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1. Festetics Day Spa opening hours, pricelist

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tartalom: + 1 The Bath has opened its Wellness and Therapy Centre with the prevention in focus. The new complex ensures also for the younger generation a wide range of recreational and wellness services. According to a four-star hotel standard, in the new three floored building the following services are waiting for the guest: wellness department (sauna, steam-bath, ice-bath, salt-chamber, pools), modern catering place and therapy section (hydrotherapy, massage, beauty saloon, mud-packing, movement therapy.) Opening hours The prices of the Festetics Day Spa you can find here!   Opening Closing of the cash-desk End of bathing time (Lake) End of wellness time Bath is closed at Festetics Day Spa 9.00 17.00 17.00 17.00 17.30 In the Festetics Day Spa you can buy the same entrance tickets an at the cash desk of the main entrance of the Lake Bath and the Deák square summer entrance. In the Festetics Day Spa you can find the following pools, and saunas Name Surface (m2) Capacity Temperature (°C) Jacuzzi (2 pcs.) 18 15 28-32 Finnish sauna 7,5 15 92 Infrared sauna 1,5 4 45 Steambath 3 5 40 Salt cave 1,5 / 8  2 and 12 24 Ice cave 6 4 4 Saunaprograms:11:00 Good morning infusion16:00 Infusion with beer Prices of the services in Festetics Day Spa
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Healt-condition-check (including 1 controll) 15 min. 8 500 HUF
from the second controllexamination 15 min. 4 500 HUF
Mud pack (more than 4 regions, only on medical advice) (Solely on the doctor's recommendation.) 20 min. 8 900 HUF
Mud pack (part of the body) (With the filing of the Patient Consent Form.) 20 min. 5 500 HUF
Underwater stretching (Solely on the doctor's recommendation.) 20 min. 5 500 HUF
Moving-therapy treatment (Solely on the doctor's recommendation.) 25 min. 6 900,- HUF
Use of Bat Bench with professional consulation – first occasion (Solely on the doctor's recommendation.) 30 min. 4 800 HUF
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Massage therapy for hip dislocation (With the filing of the Patient Consent Form.) 40 min. 8 100 HUF
Massage therapy for coxarthritis (With the filing of the Patient Consent Form.) 40 min. 8 100 HUF
Massage therapy for TEP (totalendoprosthesis) (With the filing of the Patient Consent Form.) 40 min. 8 100 HUF
Massage therapy for Morbus Bechterew (With the filing of the Patient Consent Form.) 40 min. 8 100 HUF
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1st session of soundtherapy 20 min. 8 500 HUF
5+1 session of soundtherapy 6 x 20 min. 42 500 HUF
10+2 session of soundtherapy 12 x 20 min. 85 000 HUF
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Electrophisiology 4 000 HUF
Cuire micromassage (Solely on the doctor's recommendation.) 4 700 HUF
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PCP, humino 5 000 HUF
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Hévíz mud massage 00 min. 7 500 HUF
Individual massage 20 min. 4 500 HUF
Segmental massage 30 min. 5 500 HUF
Full body massage: on the back, arms, legs and hip 40 min. 7 500 HUF
Full body massage: on the back, arms, legs, and hip 50 min. 9 500 HUF
Manager massage 30 min. 6 500 HUF
Refreshing foot massage 20 min. 3 800 HUF
Aromazen relaxing massage 40 min. 8 500 HUF
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Personalized massage ticket (for 5 sessions) 5 *20 min. 21 500 HUF
Regenerating mud therapy ticket - independent from physician’s recommendation (For 5 sessions) 5 * 20 min. 26 500 HUF
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Traditional thai massage 60 min. 13 000 HUF
Thai oil massage 60 min. 13 500 HUF
Thai herbal massage 60 min. 14 000 HUF
Thai foot massage 30 min. 8 500 HUF
Thai neck-shoulder-back massage 30 min. 8 000 HUF
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Full body peel treatment 20 min. 3 900 HUF
Waterlily body peeling & moisturizing body wrap with mud 45 min. 8 500 HUF
Therapy for the back using mud and herbal body wrap 40 min. 6 500 HUF
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Aromazen facial massage 30 min. 6 000 HUF
Rose de Luxe mandala facial massage 40 min. 7 000 HUF
Up & Up face lifting massage 40 min. 7 000 HUF
Harmonenne facial treatment 70 min. 11 900 HUF
Vitalenne facial treatment 70 min. 11 900 HUF
Cleanenne facial treatment 90 min. 14 900 HUF
Deep cleansing 20 min. 3 000 HUF
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Lash colouring 30 min. 2 200 HUF
Eyebrow colouring 20 min. 2 200 HUF
Eyebrow shaping 15 min. 1 500 HUF
3 in 1 40 min. 5 000 HUF
Hair removal - Upper lip 10 min. 1 500 HUF
Hair removal - Face 20 min. 2 000 HUF
Hair removal - Half leg 20 min. 3 200 HUF
Hair removal - Full leg 50 min. 5 900 HUF
Hair removal - Underarm 20 min. 2 200 HUF
Hair removal - Bikini line 30 min. 3 500 HUF
Hair removal - Arm 20 min. 2 900 HUF
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Pedicure 50 min. 5 100 HUF
Pedicure with lacquiering 60 min. 6 300 HUF
Spa pedicure 90 min. 7 400 HUF
Manicure 40 min. 4 000 HUF
Manicure with lacquiering 50 min. 5 200 HUF
Spa manicure 60 min. 6 300 HUF
Japanese manicure 60 min. 5 200 HUF
Lacquiering 10 min. 1 200 HUF
Lacquiering with preparations (nail-polish removal, nail correction) 25 min. 2 800 HUF
French lacquiering 15 min. 3 100 HUF
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Solarium 5 min. 700 HUF
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Prevention package number 10 (2 entrance daily, valid within 11 calendar days from the purchase) 64 000 Ft + A deposit of 2 000 Ft
Prevention package number 20 (2 entrance daily, valid within 21 calendar days from the purchase) 126 000 Ft + A deposit of 2 000 Ft
Hévíz traditional package 55 000 Ft
Beauty spa package 21 000 Ft
Name Time Price Yumeiho massage 60 min. 12 500 HUF Check-in and appointment:Lake Bath: (+36) 83 342 830Festetics Day Spa: (+36) 83 501 700 (528. m.)E-mail: toterapia@spaheviz.hu            
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2. Movement therapy

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tartalom: + 1 In the course of general movement development, the aim is to stimulate brain functions, increase and refine attention and concentration skills. On the other hand, the goal of the movement development treatments – medical gymnastics and direct spinal exercises- , which are primarily carried out in Hévíz, are healing, recovery and prevention. These methods are especially important in the treatment of musculoskeletal diseases.
Physical and therapeutic exercise Exercise with professional supervision or therapeutic exercise is part of a complex treatment. It is an extremely important therapy in the treatment of locomotor disorders. Unhealthy lifestyles, such as lack of physical exercise in many cases further deteriorate the health of the patients, which can be helped by regular physical exercise. Therapeutic exercise: one of the aims of the physical exercise tailored to the condition of the individual is to restore the injured joints and spine operation, to improve the condition and power of the muscle system, to eliminate its defects and to correct the posture of the individual. Spinal exercise It is a method mainly used for increasing the movement range of the spine as well as for mobilising the neck and waist. However, successful results can be achieved with it in stretching muscles that are shortened because of poor posture or pain, strengthening muscles around the back, the abdomen and the hips, or improving coordination. Spinal exercise is carried out in an eased position with the help of qualified physiotherapists in every case. The movements are easy to learn and can be performed later at home as well. Underwater exercise This therapy applies the healing impact of mixed medicinal water and the favourable physical characteristics of water (ascensional power, resistance, etc.). Underwater exercise causes less strain to the muscles and joints, therefore it is also suitable for those, who are not allowed to do normal physical exercise. The impact of all these treatments can be boosted by treatments based on thermal (heat), electric, etc. energies. In addition to the mentioned traditional methods, special techniques can also be used for treating back problems: Schroth therapy Manual therapy McKenzie method Kinezio tape Spineliner treatment
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3. Physiotherapeutic treatments

