1 bedroom accommodation in Bük
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The small town of Bük is the proud home to one of Central Europe’s most active mineral [water] springs. This nationally certified spa resort is located in a Hungarian region at the foot of the Alps, just 50 kilometers from the Austrian border on the road to Vienna. It is 220 km from Budapest and 50 km from Sopron. The second largest spa in the country offers opportunities for relaxation for every generation. The spa, which occupies 13 hectares, is a true spa complex with 27 pools. The pools are filled with medicinal, thermal and drinking waters. There are indoor and outdoor pools with a total water surface of 5000 m². 11 indoor polos, 12 outdoor pools and 4 half-covered pools with roof await guests year round.
The medicinal waters of Bükfürdő are particularly apt for treating locomotive disorders. For diseases of the digestive system, a drinking cure is recommended. The medicinal waters have a curative effect in and of themselves, but complex cures with medical attendance are also offered. Services at the thermal spa include: medical examinations, complex medical cures, hydro-, electro- and physiotherapy, medical gymnastics, various massages, laser, parafango, mud pack, ultra sound and weight bath.
The mineral spring produces curative hydrogen carbonated water containing fluoride, iodide and iron. As a bathing cure it is good for rheumatic and orthopedic diseases and traumas. As a drink it good for diseases of the digestive system. Respiratory catarrhous can be cured by breathing the aroma of the waters. Osteoporosis, all locomotive disorders, after-care treatments following orthopedic and neuralgic operations, sciatica, arthritis, lumbago, gout, arthrosis, post-academic rehabilitation and diseases of the digestive system can all be benefited by the waters of the spa.
Bükfürdö is not only famous for its spa, it also provides a remarkable number of quality cultural and sports programs of which the most significant ones are the Summer Festive Days of Bük and the Sports Gala in December.