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1. Getting around Hévíz in a wheelchair

Last modification: 2019. June. 27. 09:06

In the town, everyone strives to make it easier for guests with limited mobility to enjoy their holiday in Hévíz and to be able to use services conveniently.

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lead: In the town, everyone strives to make it easier for guests with limited mobility to enjoy their holiday in Hévíz and to be able to use services conveniently.
tartalom: + 1 In the list below, you can find attractions, baths, restaurants, accommodation, public services that can be easily accessed by wheelchair.     Spa and wellness   Hévíz Spa (Lake Bath, Indoor Bath, Festetics Bathhouse) –entrances, changing rooms, toilets, pool lifts at two locations in the bath NaturMed Hotel Carbona****superior –the spa area is accessible by elevator, and has a pool lift Danubius Health Spa Resort Hévíz****superior - the spa area is accessible by elevator, and has a pool lift, accessible toilet   Sights Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Church (Blue church) – Széchenyi str. 38. Reformed Church – Helikon str. 6. Heart of Jesus Church – Zrínyi M. str. Dr. Schulhof Vilmos Promenade Statues of Cherubs – at the entrance of the Lake Forrest around the Lake Drinking fountains – at the indoor spa in the building of the hospital and in Erzsébet Királyné str. Venues: Sport hall, Deák Square, Festetics Square Museum of Egregy – Zrínyi str. 132.     Restaurants Wheelchair accessible restaurants and cafes that are suitable for serving the disabled and have accessible toilets. The hotel restaurants listed here are also open to walk-in guests. Rózsakert Restaurant – Rákóczi str. 17. BrixBistro – Rákóczi str. 16-18. the restaurant of Danubius Health Spa Resort Hévíz****superior – Kossuth L. str. 9-11. the restaurant of NaturMed Hotel Carbona****superior – Attila str. 1. Springs Bistro & Restaurant at Zala Springs Golf Resort – Zalacsány, Csányi László str.   Wheelchair accessible restaurants without accessible toilets: Korona Restaurant – Petőfi str. 7. Hobräu Restaurant – Great Parking Place Római Cellar – Dombföldi str. Magyar Csárda & Restaurant – Tavirózsa str. 2-4. Cézár Cellar – Nagyrada, Szellemi Hill     Accommodations Rooms for the disabled, accessible corridors and public areas where also the Traditional Hévíz Treatment is available: Danubius Health Spa Resort Hévíz***superior – Kossuth L. srt. 9-11. Hotel Európa fit****superior – Jókai str. 1. Kolping Hotel****Spa & Family Resort – Alsópáhok, Fő str. 120. NaturMed Hotel Carbona****superior – Attila str. 1. Danubius Healt Spa Resort Aqua**** - Kossuth L. str. 13-15. Hotel Spa Hévíz****/***- Dr. Schulhof Vilmos Promenade BM Sanatorium – Kossuth L. str. 7/a   Further accommodations: Bonvital Wellness and Gastro Hotel****superior – Rákóczi str. 16-18. Lotus Therme Hotel & Spa***** - Lótuszvirág str. 1. Hungest Hotel Panoráma*** - Petőfi str. 9. Aal Apartman – Attila str. 68.   Public services Tourinform Office – Rákóczi str. 2. Post Office – Kosstuh L. str. 4. OTP Bank – Erzsébet Királyné str. 11. Zala Takarékszövetkezet (Savings Cooperative) – Széchenyi str. 66. BENU pharmacy – Kosstuh str. 5. Balzsam pharmacy – Vörösmarty str. 14. Pharmacy at the hospital – Dr. Schulhof Vilmos promenade Public toilettes: at the Blue Church (Széchenyi str. 38.) and at the Museum of Egregy (Zrínyi str. 132.) Massage, hair dresser, pedicure, cosmetics: Festetics Day Spa Hair dresser, pedicure: Zena Beauty & Shopping Centre (Széchenyi str. 6.)  
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2. Wellness spas in town