Last modification: 2019. July. 01. 08:00

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tartalom: + 1 Various physical therapy treatments are also important for a successful treatment In order to fully exploit the therapeutic effects of the lake water, in addition to bathing, physicians use many forms of treatments in the course of the compilation of the cures.
Methods included in the following physiotherapeutic treatment group are used mostly in Hévíz: electrotherapy magnetic therapy mechanotherapy treatments light therapy Electrotherapy Electrotherapy, balneotherapy and mechanotherapy are part of physiotherapy treatments. Electrotherapy is used in various forms during Hévíz treatments. Therapies may mitigate pain, stimulate blood circulation and generate deep tissue congestion depending on the therapy type. „Low frequency” treatment types are ultrasound, magnetic ring, diadynamic, ionomodulator, sonopuls, stymat, sonodynator, dionin, endomed treatments or cryotherapy, wich is based on the circulation of cold air „High frequency” treatment types: decimetre wave, microwave and short wave. Treatments use the heat effect of electricity for generating tissue congestion. Indications: improves blood circulation, alleviator of pain. Types of treatments During iontotherapy the ions of a medicine prescribed by physician are introduced to the body via the skin with the help of local galvanic current. It may be local and general: relieving muscle- and traumatic pains and arthritis. It is beneficial for migraine and aortic stenosis; it also speeds up the absorption of hematoma and softens up scarring. Diadynamic current therapy is a special electrotherapy, which has an alleviative and circulation boosting effect. Indications: analgesic treatment, vein innervations disorders, twitches, bruises, oedema, nervous pain, joint and spine wear, disc related disorders, muscle wasting. Myotest means electrical treatment of the nerves, by generating muscle contractions. Indications: treatment and prevention of muscular wasting. Interference therapyDue to the different power frequencies conducted into muscles next to the spine the muscle knots caused by posture disorders decrease because of the internal pulsing massage generated by the electric power. Ultrasound therapyTissue micro massage, which is created by mechanical vibrations. It is suitable for healing every musculoskeletal disease. Magnetic therapy Magnetic ring, also known as pulsatron. It is based on the biological effects of the magnetic field’s rhythmic changes. It can be used after a stroke, in case of stiffness, muscle weakness, neuralgia, post-treatments of injuries and in some medical cases. Light therapy Sollux, laser, evolite...all are using the special physical attribution of the light to heal different diseases.  Laser (light laser) is mostly used to cure movement diseases. It decreases pain, sore, muscle tension, edem, and stimulates the immune system, and accelerates wound healing Mechanotherapy treatments It is an independent cure, but it is also an important part of the complex therapy. These are therapeutic forms based on the following types of treatments Passive: massage >>> Active: physical and therapeutic exercise >>> Did you know that, although electricity hadn’t been known yet, the Romans used the electrotherapy? electricity generating fishes were placed next to paralyzed children in the pool in order to stimulate their muscles?
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4. Kinesio Movement Analyzis Laboratory

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Kinesio Movement Analyzis Laboratory

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“Health is closely intertwined with movement, which is prerequisite for walking. Walking is one of our most natural movement; it affects the funcitioning of the whole body...” The publication on Hungary’s first motion analysis laboratory begins with these thoughts. At this laboratory, you can also participate in a complex motion test as a private person. What is the Kinesio Movement Analysis Laboratory good for? At the movement analyzis laboratory (Kinesio Lab), located in the Festetich Bathhouse of the Hévíz Thermal Bath and St. Andrew's Hospital for Rheumatology and Rehabilitation, special, instrumental, computer-controlled motion tests are carried out. The analytical function of these tests enable  the accurate, thorough examination of the movement system of the human body. At Kinesio lab, which has 3 treatment rooms, qualified physiotherapists help guests / patients get a complete picture about the condition of their bones, joints, musculature, their body composition, and gait.After analyzing the results produced by the machine, patients will receive a clear medical report and, if necessary, a treatment plan, which can be supplemented by dietetic advice if required. Dr Attila Kvarda, the Director General of the Hospital for Rheumatology, pointed out that the movement analysis laboratory is an important part of the Traditional Hévíz Therapy, as it helps to get a precise picture of the patient's pre- and post-treatment state. With this complex examination, the effectiveness of treatments in movement therapy can be measured objectively both in the short and the long term.In the long run, with the help of the test results, the specialists can draw up a more specialized treatment package for the patients with certain types of symptoms, therefore they can develop the most effective treatment processes. In addition to the patient’s feedback, with the aid of the clearly measurable computer analysis, the effects of treatment processes can be checked from time to time. Kinesio lab tests are available to anyone for a fee. Who are the services of Kinesio lab recommended to? It is recommended for younger people on a preventive basis, and also for athletes in order that they could get a precise picture of the state of their joints and muscles, which are loaded more than the average, and also of the condition of their body either to prevent sports injuries or to follow up existing injuries. Tests that can be requested at Kinesio Laboratory: Body composition measurement Multi-directional examination of the trunk Isometric muscle strength measurement of major muscle groups EMG - Electromyography Upright position, gait Foot pressure distribution Do you have any complaints or are you just curious? Visit us, make an appointment and learn more about your own body! Location: Floor 2, Festetics Bathhouse, Hévíz Thermal Lake and Saint Andrew’s Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases Appointment: During the opening hours on the spot in person, or via phone: + 36 83 501-700 / extension 530 (during the opening hours) or via email: mozgaslabor@spaheviz.hu At the Therapy Department of Festetics Bathhouse in person, or via phone: + 36 83 501-700/ extension 528, or via email: toterapia@spaheviz.hu The list of the services available at the Kinesio lab Further details about the services of the Kinesio lab can be read here
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5. Wine culture of Egregy hill

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tartalom: + 1 The story of the wine culture in Hévíz Wine-making on Egregy hill has a tradition which goes back to the Roman era when viticulture was introduced to the region. During the reign of the Árpád-dynasty, people continued this form of agriculture as proven by an official certificate dated back in 1221. In the Turkish era, the medieval village was destroyed and deserted, but the area was populated again after the immigration of German settlers at the beginning of the 17th century. Just like their ancestors, these people also continued traditional viticulture in the Balaton region. The region had excellent potentials for this activity: the warm and sometimes hot soil and the favourable climatic conditions always guaranteed and still guarantee the production of excellent quality wines, which was also complemented by the locals’ love of work. It is a special wine region of white wines but certain types of red wine grapes were also planted here. The most remarkable varieties of the region are Olaszrizling (“Italian Riesling), a Szürkebarát (Pinot Gris) and Rizlingszilváni (Müller Thurgau), but we may also find Zöldveltelini (Green veltliner) and different types of Muskotály (Muscat) too. Egregy is not only famous for its church, which was built during the reign of the Árpád-dynasty, but thanks to the favourable natural features viticulture also plays a significant part in the life of the area. Egregy hill was classified as a high-quality wine region in 1998, and the wines produced here were classified as characteristic wines of the Balaton region. The local government also found and still finds it important to popularize the wines of Hévíz, therefore, in March 2007 the Wine of the town of Hévíz was chosen for the first time, which event is also held every year. Ask for the Wine of the town at your landlord, at restaurants, or at the Tourinform Office. Or you can order it from our webshop. Would you like to know what the most popular wines and types of grapes are around Hévíz?
It was produced by Bakonyi Károly by the crossing of Irsai Olivér and Roter Traminer. This kind of grape is resistant to frost, its wine is full-bodied and has a spicy taste. It is one of the most typical type in the Hévíz region. Wines made of this variety have been chosen as the wine of the town several times.
This is the most common and well-known grape variety in Hungary. It has a bitter almond taste and a distinctive aroma.
It is called ‘Szürkebarát’ (Grey monk) in Hungarian language. Its taste is rich in flavours and extract and it has fine acidity.
It is a reductive, well-recognisable, fruity, sometimes soft wine. It has a distinctive type of character.
It is a high-quality white wine grape variety. Its aroma is very characteristic, it is similar to that of the pepper. Its wine is thin, distinctive and easily recognisable.
This variety of grape is common worldwide, it has a French origin. Its wine is very characteristic, its aroma is reminiscent of grass, elderberry and nettle, which comes with fine acidity. It is also matured in bottle.
It was produced by Bakonyi Károly by the crossing of Irsai Olivér and Roter Traminer. This kind of grape is resistant to frost, its wine is full-bodied and has a spicy taste. It is one of the most typical type in the Hévíz region. Wines made of this variety have been chosen as the wine of the town several times. This variety of grape is common worldwide, it has a French origin. Its wine is very characteristic, its aroma is reminiscent of grass, elderberry and nettle, which comes with fine acidity. It is also matured in bottle.
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6. Places for wine tasting

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tartalom: + 1 The world of the wine cellars in Egregy Egregy is a particular part of the town which has a unique atmosphere. The wine cellars and the wine hill – the so-called “Grinzing” of Egregy – of the town which attracts guests themselves, is an extremely popular restaurant area in the green belt, offering heavy wines and Hungarian food. The guests may taste the specialties of Hungarian cuisine that are already famous beyond the borders of the country, as well as the “snack” offered by the local wine producers: fresh lard bread with paprika and onions. Egregy, which is located 1,500 meters from the town centre, was an independent part of the town for a long time, and still preserves its village-like atmosphere even today. Refreshed after the bath treatment, almost all the guests of Lake Hévíz visit Egregy once at least during their stay here, and while listening to the story-telling of frequent visitors, they also take a liking for the local specialties and the pleasant wines. You may access to the place on foot walking along the vineyard past the 12th-century church from the Árpád-dynasty, or by Dotto train starting from the town centre. The wine cellars of Egregy consist of two little streets; it is worth walking in all the streets around and visiting some of the cellars depending on your taste. In the summer you may hear Gypsy music coming from the cellars, trying to attract visitors walking in the streets. Yield to temptation! Clink your glasses to your health and Hévíz as well! Wine tastings are organized regularly in the following restaurants: Macchiato Caffe Korona Pension ***Restaurant Roman Cellar Restaurant Vilmos Cellar Rezi Weinhouse - Strázsai Cellar Premium Wine Tasting - until 30. August Did you know that wine has healing effects? It is largely due to alcohol, which increases the level of HDL cholesterol and decreases that of LDL cholesterol? consuming 1 to 2 glasses of wine (red wine) daily reduces the risk of heart disease? senile dementia can be delayed or prevented by drinking wine? the compounds of red grapes’ skin contain blood-thinning flavonoids, which also reduce the level of cholesterol?  

