Andorra is the home to Caldea thermal spa, one of Europe’s largest health spa’s, with over 6000 square metres of pools and its standing futuristic architecture set it perfectly between the mountain peaks of the Pyrenees.
Rudas Thermal Bath, Budapest. The building dates from the 16th century, when the occupying Turks were constructing bathing facilities to make the most of the city's 80 geothermal springs. The Ottoman influence can still be seen in the octagonal pool, covered by a huge dome and supported by eight pillars, and the six steam pools.
The geothermal spring of Aqua Dome was discovered in the 16th century, it is located in the heart of Tyrol and it has become one of the most romantic spas in Europe since we can enjoy unique experiences like a bath under the moonlight, surrounded by waterfalls mixed with the latest technologies.