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Body and Soul

Thermal waters that massage the skin, rejuvenation for the body, and clear alpine air at the door. Did you know physical well-being could be this agreeable?

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Vienna

The only capital city in the world that can claim its own thermal spa is Vienna. You will find the Oberlaa Therme to the south of the city, offering thermal baths, a wellness area and a centre for "Life Energy", perfect for a little time out on your city break.
 

Burgenland

The thermal spas in Burgenland have some of the oldest and richest traditions in the whole of Austria. In its wealth of wellness parks and health temples, the healing spring waters are used to create a veritable feast for the senses. Among the most popular are the Burgenlandtherme in Bad Tatzmannsdorf, the Sonnentherme in Lutzmannsburg which offers special catering for babies and small children, and St. Martins Therme & Lodge close to the Neusiedler See - Seewinkel National Park.
 

Carinthia

More than 60 curative spas located in the vicinity of Villach and Bad Kleinkirchheim lend the traditional winter sports region of Carinthia a superb added extra. Even the ancient Romans seemed to agree and were enthusiastic guests at the Thermen Resort Warmbad-Villach, Austria's southernmost thermal spa, more than 2000 years ago. Nowadays, more than 6 sources provide healing waters that are particularly suitable for musculoskeletal therapies. One spa particularly worth of mention is the Thermal Spa Römerbad, one of Europe's most beautiful alpine wellness oases.
 

Lower Austria

The Therme Laa is a beautifully designed thermal complex complete with its own health centre and luxurious spa, with ambient lighting and underwater music. In Lower Austria a total of six establishments have been brought together under the auspices of the moor spa in Harbach and the Gross Gerungs heart and circulation centre. The health resort in Baden bei Wien is one of the region's most popular, due to its proximity to the city of Vienna. Another particulary quirky choice is the Linsberg Asia Spa in Bad Erlach which combines Far-Eastern Philosophy with Asian Design.
 

Upper Austria

Well-being and relaxation can be celebrated in Upper Austria in just about every imaginable way. Submerge yourself completely in the soothing waters of the EurothermenResort Bad Schallerbach, an extensive thermal complex offering cures and a water park. There's also the EurothermenResort Bad Ischl, and at the EurothermenResort Bad Hall you will find the most concentrated iodine-spring in Central Europe, an ideal treatment for a number of complaints.
 

SalzburgerLand

The Bad Gastein Felsentherme offers bathing and relaxation at an altiude of 1100 metres in SalzburgerLand. Here you can enjoy the Panorama Wellness area with a spectacular view out over the Alps. The Alpentherme Gastein is Europe's most modern alpine health and recreation resort, blessed with a tremendous view of the giant glaciers of the Hohe Tauern National Park. And last but certainly not least there is the gigantic TAUERN SPA in Zell am See-Kaprun which covers approximately 48.000 sqm. The vast spa world contains panorama saunas, brine baths, a fragrant aroma steam bath and a glass-paned outdoor pool.
 

Styria

When in search of recreation, Styria is a fantastic choice. Peat, salt and thermal springs are the base products for a broad programme that can be enjoyed in nine thermal spas and numerous other wellness and health resorts here.
 

Tirol

The largest and most modern thermal spa in Tirol is the Aquadome in Längenfeld, whose spectacular glass structure was transposed upon the 50000 square metre plot in an outstanding architectural fashion. Then there's the health resort of Bad Häring with its sulphurous mineral spring water and idyllic setting, nestled between the Kitzbüheler Alps and the Wilder Kaiser, to name but a few of Tirol's spas.
 

Vorarlberg

Wellness and well-being hotels combine health remedies from nature in Vorarlberg, such as peat in the health hotel Bad Reuthe. Glass, wood, and a view to nature are the distinctive features of the countless well-being oases in the style of modern Vorarlberg architecture.