Friday 13th did not bring the Borbély Family Winery bad luck.

On 13th February 2015 the Wine of Town Hévíz was chosen for the 8th time, organised by the Hévíz TDM Association.

During the public and professional rating of the jury, the visitors could taste the six best wines. They intended to choose the wine that reflects the atmosphere of town Hévíz and would certainly appeal to the general public. That is why the Borbély Family Winery’s Gabriella Muscat Ottonel ’2014’ of Badacsony was chosen. According to the opinion of the jury it is harmonious, elegant and keepable, it suits well to the atmosphere of the spa town and it could be a worthy representative of Hévíz, since this wine will represent the town at touristic and protocol events in 2015.

The Wine of Town Hévíz 2015 can be purchased in the Tourinform Office in Hévíz and will be available at most of the restaurants and bars of Hévíz from the end of February 2015.

Find our wines in the Tourinform Office, restaurants, at your accommodation or in souvenir shops, and add to the good reputation of our town!

Welschriesling of Rezi of the vintage 2013 has become the Wine of Town Hévíz

The 7th Wine of Town Hévíz Selection took place at 1 pm on 23rd April 2014 in the Assembly hall of the Local Government of Hévíz. 10 wineries from County Zala and the Balaton Wine Region were invited. All of them could enter with not more than two types of dry white wine produced in the Wine Region.

The jury finally, after several re-tasting and consultation, chose the Strázsai Winery’s Welschriesling of Rezi of the vintage 2013 as the wine of the year. They hope that this wine does not only represent high quality this year, but will also be very popular with the guests, since it is very nice, popular and consumer-friendly.

The winning wine is also unique, as it was grown and produced very close to Hévíz, in a relatively small winery in Rezi.


 

The wine of the year 2013 is Bussay Winery’s fancy named wine: ESKÜVÉ. The wine of the vintage of 2011 is produced by cross-fertilizing Welschriesling and Rhine Riesling. It is harvested with high sugar content and aged in wooden barrels. It is full-bodied dry white wine.
The wine of the year 2013 is Bussay Winery’s fancy named wine: ESKÜVÉ. The wine of the vintage of 2011 is produced by cross-fertilizing Welschriesling and Rhine Riesling. It is harvested with high sugar content and aged in wooden barrels. It is full-bodied dry white wine.   
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7. Curious facts about Hévíz

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Lake Hévíz is the world’s largest biologically-active natural thermal lake, which is able to refresh body and soul alike. The source of the 4.4 ha water surface lake, rich in sulphur, and minerals can be found 38 metres deep in the cave, which due to its high well capacity completely changes in every 72 hours. The water of Lake Hévíz contains an equal proportion of dissolved and gaseous substances, thus unifying the favourable characteristics of thermal waters rich in carbonic acid, sulphur, calcium, magnesium, hydrogen carbonate. Lake Echo of New Zealand is larger and its water is warmer, but it cannot be compared to the particularities of the Hungarian lake as it is not suitable for bathing and cannot be used for medical purposes. The history of Hévíz Lake The origins of Lake Hévíz go back to the ancient times when Lake Balaton and the basalt mountains around the lake were formulated. At the end of the Pannon-era volcanoes disrupted the layout of the Trans-Danube region. The healing power of the water was already known to our ancestors. The first signs of post-volcanic activity were the spring of heat sources, as was the eruption of “Ancient Hévíz”. Archaeological excavations prove that this area was inhabited even at the end of the Stone Age. The art relic church on Egregy hill was built during the reign of the Árpád-dynasty, which uniquely preserved the reminiscence of the era. Legends are connected with miracles; nevertheless, Hévíz is a miracle in itself. According to an ancient legend on the origin and healing effect of the lake, the Holy Virgin wrung a spring by the appealing prayer of a Christian nurse. The nurse wanted to heal an invalid child. The hot water of the lake breaking out from the depth and the steaming mud completely cured the weak child. The legend stems from the Roman age and the mentioned child was definitely the East Roman emperor, Flavius Theodosius, who declared Christianity the official religion in his own empire in 391. The spring has been feeding the world-wide unique Lake of Hévíz ever since. According to another legend once upon a time the commander of Csobánc castle fell in love with the daughter of Tátika castle’s castellan. The commander had often seen the girl leaning on her elbow at the towers of the castle. The two castellans were enemies. The commander of Csobánc castle went to fight for the girl. It was only revealed that the girl was lame in both feet when he won the fight. As an old woman suggested, after the wedding they built a house for themselves on the shores of Hévíz Lake so that the young lady could often dip her legs into the warm water. A few weeks later the lame feet were healed and the lovers lived happily ever after. It happened even earlier than our great-great-grandfathers’ times that a shepherd grazed his stock in the surrounding hills and herded them beside the moor to drink. Suddenly he saw that one of his footsore cow kept disappearing in the shrubbery and just stood there. As he went closer he felt that the water was much warmer there. After that he came to bath his sore feet in the steaming water several times. Not even a lunistice passed and the miracle happened: his foot pain completely disappeared. This took wind in the estate and the shrewd landowner enclosed the warm water. This is how the thermal lake came into being for the happiness of many sick people. Did you heard about the legendary cherubs? The main entrance of the lake is guarded by two cherubs, which were made on behalf of the Festetics family at the turn of the 19th and 20th century and they are very similar to the Zsolnay family’s cherubs in Pécs. The dragon made of a lion and an eagle can also be found on Hévíz’s official coat of arms. The cherubs served the gods in the mythology of the ancient Semite folks. They stood in front of the gates and kept away the demons. Their images were engraved in the stones of kings’ palace gates or church gates, most likely that is why the Festetics family had them made as well.According to the legend, if someone walks through between two cherubs without love in the heart, the cherubs start speaking. According to another storyteller not the cherubs but the copper rooster placed on one of the towers of the baths starts speaking, if someone leaves the town without love. But there has never been a precedent for this.    Did you know, that the water temperature may reach 23-25 °C in winter and 33-36 °C in summer? The water of the lake is in a constant move. On the one hand, it is moving from left to the right, and on the other hand, warm water moves upwards while cold water goes downwards. This two-way flow keeps the water of the lake in a constant move, thus leaving a special massaging effect on the human skin. in winter it provides a spectacular and unique experience when the condensed steam forms a steam cap on the top of the lake surface? This “cap” prevents water from cooling down, and at the same time a natural inhalatorium is formed. Hydrogen sulphide is released into the air, which have medical effects on the exhausted vocal cords when inhaled. according to the memoires from the Roman era, the oldest and most famous thermal bath in Hungary can take pride in a history of over 2,000 years? Lake Hévíz, together with the volcanic hills of the Tapolca basin and those of the Tihany peninsula were included in the recommendation list of the World Heritage National Hungarian Committee in January 2003?
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8. Man-made attractions

