Wellness travel is a big trend right now and, if you’re headed to Hungary in the near future, you’ll have ample opportunity to indulge in that trend (in fact, 80 percent of international travelers visiting the country visit a spa while there).
There are three main wellness offerings you’ll want to experience while in Hungary:
Did you know Budapest is the only major city in the world with more than 100 thermal springs and wells? The result is a huge number of spas and baths where you can soak in peace, often in historic settings where visitors did the same centuries ago.
Thermal waters result in medicinal mud, and you’ll find many Budapest spas offer mud therapy treatments if you’re already there for a soak. Medicinal mud is purported to come with a range of health benefits, including pain relief, improved circulation and increased metabolism.
There are five certified medicinal caves in Hungary, where you can go to experience cave therapy, a process mostly consisting of breathing in restorative cave air. These caves are claimed to be filled with mineral water that drips down the ceilings and walls, providing respiratory relief when the cave air is inhaled.
Anyone who’s visited a destination known for its northern lights viewing during certain times of the year knows, just because you visit doesn’t mean you’ll be able to actually see the northern lights. A lot has to come together for them to be visible, and if the weather doesn’t cooperate, you might be out of luck. However, a new cruise aims to help travelers avoid the disappointment of traveling across the world just to be left lightless.
More and more travelers want to feel good about the hotel they stay in and the trips they take. They want to know their vacation isn’t harming the environment and local community they are visiting. These hotels go above and beyond when it comes to giving back to local communities, employees, the environment and more.
Whether you are interested in music, art, history, food, sports or fashion, Music City has something for everyone to sing about. Nashville is accessible, friendly and authentic, with diverse neighborhoods, a storied musical heritage and a creative culture that energizes the city.
According to Kampgrounds of America’s 2023 report, 38 percent of campers say they will camp during the winter season while another 27 percent say they are thinking about it. Benefits of winter camping include fewer crowds, snowy scenery and opportunities to ski. Cabins and glamping are also growing in popularity this winter season. Here are five winter camping destinations and tips.