Last modification: 2019. February. 07. 16:20

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tartalom: + 1 Tips not just for hotel guests Not just the Festetics Day Spa provides recreational opportunity for the travellers in Hévíz. Many hotels' wellness department is open for the non-hotel guests.We collected for you all information about these hotels. Danubius Health Spa Resort Hévíz****superior - Kossuth L. str. 9-11., Hévíz Garden fun bath (200 qm surface, with underwater jet massage, waterfall, geyser, underwater music and light effects) Indoor swimming pool (28 °C), jacuzzi Indoor thermal bath with two pools (33 °C and 37 °C) Outdoor thermal pool with sun terrace (between mid-April and mid-October, 33 °C) Jacuzzi, sauna, steam-bath, textile sauna, Finnish log sauna in the garden - with regular sauna infusion shows Entry ticket to the spa world: 4.900 HUF / person NaturMed Hotel Carbona****superior - Attila str. 1., Hévíz Mediterranean-style outdoor adventure bath with various neck and back massage jets, massage beds and Jacuzzis. Swimming pool (The stately-sized 25x12.5 m indoor swimming pool is connected directly to the adventure bath.) Sauna (A Finnish sauna, an aroma room, several steam baths and associated special showers, a salt cave, a tepidarium and a plunge pool can be found at the sauna section.) Thermal bath in Roman atmosphere (Besides 2 pools, 2 whirlpool tubs, a room for resting, and a Kneipp treading pool is situated here.) Daily tickets: 5.300 HUF/person/time – The guests can try the adventure bath, the swimming pool, and can use the sauna island too. 2.900 HUF/person/time – Just for the thermal bath. Pass: 16.200 HUF/Person – for 6 times. Can use for both places: adventure bath/swimming pool/sauna/thermal bath. Valid: 1 year after the purchase. The times for the guests with pass is limited by: adventure bath daily from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., in winter time from 5 to 6 p.m. swimming pool/sauna: from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Hotel Aquamarin*** - Honvéd str. 14., Hévíz Wellness pool (There is a 120 m2 outdoor pool for swimmers and right next to it, a 60 m2 area can be found with adventure elements: waist massage jets with whirlpool-effect and neck massage jets, which can be used even by 2 people at the same time.) Thermal water pools (36-37 °C) Indoor and outdoor saunas Salt chamber Gym Entrance tickets for SPA: Daily ticket  1.900 HUF Ticket from 4 p.m. 1.500 HUF Senior  and children until 10 years 1.500 HUF Weekly pass  8.900 HUF Monthly pass 28.500 HUF Monthly pass for 5 month (01.05. - 09.30. 2016) for regular customers 36.000 HUF Yearly pass for regular customers 46.000 HUF Salt room: 1.200 HUF / occasion Yearly pass for salt room 12.000 HUF Opening hour of SPA: 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Thermal pools: Inside bath I.: 7:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Inside bath II.: 7:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. Outside pool: 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Locker key to the ticket purchase may be required HUF 500 deposit. Tickets entitle the guests for only one entrance per day! Fitness room:Daily ticket: 900 HUFMonthly pass: 7.000 HUF Opening hour: 7:00 a.m.– 8:00 p.m. Kolping Hotel Spa & Family Resort**** - Fő str. 120., Alsópáhok Significant number of our guests visit us especially for our wellness area once or more almost every year. You have the opportunity to spend your time in our wellness centre several times a week! Owners of daily or seasonal swimming pool and wellness tickets may use the following services from 5.00 p.m. – 8.00 p.m. family aqualand family relaxation and saunas total relaxation: thermal and swimming pool strictly for adults saunapark and steam room with a relaxing terrace strictly for adults fitness room equipped with cardio and body building machines It is worth spending your time in our wellness area! Daily ticket: Adult 3.600 HUF, Child 1.800 HUFMonthly ticket valid for 1 month: Adult 18.000 HUF, Child 14.500 HUF-With discount for 3 months: Adult 49.000 HUF, Child 39.500 HUFWith discount for 6 months: Adult 93.500 HUF, Child 74.500 HUFFamily ticket (includes 8 occasions): 2 adults and 1 child 33.500 HUF, 2 adults and 2 children 38.500 HUFMonthly family ticket: 2 adults and 1 child 45.500 HUF, 2 adults and 2 children 57.500 HUF The different discounts cannot be combined. Season tickets may be utilized in correspondence with the current occupancy rate of the hotel about which you may get detailed information at the reception. Season tickets include a photo of the owner, thus cannot be transferred to any other person. Valid: for one month from the date of purchase. Season tickets can be purchased at  Reception of the hotel! The season tickets and the daily tickets are only valid for the wellness services of the hotel. Opening hours:Sunday- Thursday 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.Friday - Saturday 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.   Hotel Zena Beauty & shopping centre****, Széchenyi str. 6., Hévíz Sauna world: infrasauna, Finnish sauna, aroma sauna, steam room, ice fountain Massage pool (34-36 °C)     Adventure pool (32-34 °C) There are infinity pools with countless massage and adventure elements. The water massages the muscles through the jets, therefore it has more intensive health-promoting effects on the body.)       Adventure shower (A significant amount of water is poured on the body through a large diameter shower head.)     Solarium All-day ticket: HUF 3,500Discounted ticket on weekdays between 6.00 pm and 8.00 pm: HUF 2,000Pampering steam bath with honey and yogurt ever day at 11.00 amSauna séance every day at 4.30 pm and 6.30 pm Solarium: HUF 500 / 5 minutesWellness dressing room key deposit: HUF 1,000 Opening hours: 9.00 am - 8.00 pm   Lotus Therme Hotel & Spa Hévíz***** - Lótuszvirág street 1., Hévíz Thermal water pool ( 36-39 °C ) Whirpool Relax Bad Shoulder shower Indoor and outdoor pools ( 30-33 °C ) Other adventure pool elements Saunaworld with indoor and outdoor saunas, laconiummal, steam bath, aroma- and light sauna, infrasauna and Kneipp-pool. Whole day entrance fee: 9.300,- Huf (with a room for the whole day) Opening hours: 10:00 - 18:00
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3. Man-made attractions