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tartalom: + 1 Explore the famous buildings, and sights of our city What are the names of the buildings Schulhof Promenade? What can you find in the Pedestrian street? How many people can get in to the Blue church? The Heart of Jesus church why is called as “Fradi church”? When was the foundation stone of the City Hall settled? How many times was the Church from the Arpadian age restored? Church from the Arpadian age Calvinist Church? What kind of exhibitions can be found in the Museal collection? What can you buy at the local Market? What memories can you find in the Museum of Egregy? What symbolize the Flavius wish ribbons? What do you have to know about the legendary cherubs? Here you can find all the answers!   There are several artworks in the public places of the town; you can see a statue or sculpture nearly in every street, most of them were created by the famous sculptor, László Marton. In the park of the Lake Spa, known as Hévíz Statue Park, there is a group of statues including the busts of three outstanding figures of Hungarian literature: bust of Zsigmond Móricz (created by László Kutas), Mihály Csokonai Vitéz ( by József Rátonyi) and Dániel Berzsenyi (by Tibor Riger). You can see 13 memorial tablets placed on the wall of the Winter Spa to commemorate the most famous visitors of the Spa. Dr. Schulhof Vilmos Promenade The Promenade is part of the park, located around the thermal lake. The Dr. Schulhof Vilmos Promenade is starting from the “Indoor bath” („télifürdő”) building, located at the end of the pedestrian zone and it leads to the main entrance of the thermal lake. Hévíz Lake is situated on one side of the Promenade, which is shaded by sycamore trees and bordered by benches, while on the other side we can find the historical buildings of Szent András Reumakórház (Saint Andrew’s Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases). These buildings were built in the 1870s and they were transformed into the current two-storey structures in the beginning of the 1900s. Each house got its own history.
The Art Nouveau style building is located at the northern part of the „Újtelep”, an area established by the Festetics Family. It was named after György Festetics, founder of the town of spas. Currently the György House is accommodating the “A” Building of Szent András Reumakórház (Saint Andrew Rheumatologic Hospital).
It was named after Ferenc Rákóczi the Second, as the building was built in 1863 and the ashes of Ferenc Rákóczi were brought back from Turkey to Hungary in the same year. Currently the Rákóczi House is accommodating the “B” Building of Szent András Reumakórház (Saint Andrew Rheumatologic Hospital).
The building was named after Ella Karola, who was the daughter of Tasziló Festetics. Currently it is accommodating the “C” building of Szent András Reumakórház (Saint Andrew Rheumatologic Hospital).
If we carry on towards south, the next building is a restaurant and assembly hall. The border of the Festetics Estate stretched to this building; this was the first house built from stone. It was built at the end of the 1860s for accommodating guests of the thermal bath. An additional storey was added to the building in 1909, and it became a “Cure Saloon” („Kúrszalon”), which at the time was necessary at bathing resorts. Currently the assembly hall of Szent András Reumakórház (Saint Andrew Rheumatologic Hospital) can be found here.
Francis Joseph – the King of Hungary and Austrian Emperor- made Festetics (II.) Tasziló into prince in the year of the building’s handover, who was the builder of the building. Therefore the choice of name for the building. Currently the Francis Joseph House is accommodating the “D” Building of Szent András Reumakórház (Saint Andrew Rheumatologic Hospital).
The building was built based on the plans of Ferenc Lonkay, the manorial architect of the Festetics Family in 1870-71. The house was part of the “Újtelep”, where the houses were serial numbered. Therefore the choice of name for the building. Currently a hotel is operated in the building under the management of Hévíz Medicinal Spa and Saint Andrew Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases.
The original name of the building was Tasziló villa, but after the death of Prince Festetics (II.) Tasziló it was renamed to Deák House after Ferenc Deák.
The Art Nouveau style building is located at the northern part of the „Újtelep”, an area established by the Festetics Family. It was named after György Festetics, founder of the town of spas. Currently the György House is accommodating the “A” Building of Szent András Reumakórház (Saint Andrew Rheumatologic Hospital). The original name of the building was Tasziló villa, but after the death of Prince Festetics (II.) Tasziló it was renamed to Deák House after Ferenc Deák. Look around in our 3D tour!    Pedestrian Zone The entire length of Rákóczi Street is a pedestrian zone. This street connects Széchenyi Street (which is the main street) with Dr. Schulhof Vilmos Promenade. The Tourinform Office is located at the beginning of Rákóczi Street. If you are coming from Széchenyi Street you will find the Office is on your right. The tourist information office is open all year round and offers programs in the area and tourist information for the visitors. The office also provides internet facilities and bicycle rental services. If you carry on down Rákóczi Street towards the thermal bath it is worth looking at the buildings hiding behind the trees among boutiques, cafeterias and ice cream parlours. The pedestrian zone is bordered by villas built in the 1920s, which are nowadays - after significant restoration works-  accommodate apartments and cafeterias. Fontana Motion Picture Theatre (Fontana Filmszínház) is located half way down Rákóczi Street and opposite the id. Dr. Moll Károly Square with a fountain and the full size bronze statue of Károly Moll. Károly Moll is the „father” of weight bath, which he developed in Hévíz in the 1950s. The building of the Indoor bath is situated at the end of the street. The Therapeutic Centre (Terápiás Centrum) was handed over in 1968, which is nick-named by the locals as the winter bath. It was reconstructed in 2004 and there are plans to extend and further develop the building in the near future. We can view the Pantheon on the external wall of the building, and in the foyer the Jupiter stone is exhibited, which proves that people were living in this area already 2000 years ago. Look around in our 3D tour!    Building of the City-hall The new building of the city-hall is located at the Kossuth Lajos street, it was constructed between 1998 and 1999 on the place of the former town-house. It was inaugurated on September 9th, 1999. The building is one of the important eyemarks of Heviz; it was built in 1950, and in 1997 the renovation was started behind the former town-hall. On January 31st, 1998 Bertalan Farkas, the first astronaut of Hungary and the mayor laid the foundation stone. The plans were prepared by Laszlo Benczur and Peter Takacs, under the co-ordination of Peter Reinholz Kossuth Prize-winning architect. The Building-trade Company of Zala county was implementing it. The useful floor-space of the building is 3367 m2. The office of the local government is located in the building, its employees receive the clients every working day. The southern side wing includes a conference and theatre hall for 200 persons, this facility serves not only the meetings of the city, but all other scientific and cultural events.   Look around in our 3D tour!      Church from the Arpadian age The Egregy part of the town called Hévíz used to be a medieval village, which has been destroyed during the Turkish occupation and has been rebuilt by German settlers in the 17th century. The traditions of vine-growing are preserved by the local oenologists and inns. One of the pearls of the town, the ancient monument church built in the 13th century is located in the Egregy part of the town. The church is surrounded by a graveyard. From the top of the hills there is a wonderful view to see. The exact date of the construction of the church is unknown; presumably it was built in the middle of the 13th century. Written records mention it for the first time in 1341. The building was heavily damaged during the 16-17th century, in the baroque times it has been renovated in 1731. Luckily only the parts that absolutely needed action were involved in the renovation, therefore, the medieval form of the church remained. The results of this renovation included the internal and the external decorative paintings, heightening of the nef, and the missing arches have been replaced, too. The first patron of the church was St. Catherine of Alexandria. After the renovation the church has been consecrated again, and the new saint patron was St. Magdalena. Then the church has been subject to renovations repeatedly: in 1860, in 1912, between 1964 and 1965, in 1990, 1991 and in 2015. There is an opened baroque door on the southern side. The arching of the tower has been renewed in the 18th century, and the quadrangular nef adjoins it. The only decorative element adding space to the interior of the church is the row of chambers in the northern wall. It is important to pay attention to the paintings on the wall of the church. These are not of medieval origin, but are the clear evidence of the architectural enrichment of the church. It reflects the due respect of the folk art treasure forms. Inside the building there are the fragments of a baptising pool from the Roman age, and a consecrated cross from the medieval age. The church of Egregy is one of the three churches from the Arpadian age left entire in the area of Lake Balaton. The structure and the space of the orientated church are clear-cut, it has a straight sanctuary and a single nef. The tower has three floors of rich formation, with double and triple windows. The tower is covered by an octagonal helmet-shaped roof reinforced by eight quarter-timbers. The foundations preserved the forms used for building from wood. The painted decorations and the scratched forms remained on the external surfaces. Look around in our 3D tour!      Heart of Jesus church The Heart of Jesus church is located in the Egregy part of the town. It consists of two parts constructed in different ages. Close to the church there are building ruins left from the Roman age, the excavation was brought to a close in 2004.Its GPS co-ordinates are the following: N 46° 48' 07.28" , E 17° 11' 20,94” The church was built based on the plans of Janos Bocskai architect. The belfry was built at the beginning of the 20th century, while the nef was completed in 1994-1995. The belfry built in 1905 had two floors, but in 1937 a third floor was added. The tower built in Roman style has twin windows and includes a small and a large bell. The small bell has been founded to do homage to Maria Magdalena in 1905. In 1937 the large bell was founded upon the order of Egregy village to do homage to those who died in the King’s service. To pay homage to those 16 people lost in World War I there is a table made of stone in the middle of the cope and the names are listed on this. In commemoration of them again there were 16 trees planted, together with grave-markers having each name, date of birth and birth of death carved into those. There are only 6 trees alive as of today. To pay homage also to those who died in World War II there was a memorial tablet placed into the wall of the belfry, including the names of the young people from Egregy who died. Later the tablet has been moved to the graveyard. In 1994 the construction of the church nef started in accordance with the plans of Janos Bocskai. Then it has been consecrated by Dr. Gaspar Ladocsi major-general, chaplain general to the forces on April 22nd, 1995. The church is also called Fradi church, due the significant support provided by Sport Club of Ferencvaros (Fradi) for the construction. The white and green colours of the interior and the small memorial corner reflect the ties with the club. Look around in our 3D tour!      Holy Spirit Catholic Church The Holy Spirit Catholic Church is the largest church of Hévíz. Its seating capacity is about 1000. The foundation stone of the church was laid by Jozsef Szendi then bishop in May 1996.Its GPS co-ordinates are the following: N 46° 47' 21.85", E 17° 11' 06.04"The church was built based on the plans of Janos Bocskai architect. Due to the support of the town and the population it has been completed in three years. The seven sky-high towers serve as a guide for the visitors of the town. The seven towers are the symbols of the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit. On September 9th, 1999 it has been consecrated together with the Town Hall by Jozsef Szendi retired bishop. The interior of the church is alloying modern architecture and tradition enhanced mainly by the nice wooden panels. Its excellent acoustics makes it a suitable scene for giving organ concerts, too. The colourful windows with their Gothic-like forms are the hand-made products of Endre Simon artist from Heviz. The torso cross on the wall of the sanctuary is a 200 years old art treasure that has been granted to the church and has been restored by Gyula Karolyi restorer and painter. The bronze statue of Christ on the left side of the altar was created by Laszlo Marton. He is also the composer of the bronze statue called the Dowager of the Hungarians standing on the right side and wearing the Hungarian Crown. The lustre glaze pictures on the walls were made by Laszlo Morvay. The wooden structure was built by Tibor Kováts and the wooden works of the interior were produced by Andras Hegedus. There are four bells in the towers. In the garden of the church and in its neighbourhood there are several statues and reliefs. Due to static reasons there was no bell placed in the highest tower. In the tower on the left there are two bells ringing, one of those have been founded by Dr. Bela Horvath and his family to pay homage to Saint Peter, the another was moved here from the old church. One of the bells in the right tower have been founded to do homage to Saint Paul and the costs were covered by the widow of Imre Varga, its another bell is again from the old church. Look around in our 3D tour!     Calvinist church The Calvinist church was constructed between 1995 and 1998 based on the 1941 plans of Balint Szeghalmy architect from Nagyvarad. The marble decorations of the building are evocating of the Hungarian Calvinist churches of Transylvania. When creating the interior the Calvinist traditions were followed and it has remarkable woodworks. The church is used both by the Calvinist and the Lutheran denominations for servicing and meetings. Indeed only the minority of the population of the town is Calvinist or evangelical, but every year there are thousands of visitors belonging to these churches arrive here from Hungary and from abroad. The Calvinist from Heviz used to have no church, their meetings were held in houses and in the Community Centre of the Spa-Hospital. The evangelists used the small room of the movie theatre, then the lobby of Hotel Alba and the Community Centre of the hospital. In 1994 the city council made a donation of this piece of land to the denominations. It was again the local government supporting the construction, then a funding was started in order to cover the remaining costs of the works started in 1995. The foundation stone of the Calvinist church was laid on June 21st, 1997. The finished church building was consecrated by Dr. Bela Harmati evangelist bishop and Dr. Mihaly Markus Calvinist bishop. Karoly Borsos and his family made the donation of the bell located under the opened arch of the tower to the church. Look around in our 3D tour!    Art Cinema The official name of Hévíz Art Cinema is Fontana Filmszínház (Fontana Motion Picture Theatre). The Motion Picture Theatre has a projection room for 130 people, which was renovated in 2015. Recently new digital technology equipment has been installed ensuring up-to-date video and sound quality. Local collections In Hévíz you can find recreation facilities not only for your body but for your mental condition as well. In the course of a nice afternoon walk it is worth visiting the Hévíz Museum Collection, which can find above the Fontana Cinema in the walking street. The permanent exhibition allows visitors to get insight into the 210-year past of Hévíz in the room of the local history. Visitors can also see the memorial room named after dr. Károly Moll, which was set up in commemoration of the famous doctors from Hévíz. In the Museum there are also some temporary exhibitions to be visited apart from the permanent one. The Museum’s permanent exhibitions are “History of Hévíz”, “Memories from Hévíz Spa”, ”Medical History Memorial Room for Senior dr. Károly Moll” and “Exhibitions of artist József Simon”. The outside front of the building is decorated with the work named “Spring” by Munkácsy Prize awarded ceramic artist János Németh. The Museum is open for visitors between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. from Tuesday to Saturday. There are no admission fees. Regular exhibitions THE WORLD’S UNIQUE – Balneology and local history exhibition – During the MUNKÁCSY exhibition it cannot be visited independently! It can only be viewed with the ticket purchased for the MUNKÁCSY exhibition! The museum will be closed between 8th January 2018 till 21st January 2018. If you come to Héviz for a fairly long time and you also consider cultural programs important during a medicinal cure, the Zsigmond Móricz Town Library might be interesting for you; you can borrow books both in Hungarian and foreign languages there. Beside the Museum you can also find temporary exhibitions on several other spots of the town, for instance, in the Gallery of the Fine Arts of the Aquamarine Hotel there are exhibitions regularly, where tourists can meet artists in person at the opening of the exhibitions or in the Show Room of the Magyar Csárda Restaurant being in service for more than 15 years, and major hotels also organize exhibitions of fine arts on temporary basis. The exhibitions may be visited free of charge. And once the Fontana Motion Picture Theatre has been mentioned, we recommend the cinema as an entertaining evening program for young visitors. Having a cinema is quite unusual in the area, as there is no cinema even in Keszthely. The cinema has a seating capacity of 104 persons. Recently new digital technology equipment has been installed; as a result, both the video and the sound technique meet the most modern requirements. However, we should warn visitors not to expect the standard of multiplex cinemas but they should imagine a nice cinema typical of small towns. Have fun and enjoy mental recreation. Look around in our 3D tour!      Cafeterias The buildings located next to the main car park in Széchenyi Street are called „the row of cafeterias”.If you approach Hévíz from the direction of Lake Balaton, turn right at the first crossing to Széchenyi Street, and after passing the forest belt you can already see the cafeterias. If you fancy a tasty “lángos” (fried dough) or a grilled sausage, here you can find what you are looking for from the wide choice of delicacies offered by the best buffets. If you prefer a traditional dinner or lunch, don’t hesitate to treat yourself in one of the many restaurants of town. You can purchase Hévíz gifts and the must have swimming aid during your holiday at the gift shops located in between the cafeterias. Life music and entertainment programmes are also offered to the tourists in the evenings. Look around in our 3D tour!   Egregy Wine Cellars The Egregy part of Hévíz town is famous for its gastronomic delicacies. From downtown you can access the wine cellars in 25 minutes on foot. On your way you will pass Jesus’ Heart Church (Jézus szíve templom) at the end of Zrínyi Street or you can visit the Roman excavation site at the end of Attila Street. In the evenings the wine cellars and restaurants built in between the rows of vines are magnets for the guests of the town. This is a great place for the guests - exhausted after bathing – to charge up with a nice dinner or enjoy a wine tasting event while listening to live music. Restaurants offer not only traditional Hungarian specialties, but also international dishes on their open air terraces or in the cosy wine cellars. If you carry on down Dombföldi Street among the wine cellars, you can reach the Arpadian Age Church, which is one the most beautiful built cultural heritage of Hévíz. Look around in our 3D tour!      Museum of Egregy The artefacts of the permanent exhibition in the newly established museum of Egregy, operating since October 2015, cover a wide time interval: the exhibition starts from 6,000 BC and ends with the Middle Ages. The first of the thirteen exhibition cases presents the New Stone Age, because it can be archeologically recorded that the first settlers appeared in Egregy then, i.e. in the 6th millennia before Christ. This is demonstrated by the excavated stone tools, pottery fragments.     Making a few steps, in front of the findings of the Bronze Age, the Early, the Middle and the Late Iron Age – potteries, urns, jewelleries and body stamps – you step over to the Roman Ages, to which five display cases bear witness. The coins unearthed from the mud of Hévíz Lake prove: the Romans used the lake not only for industrial purposes, but also as a health resort as far back as two thousand years ago. You can also get acquainted with the Roman architecture, the building materials used, and you can also find altar stones here. In a separate room, those who are interested can view the reconstructed images of Roman villas, including the picture of the Villa Rustica situated next to the museum. In the Roman period, buildings of this kind were typically given to veteran soldiers as a noble gift. In the ground plan of the building in Egregy, you can observe the pillars of a Roman hot water bath and also a Mithras altar from a later era. Mosaic pieces, glass window fragments, two copper figurines and a tiny roe deer figurine, which is unique in its kind, tell about the past in the exhibition cases. Some experts believe: it was the plaything of a patrician’s child living in the villa rustica and it was cast in bronze on the basis of a model in the late imperial era. Others say that the roe deer was a totem animal placed in a tomb. Belt buckles, ornaments and potteries bear witness to the Migration Period, and also the skeleton of a witch from the 9th century survived. One of the unique phenomena of the settlement excavated in the Hévíz Hill is a 23-30 years old woman buried in a house, of whom the community of the village was certainly afraid.  The objects placed around her – such as a jar for storing “magic herbs” and an incense – can refer to her particular profession, and to the fact that the community regarded her as a witch. It is proven by the fact that after the body was placed in an unusual posture – both arms were bent to her shoulders, her legs slightly astride, in frog position - on the ground, the house was demolished and covered in soil. The experts presume: the woman was the victim of practises against vampirism. The museum of Egregy is open from 8.00 am to 6.00 pm from Monday to Saturday.Website: http://korokesborok.heviz.hu/en/information/opening-hours-ticket-infoTicket prices:- Adults: 500,- HUF- Students, seniors and children up to 6 years: 200,- HUF- Family ticket: 2 adults + 2 or more children 1.000,- HUF Tomb of the Roman soldier The tomb of the Roman soldier, or the late Roman brick-tomb is located in the Egregy part of Heviz. The tomb was made out of bricks with quicklime.It has been discovered in 1925 when doing earthworks and it was fully intact. The objects found in the tomb were from the era of the Roman imperator Constantinus II. Bronze belt decoration, cloth clamps, knife made of iron, coins of the imperator and of course the skeleton of a Roman soldier were found. The findings were placed in the Balaton Museum located in Keszthely, and the skeleton was left on its place. In 1931 the ruins of a Roman cottage of the early Augustan age were discovered a few hundred meters to the East of the tomb, in the neighbourhood of the Villa Rustica excavated between 2001 and 2004. The house was built at the end of the 1st century. The findigs suggest that the building must have been richly decorated and it was still in use in the 4th century. When digging in the backyard of one of the houses of Egregyi Street a brick burning kiln was found. The items discovered in the neighbouring area testify that man of means have been staying here long time ago. For example on the way to the church to the Arpadian age there was a clay pot found, and there were 276 pieces of Roman coins from the 4th century in it. Look around in our 3D tour!   Roman ruin garden Even the ancient Romans discovered and used the lake of Hévíz. This is shown by the roman ruin garden located at the end of Attila Street, which was completely renovated in 2011. The remains of the roman villa from the early Imperial times were discovered in 1931 and then the building of Villa Rustica was excavated between 2001 and 2003 in its vicinity. The house was built at the end of the 1st century. According to the findings it must have been a richly decorated building and it was used even in the 4th century. At the turn of the 1st and 2nd centuries a large stone building was erected in its place which was 45 meters long and almost 23 meters wide, therefore more than 1000 square meters. The building had a porticus (columned porch) on the eastern side and some pools with warm, lukewarm and cold water. But it is not certain whether the building was the residential building (villa urbana) of the villa-farm, since there was no evidence of central heating. The building is believed to have been ruined towards the end of the 2nd century, but in the 3rd century it was rebuilt with other interior design. Even a Mithras shrine was built in. The foundation stone of the altar was discovered during the excavation. The shrine and the building were destroyed in the 4th century, but soon it was rebuilt. At the beginning of the 5th century it was ruined completely. The function of the building is uncertain also in this period. Probably it was used for some kind of economic activity. Look around in our 3D tour!      Flavius wish ribbons at the ruins of Villa Rustica Hundreds of wishes written on ribbons make the Roman ruin garden, located at the Museum of Egregy at the end of Attila Street, decorated. Placing colourful ribbons revive a Roman legend.    The most well-known Hévíz legend about the formation of the lake and its miraculous effect is linked to the Roman Emperor Flavius Theodosius. According to the legend, Flavius suffered from infantile paralysis. Every day, his Christian nurse prayed to Virgin Mary asking for the boy’s recovery. Virgin Mary answered her prayers and brought forth water. A whole lake was formed from the thermal spring. The nurse bathed the ill child in the water of the lake regularly. Miraculously, Flavius got over his illness by the help of the water and became a strong, healthy ruler, the emperor of the Roman Empire. Out of gratitude, he declared Christianity the official religion throughout the realm in 391. The legendary curative lake is none other than Lake Hévíz, in the water of which thousands of patients have been healed and have regained the pleasure of healthy movement since then. Flavius wish ribbons can be purchased in the Webshop, in the Museum of Egregy and in the Tourinform Office in Hévíz at a price of HUF 200. Farmers' market of Hévíz Evoking the old times, the area behind the large car park is getting full of vendors on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.  Occasionally visitors can meet the products of honey producers, pickles and juice makers, cheese and vegetable vendors accompanied by traditional Transylvanian music. Fresh bread, sausages, home-made cakes and cow milk can be even tasted before purchasing them. Beside the fine goods, craftsmen sell their wares. Pottery, baskets or even hand-made soaps can be bought on the spot. The farmers’ market of Hévíz offers high-quality and chemical-free products for the conscious customers. Shopping here will not only support the local farmers, but it is a decision for healthy living. The 800 vendors, who offer their product for sale from time to time, have already decided for the Farmers’ market of Hévíz. Visit us, come and see for yourself! Opening hours:Till 31 December:Tuesday: 7:00 - 13.00Thursday: 13:00 -19:00Saturday 7:00 -13:00 1 January - 26. March:Thursday: 12:00 -18:00Saturday 8:00 -13:00 Look around in our 3D tour!    Cherubs The main entrance of the lake is guarded by two cherubs, which were made on behalf of the Festetics family at the turn of the 19th and 20th century and they are very similar to the Zsolnay family’s cherubs in Pécs. The dragon made of a lion and an eagle can also be found on Hévíz’s official coat of arms. The cherubs served the gods in the mythology of the ancient Semite folks. They stood in front of the gates and kept away the demons. Their images were engraved in the stones of kings’ palace gates or church gates, most likely that is why the Festetics family had them made as well.  According to the legend, if someone walks through between two cherubs without love in the heart, the cherubs start speaking. According to another storyteller not the cherubs but the copper rooster placed on one of the towers of the baths starts speaking, if someone leaves the town without love. But there has never been a precedent for this. 
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9. Hévíz Info

