Germany spa resorts
Welcome to Germany, famous over the centuries for its spas and wellness. Julius Caesar might have died centuries ago, but had he been alive today, you might have found him wandering around in the streets of Baden-Baden. Chances are bright that he might have visited this place when he was alive because history recalls that the Romans were fascinated by the hot mineral springs of Baden-Baden. It is a well established fact that Royalties from other parts of Europe had a penchant for the German spa resort towns.
Though these events took place during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, you too have an option to indulge in the same pleasures that these nobles enjoyed. The best way to relax the mind, body, and the soul at the same time is by relaxing in the comfortable atmosphere of a spa, and nothing can beat Germany as far as the best spa resort towns are concerned. Pay a visit to them and be pampered beyond your wildest dreams. With over 900 such resorts dotting the entire country, you can be rest assured of finding one that suits your preferences as well as your budget.
There are various types of such mind relaxation centers including Kniepp hydrotherapy, seaside, climatic health, and mud and mineral spa resorts. There is no need for you to worry even if you prefer to relax in your birthday suit because the spas of Germany have a relaxed approach towards nudity at the spa. The relaxed atmosphere is easy to spot in most German spas including those situated in the hotels. Unlike America, there are no special changing rooms hence prepare yourself for a surprise if you find people visiting the same dressed in robes. Most of the German spas might not be as lavish like their American counterparts but this is what helps to make their atmosphere even more relaxed. However, if you prefer lavishness to anything else then check around for hotels that have a sauna and steam wing. Their relaxed atmosphere is exactly what makes the spas of Germany famous. They help individuals to shed their inhibitions and enjoy in a relaxed frame of mind. The steam baths and saunas are far more sophisticated and offer a wide range of temperatures in their cold and hot lunge pools. Check out the lighting and inhale the chamomile-scented steam rooms… it will seem as if you have entered fantasyland. Unlike in America, the hotel spas also offer visitors with a beauty farm that takes care of facials etc.
The mineral spa resort of Baden-Baden is the ideal destination if you’re looking for a break to give your health a boost. Just spending time in this spa town with its cosmopolitan ambience starts a regeneration process for your whole being. The nineteenth century Brenner’s Park-Hotel & Spa in Baden-Baden is famous for its international clients. Individuals with a different frame of mind should check out the simple spa of the Hotel Bareiss in the Black Forest.While in a special mood, check out the public baths that begin from just five Euros. Bad Kissingen was officially recognised as a spa resort in 1883 by Bavaria’s “fairytale king”, Ludwig II. Over the centuries, Bad Kissingen has been a popular health resort for famous kings, emperors, politicians, musicians and writers. Bad Elster is a spa and health resort as well as one of the oldest mud spas in Germany with a mild, stimulating climate in the “healthy heart of Europe”. Wealthy people have long known the benefits of drinking the spring water.
The city of Wiesbaden with its medicinal thermal springs is one of the oldest mineral spa resorts in Europe. Known as the “City of Health”, it has now evolved into a centre providing top-quality medical care, with a patient catchment area that extends far beyond the local region and even outside Germany. The state-approved spa resort of Bad Dürkheim provides everything you need for successful health treatments. The focus is on up-to-date healthcare using tried and tested treatments and the judicious introduction of state-of-the-art therapies. It’s just so easy to improve your health here. The prestigious Baltic resort of Binz is the largest coastal resort on the island of Rügen and is situated in one of its most magical bays, the “Prorer Wiek”. Binz enjoys a mild sea climate and is one of the sunniest places in Germany, enjoying an average of 1,872 hours of sun a year. In Bad Sassendorf, recreation, recuperation and relaxation are on your doorstep. Enjoy all this in a cheerful, relaxed village atmosphere with Westphalian half-timbered architecture and idyllic spa gardens. The town has been renowned for its health treatments for over a century. Pamper yourself as Julius did, with a trip to the famous spas of Germany.