Bath as the Ottomans did
Two baths with centuries of history behind them, utilizing the same spring adapted to modern-day needs in beautiful environments. Both places flourished as early as the Ottoman times, Lukács was reopened in the 19th century, while Veli Bej had to wait for its turn until a couple of months back.
In the latter you can find a sauna, an infrasauna, a steam room, experience showers, family cabins, a weight bath, a Kneipp-basin, a jacuzzi, curative pools of water containing Calcium Carbonate, and, of course, a flat-surface pool.
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