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tartalom: + 1 Hévíz Information No doubt you are planning your holidays if you have clicked on this site. Would you like to find out as much information as possible as a prospective visitor of ours and ensure that your well-planned stay here is untroubled and cloudless? We are ready to help you; we have collected all the useful hints and tips you might need to be familiar with when you arrive in our town. If you come here just for a one-day visit, an important starting point could be the car park in the town centre, where we have introduced reduced parking fees this year for the safety of your car even for all day. The spa and thermal lake are just a five-minutes’ walk from here. You must not skip bathing in the lake as it offers you an unforgettable experience in winter and summer alike. Should you need any up-to-date information, just pop in the Tourinform Office, where you can get further useful hints on the leisure opportunities; events, places of interest in the area and some other services. As for a program after bathing, we recommend our restaurants to your attention where you can also taste the specialties of Zala gastronomy. After a substantial dinner you should take a walk in the inner town or join a historic sightseeing tour, or perhaps you could take a “Dotto” sightseeing train to look around. You may interrupt the “Dotto” sightseeing in Egregy where your family members (except children and the driver on your way home) can make the day in Hévíz richer in experiences by wine tasting in the winery row. No matter which season you choose to come for a holiday in Hévíz, before leaving home you should browse our booklet of the local events; the spa concerts, shows and seasonal festivals offer you to have great fun. With regard to all these, we believe that you’d rather come and stay in Hévíz for longer than one or two days so that you will have a chance to experience each opportunity both of the active and passive ways of recreation. The hotels in Hévíz await their guests with a wide range of services of high standard. You can make your choice from a rich variety of 3, 4 and 5-star hotels or private guest houses with an atmosphere of intimacy. The services of the Hévíz hotels and guest houses include curative treatment, health-giving therapy, wellness recreation, family relaxation and exercise programs equally. If you need any further information, contact us via E-mail or on telephone. >>> TAKE HÉVÍZ HOME! Visit our office, where you can buy many „Hévíz marked” products as a gift. If you don’t have any time to get there during your vacation, you can order these products from our webshop. Order prospect simple >>>  
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10. Traditional Hévíz Therapy

