Europe's Spa Capital
Budapest’s many historic spas and 120 hot thermal springs map the city’s history starting from the Roman and Ottoman empires, to the 19th century Széchenyi Thermal Baths, a complex of 21 pools and the most photographed spa in Europe, to its epithet as the world’s ‘Spa City’, which Budapest was called in the 1930s. To this day, the Hungarian capital is home to the largest, oldest and grandest spas in all of Europe.
Ensana has two stunning spa hotels, with their own springs, on the two and half kilometre, green and landscaped Margaret Island, in the middle of the River Danube. It is an ideal place to escape the bustle of the city.