By Lea Struck
The coldest season is slowly approaching. Shorter days and lower temperatures: what could be more tempting than spending a few hours of relaxation in a wellness resort that is one of the best spas in Europe? In this blog, Fly Aeolus lists the best spas in Europe. From the largest sauna in the world to the absolute bathing city, you can find the most impressive thermal baths and everything they have to offer. In addition to sauna and bathing fun, you will also discover the quickest way to go to your destination. After all, with a flight in an air taxi, you can start your relaxing journey in one of the best spas in Europe from the very beginning without any stress.
Largest sauna in the world: Wellness holiday in Sinsheim
Let’s start directly with an entry in the Guinness Book of Records: In the German town of Sinsheim, you can find the largest sauna in the world! Thus the Koi sauna offers pure relaxation on 166 square metres. Besides the 10 themed saunas you can discover much more during your wellness holiday. In the midst of 400 real palm trees and 1,000 orchids, the turquoise blue lagoons with pool bars and the mineral springs will provide a relaxing break from everyday life for sure.
With an air taxi from Fly Aeolus, you can even land at two airfields near the “Themen und Badewelt Sinsheim“: Mannheim and Speyer. From both airfields, it is only a 40-minute drive to one of the best spas in Europe!
Largest spa city in Europe: Budapest
Interested in another world record? Budapest is the only big city on our planet with numerous thermal and medicinal springs. Since 1934 the city has been named the “City of Spas”. More than 120 natural thermal springs can be found in Budapest, making it the largest spa city in Europe.
Our first place among the most beautiful thermal baths in Hungary goes the Gellért Bath. It is the most famous one in Budapest! Besides the 12 basins, divided into the whirlpool, outdoor, and spa area, the most fascinating part here is the impressive architecture. Although the spa was extensively destroyed during the Second World War, the beauty of the 1918 spa could be fully restored in a comprehensive renovation. Apart from that, the water supply is ensured by the springs located inside the Gellért Hill. The water therefore contains a large number of minerals, which are highly recommended for various diseases and ailments.
With a Fly Aeolus private jet you can land directly at Budapest International Airport, from where you can reach the Gellért Spa in 30 minutes by car.
Stunning views from the best spas in Europe
Swimming and sauna alone are not enough for a wellness holiday? How about a breathtaking view on top? Three of our selected best spas in Europe offer you this uniqueness!
The pearl of Lake Garda
In the north of Italy, you can find the country’s largest lake. But how could one find more recreation than by enjoying the view of the water in the “Pearl of Lake Garda”? Next to relaxing in the thermal waters of the wellness center “Terme Di Sirmione” you can enjoy a stunning view over the lake. At sunset at the latest, every guest will for sure find his inner peace here.
The nearest airport is just 36 kilometres away in Verona. This allows you to combine your wellness holiday even with a short city trip.
View of the French Mediterranean
Fly Aeolus’ next recommendation lies in France: the “Thermes Marins Monte Carlo“. This luxury oasis is located in the heart of Monaco and offers besides numerous wellness, fitness, and spa facilities an impressive view over the Mediterranean Sea.
Would you like to experience more than just a wellness holiday in France? Read our blog holidays on the French Riviera or convince yourself of the rich variety of the French cuisine. Fly directly to the Côte d’Azur with a Fly Aeolus air taxi!
Wellness holiday surrounded by Lake Neusiedl
Our last recommendation for your wellness holiday with a beautiful view is the “St. Martins Spa and Lodge” in Austria. This thermal spa is located in the middle of Lake Neusiedl and provides, apart from a breathtaking view, much more than just bathing fun and sauna. The little island also offers accommodation in a lodge, a varied activity programme and even a safari. With Fly Aeolus you can land in Vienna, from where it takes you just 45 minutes by car to get to the water!
Largest thermal spa complex in the world
We conclude our list of the best spas in Europe with two size records: the largest spa complex and the largest Alpine thermal spa.
The former can be found in Erding, Germany. The homonymous “Therme Erding” offers families in particular the perfect escape from everyday life. With over 2,700 metres of slides, young and old alike will not be disappointed. Classic wellness and recreational facilities, such as the 35 saunas and steam baths, can be found in the VitalOase. Incidentally, Munich airport is only 16 kilometres away. So you can make the most of your wellness holiday without long travel times!
The second size record, the largest alpine thermal spa, belongs to Switzerland: The “Leukerbad-Therme“. In the middle of the Alps, you will certainly not be denied a beautiful view here either. A very special experience at the moment is the champagne breakfast. But the light experience “Aqua Mystica” will certainly enchant you too. 40 minutes by car away is the nearest airport Sion. With pleasure, we fly you with an air taxi to your wellness holiday!
By air taxi to one of the best spas in Europe
Fly Aeolus flies to over 1,600 airports throughout Europe. This ensures not only optimal connections to your destination but also a stress-free start to your wellness holiday. Use our price calculator to book your next flight with us.
Wondering what the difference between a private jet and an air taxi is? Read it here in our blog! You might also want to find out whether renting an air taxi or private jet is something for you at all.
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