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tartalom: + 1 However, the roots of the bathing cure known today date back to 1795, into the times of Count György Festetics. Thanks to the knowledge, accumulated since then, and to the expertise, hundreds of thousands have regained their health, so the Traditional Hévíz Therapy has become a trademark of the town. The Traditional Hévíz Therapy is based on the medicinal water of Hévíz, which, due to its rich mineral content, is particularly effective in the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. Its effectiveness is proved by recent medical researches as well as thousands of cured guests. Using it as natural medicine – under medical guidelines – can help to mitigate several complaints. In the course of the Traditional Hévíz Therapy, the original complex Hévíz therapy is carried out on the chosen location in order that you can receive the most effective treatment method.
How does the Traditional Hévíz Therapy begin?In each case, the setting up of the complex therapy plan is preceded by a medical examination with condition assessment. Based on your personal condition, the specialists determine the therapy elements that build on each other, such as the duration of bathing in the medicinal water, the type and frequency of treatments, on the spot.The treatments are carried out according to specified rules by qualified personnel and under continuous medical control for the sake of your receiving quality service. What does the Traditional Hévíz Therapy consist of?The basic elements of the therapy, according to the individual treatment plan, may include: Bathing in qualified thermal water Medicinal mud wrap or mud bath of Hévíz Weight bath – based on a rheumatologist of Hévíz, Dr Moll Károly's invention Additional elements of the therapy, according to the individual treatment plan, may include: Consuming medicinal water of Hévíz from a drinking-fountain Therapeutic massage Movement therapy individually and/or in a group Physiotherapeutic treatments (electro-magnetic-mechano-light, etc.) Hydrotherapy: CO2 bathtub, underwater jet massage, galvanic bath Based on the condition assessment, a specialist determines, which of the above mentioned treatments are recommended to relieve your complaints. Each therapy is individually designed making sure that its elements reinforce each other. The healing treasures of the water are complemented and made complex by the curative power given by the natural environment. The green trees around the lake, the evaporating steam, which spreads out above the lake as a dome, exert their positive impact together. How long does the Traditional Hévíz Therapy take?During the Traditional Hévíz Therapy you attend at least 15 treatments from among the above described ones on consecutive days. The duration of the therapy should be 2 weeks in an ideal case. Not only do the treatments of Hévíz result in momentary improvement, but they also prevent the recurrence of pain for months. Where is the Traditional Hévíz Therapy available?A number of service provider offer the Traditional Hévíz Therapy and guarantee the proper application of knowledge and experience acquired over centuries. The Traditional Hévíz Therapy is available at the following locations: SAINT ANDREW HOSPITAL FOR RHEUMATIC DISEASES - Hotel Spa Hévíz **** Danubius Health Spa Resort Aqua**** Danubius Health Spa Resort Hévíz****superior Hotel Aquamarin*** Hotel Európa fit****superior Hunguest Hotel Helios*** Kolping Hotel Spa & Family Resort**** Medical Centre (BM Sanatorium) NaturMed Hotel Carbona****superior Take the Traditional Hévíz Therapy and experience the positive effects of the therapeutic factors! Many people can be thankful for the thermal water located here for their recovery. We asked Dr. Mándó Zsuzsanna, the medical director of Hévíz Spa and Saint Andrew’s Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases about the secret of the lake: What is so special about the thermal lake? The spring of the lake, which is rich in minerals, arises from a 38 metres deep cave, where tens of thousands of years old hot and cold karst waters mix with each other. The discharge of the lake is 410 l/s, so the water is completely changed every three days, the temperature in winter does not drop below 22 degrees Celsius – so outdoor bathing is also possible in winter -, in summer it even reaches 38 degrees Celsius.Because of its unique environment, the flora and fauna of the lake is very special, the different coloured water lilies planted in the lake are beautiful sights, they even blossom in late autumn. What kind of complaints can effectively be relieved by this water? The medicinal water of Hévíz can mainly be used for musculoskeletal diseases, including cases where follow-up treatments are needed after rheumatic, orthopaedic, musculoskeletal operations and injuries, but it is also perfectly suitable for chronic gynaecological and dermatological diseases as a complementary treatment. See the indications here!
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11. Wellness ABC

