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The Omorovicza journey began over 2,000 years ago, when the healing properties of Hungary's thermal waters were discovered and the first thermal baths were built.
The secret to why Hungarian thermal waters have such remarkable healing properties lies in the unique geological features of the region. Here the earth's crust is thinner, so waters absorb beneficial minerals more effectively as they journey to the surface.
The magic of the healing waters come from their unique mix of minerals and trace elements.
Empirical observations of miraculous healing led to the building of more than 1,000 thermal baths in Hungary.
The Hungarian capital is formed of two parts, Buda and Pest, which were originally two cities sitting on opposite shores of the Danube and are interlinked by a number of bridges, including the iconic Chain Bridge.
Budapest has more thermal water sources than any other city in the world. In 1934 it was officially named the "International Spa City".
In the 1800's the Omorovicza family built a beautiful thermal bath, the Racz Furdo, on the site of an Ottoman bath, itself erected in the 1560's on top of a medieval healing spring famous for its curative properties.