in Europe. 

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