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tartalom: + 1 To evolve a conscious lifestyle is necessary to carry about the body, nut just the soul. The wellness treatments can help you a lot.We collected the most important wellness treatments, cure types for you.
Acupressure Acupuncture Anti-aging Aquarobic Aroma light-therapy Ayurveda Balneotherapy Caldarium Fango Jacuzzi Jogging Chinese massage Cleopatra-bath Kneipp steps Laconium Lomi Lomi Nui Lymphatic massage Qi-Gong Paraffin treatment Shiatsu Step Aerobic Stretching Sole massage Thai massage Thalassotherapy Yumeiho   Acupressure In the course of the acupressure, the particular points of the body are massaged with finger pads or nails. As a result, the direction and the intensity of the flow of the chi, that is a vital force, in the meridians will be restored to the normal and healthy channel. Acupuncture Human has around 360 main acupuncture points, and through these points, certain disorders of the body may be stopped by using acupuncture needles. The acupuncture is quite effective against pains and it also stimulates blood flow, stabilizes circulation, increases the body energy level and improves the general state of health. Anti-agingIt comprises treatments which help you remain fit and young, including stress relief, exercise therapy, beautician techniques, change of eating habits, vitalizing substances, brain training, change of lifestyle, and many others. AquarobicIt is gymnastics performed in water and accompanied with instructions and mostly with music, which is protective to joints but it is also featured of training and massage as it requires force against the water pressure. Aroma light-therapyIt is not the scent what is primarily used in aroma-therapy treatments but the volatile oil extracted out of plants. Volatile oils have certain components that get locally active within the body and perform only a secondary effect through smelling.With lighting during the light therapy colored light penetrates deep into the skin so that to stimulate the positive reactions of the cells to everyday complaints and mental disorders. AyurvedaThe Ayurveda is an ancient Indian system of medicine and philosophy at the same time, which aims at the individual instead of the treatment of disease or symptoms by consideration and comparison of the individual habitus, climate, the seasons of the year and parts of the day, lifestyle, diet and many other aspects. BalneotherapyThis is a kind of treatment with medicinal water or so-called thermal mineral water not classified as medicinal water yet. It comprises drinking cure with such waters, inhalation, mud treatment, carbonated baths, and medicinal baths. CaldariumThis is one of the facilities used in Roman baths, which means hot water bathroom. The caldarium, usually tiled or covered with marble, in which people usually stay for 30 to 40 minutes, poses less burden on human organism than a sauna due to the lower temperatures (40-50 °C) and the humidity of the air (70-100%). FangoMud pack from ground volcanic rock is applied to a certain part or the whole of the body. Fango is capable of holding heat for a long period, rich in minerals and free of organic substances. It has been used for the treatment of rheumatism for centuries, and it is also used for beautician purposes. JacuzziThe water-jets directed to the particular points of the body and the massage promotes full relaxation. Due to the intensified blood circulation your body will get more oxygen so you’ll feel fit. The pores of skin get larger and due to the intensified blood circulation, your skin will be purified from toxins. As a result, the skin will be firmer and more elastic. JoggingJogging combines all the benefits of walking; it conditions the heart, improves muscle tone and strength, relieves stress, and can help with a variety of health problems, such as osteoporosis, heart disease and arthritis. Chinese massageThe Chinese massage may be considered as a kind of acupuncture combined with stretching. The massage may consist of various parts. It may refer to the spine massage and the Chinese head massage aiming at the head and neck. During the massage, the acupuncture points are treated as well. The Chinese massage also includes the stretching of muscles or joints. Cleopatra-bath Cleopatra, the Egyptian Queen did her best to fight ageism; she tried to make her skin soft and healthy by having a bath with donkey milk in it. The beauty care products named after her suggest having a bath with a mixture of milk and vegetable oil. These products are based on the conditioning and nourishing effects that milk and vegetable oils have on the skin. Kneipp stepsYou tread cold water stepping on pebbles placed on the bottom of a tub while walking around. The legs are lifted out of the tub at every step so that the cold water and the warm air will provide the contrasting bath character. The pebbles gently massage the reflex zones of the soles initiating a certain regulatory process. LaconiumIt is a cool version of the Finnish sauna. The temperature may not exceed 55 C° and the degree of humidity is insignificant. It enhances congestion and supports the immune system. Lomi Lomi NuiThis traditional Polynesian massage is one of the most pampering therapies of the Hawaiian kahunas. The massage starts by rubbing the body with “ti” leaves, and the body is heated with hot stones. Then while the lomi-lomi masseur is dancing with traditional dance-steps, imitating the steps of a frigate bird, around the nearly naked body of the patient, lying on the massage bench, he is giving the treatment, which means soft smoothing and kneading motions of the pad of his/her forearm and palm. Finally, he/she completes the massage with a ritual ablution of the body. Lymphatic massageThis is a special kind of massage that makes lymph fluid drain away. The lymph flow may be stimulated along the lymph vessel by smoothing with gentle pressure, thus the tissues may be purified from the roughage. As a result, the skin becomes cleaner, better supplied with blood and firmer. This massage activates the immune system, promotes the recovery of the cells and tissues and reduces the susceptibility to inflammation. It is highly recommended as an additional treatment to detox cures. Qi-GongIt is a generic term to mean a wide range of heath-preserving practices. This ancient method combines the mental concentration, breathing technique and physical exercise so as to enhance and maintain your vital energy. The technique requires regular practice but it is easy to acquire for any age group depending on the fitness level of the individual. Paraffin treatmentAfter smearing your skin with thermo cream you should apply the heated paraffin, which will harden on your body. This will temporarily hinder the skin respiration promoting the absorption of the cream full of effective substances. The paraffin pack contains alga, which is a fat-dissolving agent with high iodine content. It makes skin spectacularly firm, smooth and velvety. ShiatsuShiatsu is based on the ancient Japanese medicine and philosophy, but it has also been affected by the modern western medicine. It is suitable for preventing diseases, locomotor and mental disorders or just for a pleasant sensual and spiritual journey in the universe of your inner self. According to the Taoist philosophy the energy – prana, qi or chi – flows continuously both in the universe and in human body. The therapist treats the patients on the acupuncture spots along the meridian lines because these spots provide access to the various organs. Step-AerobicStepping on and off a platform may enhance the development of the balance between the energy level of the sigh tensors and flexors. Such balance plays an important role in the prevention of certain sports injuries. In well-organized step training the choreography and the step combinations match the rhythm of the music used for the training. StretchingIt means a set of stretching and relaxing exercises. Painless muscle system of good tone is required for coordinated injury-free motion. While being used, muscles perform repeating motions of a small extent, that’s why they tend to grow stiff soon. These exercises help you loosen your stiff muscles of poor tone. Sole massageIt has been used in Asia for five thousand years and nowadays we can see its revival. It protects and improves your physical and mental health without any side-effects within a short period if time. It helps you prevent diseases and stimulates the self-healing mechanism of the organism. Massaging the sole opens a way to affect the central nervous system, circulation and internal organs as it is extremely rich in nerve endings. In the reflex zones related to the particular organs, crystalline lumps of various sizes may be felt which could often be sensitive or even painful. The aim is to rub off these deposits and detoxify the body, improve blood circulation and stimulate the self-healing capacity. Thai massageAn Indian medical man was the first to use this technique in Thailand 2500 years ago. In the course of time it changed but it has preserved its bases up to this day. The massage is carried out with hand, elbow, sole or knee along the so called meridian lines connecting the acupuncture spots. You can enjoy this massage wearing a comfortable cotton T-shirt and cotton trousers. It has a relaxing effect, reduces tension and pain and affects muscles, interstitial tissues, joints, the autonomic nervous system, organs, blood circulation as well as the lines and spots harmonizing energy. Thalasso therapySince the mid-19th century the thelasso therapy - -derives from the Greek word "Thalassa" = sea – has combines the holistic and the wellness experiences for the body and soul. A French doctor called La Bounnadiére was the first to use the designation in 1867, and since then it has been associated with soothing and regenerating effects of the therapy applying sea water, seaweed and sea climate. YumeihoYumeiho is a kind of massage originated from Japan. It was created by Sajoni Masayuki, who used the elements of martial arts of Chinese Buddhist monasteries. The masseur kneads the body thoroughly, stretches the joints and loosens the blocks to make motion and energy flow free. The treatment combines the techniques of acupressure and the manual therapy with eastern physical exercises.  
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12. Wellness holiday

