4 Luxurious Baths in The World

For those who like to swim, would be very enjoyable to spend your vacation time to a bathhouse. But with time and age, people would rather visit a place than going to a spa than a bathhouse. Below there are 4 most luxurious baths in the world, which is not less interesting to visit.

1. Cagaloglu Hamami, Istanbul, Turkey
In Istanbul, people mention the name of the hamam baths. Cagaloglu this is the last hamam was built in the reign of the Ottoman Empire and has been operating since 1741. Over land in Turkey, no one can beat Cagaloglu, because this place is famous for its interior bath charming and techniques of massage and steam heat. Age that has reached more than 270 years of not making Cagaloglu lose appeal and charm as to even this day he still has a position in the list of Places To See 1.000 Before You Die.

Cagaloglu Hamami, Istanbul, Turki

2. The Thermal Baths, Vals, Switzerland
The Thermal Baths is a hot spring baths in Vals, Switzerland. This bathhouse, using the concept of light and dark spaces. Indoor and outdoor facilities was also diverse, including a swimming pool, massage and relaxation room, plus the presence of a pool fire, ice ponds, and pools of interest. Coupled with the stunning mountain scenery makes this hot spring paradise to relax and calm down.

The Thermal Baths, Vals, Switzerland


3. Poseidon Gardens, Ischia, Italy
Poseidon Gardens as one of the most therapeutic hot spring baths that can be found in Ischia, Italy. High water temperatures and rich mineral content in water (including sodium, calcium, potassium, iron, and manganese) originating from the volcanic mountain springs in Italy. Poseidon Gardens thermal water is believed to cure any kind of illness that you suffered.

Poseidon Gardens, Ischia, Italy


4. Gellert Baths and Spa, Budapest, Hungary
Gellert Baths & Spa first opened in 1919 and has 13 bath consisting of two effervescent baths, three swimming pools and eight hot spring with water temperature varies 24-37 degrees Celsius. This bath is one of the most popular bathing place among tourists visiting Budapest. Natural spring water as a drug believed to be efficacious, Art Nouveau-style furnishings, artistic mosaics, stained glass windows and various sculptures are a perfect combination of beauty for all travelers who want to enjoy it.

Gellert Baths & Spa, Budapest, Hungary

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