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Thermal spas in Upper Austria: origins and history

Thermal spa resorts in Austria

Are you looking for relaxation and recreation? A trip to a thermal spa in Upper Austria might be just the right thing for you. Recreation all around for young and old and for body, mind and soul.

No wonder the thermal spa in Upper Austria is so popular. These days, when only results count, people seem not to be able to listen to their bodies and the signals they send. Thermal spas in Upper Austria are very popular with both young and old. A day trip to a thermal spa in Upper Austria will add to your all around wellbeing. Relaxation and recreation from the drudgeries of everyday life are guaranteed.

The Thermal Spa in Upper Austria: rich in history

Knowledge about the healing powers of thermal spas is no longer a secret. The benefits of hot steam, bath houses, Turkish baths, mineral and thermal springs have been well known and popular since Roman times. A thermal spa was the bath house in those days - it was a place to meet and enjoy yourself even for the Romans. Hygiene was not the only reason the Romans visited thermal spas in Upper Austria: the spa was seen as a therapeutic and medical institution even then.

And why reinvent the wheel when our ancestors can teach us a thing or two?

Discover the soothing and healing effects when visiting the thermal spas in Upper Austria. The EurothermenResorts of Bad Schallerbach, Bad Hall and Bad Ischl are well known for their extensive offering. Some time out in the thermal spas of Upper Austria will work wonders! Do as the Romans did and experience the therapeutic effects of hot steam and the power of water. _________________________________________________________________

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