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tartalom: + 1 The curative effect of the Hévíz treatments A treatment in Hévíz not only serves medical purposes, but is beneficial for prevention and relaxation as well. Adapting to the growing needs of the guests, the lovers of wellness and healthy living may also choose from a wide range of facilities. Rush. This is the world which best describes our lifestyle today. That is why people need to escape from their usual environment from time to time to relax in a peaceful atmosphere where they are pampered by professional and caring hands. Hévíz offers its guests a possibility for getting refreshed, active and passive relaxation alike all the year round. Time halts in Hévíz, the body relaxes by the smothering touch of the thermal water, and people gain new energies. Water is of major importance in Hévíz as it has medicinal power. “If you are having a bath, do it with a calm and cheerful spirit,” says Hippocrates. The warm thermal lake is a special feature of Hévíz, which forms appropriate grounds for every kind of treatment and cures. If you come either for a longer holiday or for a shorter wellness relaxation, you must not leave without having a bath in the thermal lake of Hévíz once at least, and without integrating bath treatments into your tight schedule. Visitors to the town may select from a wide range of facilities, those who prefer warm water bathing less may try pleasure or thermal pools or swimming-pools that are available at various service providers around the town. However, wellness refreshment does not only mean bathing, but also includes active sports. Most of the physical sports activities on offer may be done in the open-air in nature, for example hiking, biking, Nordic walking, horse riding, golf and tennis, or the water-related aqua jogging and aqua fitness. A holiday in Hévíz provides great opportunities for the lovers of passive refreshment to try different relaxation techniques like alternative Eastern body cultures (tai chi, yoga, 5 Tibeti). Wellness feeling also includes beauty care today. The facilities offered by the service providers are so divers and peculiar, and the applied procedures and techniques are of so high-quality that it is not rare for our guests to escape from the rushing weekdays and stay for a beauty weekend in Hévíz. Could you imagine that a “wellness holiday” might include a medical examination, survey of your state of health and a preventive treatment adapting to your state? Hévíz and its personal, natural and material features provide excellent grounds for medical wellness. Medical wellness means a treatment that is supervised by medical doctors. Read Wellness ABC to learn about all the treatments which are available even for you during a wellness holiday in Hévíz. Find the most appropriate ones for you by selecting from the offers of our service providers. Did you know, that word originates from the words „well being”, and „wholeness”? which started in the 1980’s from America?
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13. Tourinform Office

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tartalom: + 1 Help for the visitors The Tourinform Office is the main information service provider for the visitors arriving in Hévíz; you should also pop in if you have any question or you want to make enquiries about any programs and events in the town. The Office is located in the walking street so it is within easy reach both for motorists and pedestrians. You’ll find a wide range of information publications (leaflets, promotional booklets, calendar of events, catalogue of accommodation, etc.) in the Tourinform Office. We are open for visitors from Monday to Sunday! Do not hesitate to contact us if you are interested in any of our services, such as bike hiring plastic cards for HeBi bikes discount cards as Hévíz Card+, West-Balaton Card tickets (for regular and periodical events, concerts) join our organised programmes (bicycle tours, nordic walking tour, daily program with luxury jacht, canoe tour) Segway tours buy „Hévíz marked” products order taxi, transfer, or balloonflight collect information materials, prospects about Hévíz and surroundings ask for timetables (bus, train, ship) The Tourinform Office is in your service even if you have a question which you cannot find the answer to anywhere else. Opening hours at the Pedestrian Street office:Monday - Friday: 9 am - 5 pmSaturday - Sunday: 10 am - 3 pm Contact:H-8380 Hévíz, Rákóczi str. 2.Tel.: +36 83 540 131E-mail: heviz@tourinform.huGPS: 46° 47' 25.857" N, 17° 11' 19.3848" E        
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14. How can you reach Hévíz?

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tartalom: + 1 Easy to reach with every means of transport On the road You can comfortably reach Hévíz in 2 hours by car from Vienna on the highway 84 and from the direction of Budapest on the motorway M7.Plan your trip here! Hévíz GPS: 46° 47’ N, 17° 11’ E In the air Flights to Hévíz-Balaton Airport Weekly direct flights from Germany from:Berlin, Dresden, Hamburg, Frankfurt, Düsseldort, Erfurt, Leipzig   More information: www.hevizairport.com Public transport Of course you can use the public vehicles to reach the city.Bus schedule here!Train schedule here! After arriving in Hévíz you can get information about the current events at the Tourinform Office located in the town centre. Here you can ask for maps, program offers as well as you can have information on timetables.
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15. Leisure

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Besides entertaining programs and events you should devote time to active recreational activities and sightseeing in the area whether you come to Héviz just for a short weekend break or for a spa cure for some longer time. The hilly streets of this fascinating town, the touring and cycling routes surrounding the town as well as the tennis courts and the swimming pools of hotels provide you with excellent opportunities to enjoy active relaxation; apart from the sports events we recommend the Hévíz Museum Collection to your attention as well as the trial of some other interesting facilities such as hot-air-ballooning or riding the Dotto train to the winery row. Horse riding fans can feel free to indulge in their passion, they can choose from cross-country riding and riding lessons in yards of horse-halls. Those who prefer aquatic sports can reach the shore of Lake Balaton in a few minutes by car. Whether it is sailing or water ski, hang-gliding or hot-air ballooning, you will certainly find the most satisfactory relaxation in the area. The concerts, organized several times a year, offer you great entertainment in the evenings while sitting on the terrace of a café with a glass of refreshing cocktail and listening to the music. Choose from our leisure offers to your liking, and you need no more just one click to find further details relating to sports equipment hiring or entrance tickets. More about the leisure programmes in the area: www.west-balaton.hu
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