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WORLD UNIQUE PUBLIC BATHS 

World Unique Public Baths

Ancient times have seen the Beautiful continuity and passage of the art of unique public baths. Public baths are suitable for the soul. The therapeutic waters are good for the body and mind. Public baths have different names like Hamami, Banya or jjimjilbang. Also, public baths is a culture of rest, deep relaxation, social gathering and healing around the world.  Hence this tradition in many countries is also seen as a bridge in communal communication and socializing.

Accordingly, health consciousness and the practice of giving the body and mind rest is the integral core of Bathhouses. Public bathing is no longer common these days. However, there are yet some wonderful bathhouses and geothermal hot springs still. There you can bathe and get healings from some of them with the healing potentials of warm mineral waters.

Try these bathhouses when visiting these countries.

Valley View Hot Springs and Resorts, Moffat, Colorado

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A private hot spring owned and maintained by the Orient Land Trust, a charitable nonprofit organization. It is truly a unique place where you can immerse in nature’s hot spring. There are of course plenty of natural hot springs and ponds at Valley View Hot Springs. The springs are also near the Sangre de Cristo mountain range on a plot of community-owned land.

Walk along the wilderness trails to find the remote springs and wet ponds scattered around. However, the best ones have been located up a short, steep trail. There you can also look out over the fantastic view at sunset and then watch the fireflies buzz above your head. Powering the cabins are by geothermal energy. And also natural spring-fed swimming pools and showers. Although it is open all year round except December 1 to 28. Thus there are seven ponds beautifully laid out in an Alpine forest. However, booking and reservation are required to visit this hot spring.

It has the following features also

1. A diverse ecosystem rich in wildlife, birds, baths and plat life.
2. Several natural body temperature soaking ponds along wilderness trails.
3. Geothermally and hydroelectricity heated tub, sauna, and village.
4. Pure, natural spring-fed swimming pool and showers.
5. All-season camping and rustic accommodation. For more details on booking and reservation. Kindly open the link to Valley View Hot Spring .

Fun Activities:

Soak in the hot springs.
Swim under the stars.
Watch the nightly bat. show at orient Mine.
Gaze at the stars.
Check out how nature’s energy is made useful.
Explore Everson ranch.
Witness the geological fault line.
Also, make the most of the communal amenities.
Location: 64393 County Road GG, Moffat, CO 81143, United States.

Gellért Baths and Spa, Budapest, Hungary

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Gellért Spa is indeed legendarily the most beloved and most visited bathhouse in Budapest. With how famous the Bathing Culture grew in Budapest in the 20th century. Budapest was consequently themed the “Spa City” by 1934.
The art-nouveau-style spa houses 13 baths, including two effervescent bath sections.  There are also three outdoor pools and eight thermal baths. Gellért is also part of the renowned Hotel Gellért. See more on the importance of travel medical insurance.
Address: Budapest, Kelenhegyi út 4, 1118 Hungary.

Terme di Saturnia, Saturnia, Italy

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Terme di Saturnia or Spa of Saturn is truly a bubbling Crater of a volcano located at Saturnia in Italy. Some people call it healing waters. Indeed this scenic hot bath had hosted thousands of visitors for years that have come for a dip into waters.

Accordingly as told by ancient Italian folklore surrounding this public bath. During a fierce duel between Saturn and Jupiter. God Jupiter had thrown a lightning bolt at Saturn, which he dodged. This resulting in the bolt slicing through the earth crust and consequently creating the hot bubbly healing waters.

Terme di Saturnia, located in the scenic Tuscan countryside above a crater of volcanic origin. Terme di Saturnia was historically used by Roman nobles. However today anyone can enjoy the therapeutic waters. The site includes two waterfalls and pools that stay at around 98°.
Address: Loc. Follonata, 58014 Saturnia, Manciano GR, Italy.

Cagaloglu Hamam, Istanbul, Turkey

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This grand looking Turkish bathhouse is built in Istanbul, Turkey, by Ottoman Empire in 1741. Cagaloglu has a great feel with huge arched ceilings and ornamental decorations as well.

The Cagaloglu’s architectural features are made of beautiful domes and grand marble fountains. Cagaloglu was listed in the book ‘1,000 Places to See Before You Die. Even notable figures like Florence Nightingale and Edward VIII have bathed in the spa’s waters. Thus a Turkish bath begins first with relaxation in a heated room. Afterwards, you move into an even hotter room before shocking your body with a cold water wash. After you bathe, then you can receive a massage.  Finally, retire to the cooling room to rest.
It is located at Alemdar Mh., Cağaloğlu Hamamı Sk. 34, Fatih, Turkey.

Takaragawa Onsen, Gunma, Japan

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Takaragawa Onsen is the most famous bathhouse in Japan. Beautiful mountains and trees are around the hot spring. Although folklore says the baths heal the body with their magical waters. However, there are three mixed baths and one for just women. They’re also three other exotic baths for mixed-gender. Plan your trip to this public bath in the autumn to see the fantastic colours of the changing scenery. Thus Takaragawa Spa has given deep relaxation to numerous visitors through the ages.
Location: 1899 Fujiwara, Minakami Tone District, Gunma Prefecture 379-1721, Japan. Lastly, find out more about the cheap Asian countries for vacation.

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