Last modification: 2019. February. 06. 12:21

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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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4. Lake Bath opening hours, prices

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tartalom: + 1 Opening hours Entrance Opening Closing of the cash-deck End of bathing time (lake) End of wellness time Bath is closed at Schulhof entrance 8.30 18.00 18.30 18.30 19.00 Festetics Day Spa 8.30 18.00 18.30 18.30 19.00 Deak square entrance 8.30 17.00 - - - *Hévíz Lake Bath and the Saint Andrew’s Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases reserve the right to change the opening hours and prices. vagy We reserve the right to change the opening hours and prices.Hévíz Lake Bath and the Saint Andrew’s Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases reserve the right to change the opening hours and prices. vagy We reserve the right to change the opening hours and prices. There are several pools in the are of the Lake Bath Name of the pool Water surface (m2) Temperature (°C) Depth (cm) Indoor pools 4 pcs. 520 24-38 (depending on the season) 200-300  - one of it with massage elements 260 24-38 (depending on the season) 200-300  - one of it with weight bath 20 24-38 (depending on the season) 150 Mudpool 25 24-38 (depending on the season) 70 Children's pool on the coast (in summertime) 95 / 32 30-32 30-120 SPECIAL OFFERS Type of ticket Lake Wellness Maximum duration Available Price (HUF) Nympha √ - 2 hours 2 hours before closing 2500,- Lotus √ √ 3 hours 3 hours before closing 3800,- Family ticket (Per adult, child./pers. under 14 yearschild./pers. over 14 years with student card)grandmother/grandfather √ - 3+2 hours During opening hours 3200,- +children1.800,-2700,-3200,- PRICELIST Name Lake Wellness Price (HUF) Lake ticket (3 hours) √   3200,- Lake ticket (4 hours) √   3900,- Daily ticket √   5500,- 1-hour complimentary ticket (To the valid ticket, except Lake-passes) √   +1100,- Wellness-Saunaworld complementary ticket (To the valid Lake ticket) - √ +2200,- Hot & Cold (2 hours) √ √ 3400,- Relax (4 hours) √ √ 5000,- Senior ticket over 60 years (3 hours) – With preliminary presentation of ID card √ - 2700,- Children ticket (3 hours), between 6-14 years √ - 1800,- Student ticket (3 hours), with student card √ - 2700,- Visitor’s ticket (30 min.) * √ - 1000,-Deposit fee: + 2 000,- ** Group ticket over 20 people/person (3 hours) √ - 3000,- Exit fee (In case exceeding the time limit) - - 30,- /min. Cabin (To the valid ticket) - - 1000,- Sauna towel - - 400,- Lake-pass (10 hours) √ - 9 000,-Deposit fee: + 1 500,- ** Lake-pass (20 hours) √ - 17 000,-Deposit fee: + 1 500,- ** Validity of the Lake-passes: 10 hours Lake-pass: is valid the day of purchase + 10 calendar days, enter twice a day.20 hours Lake-pass: is valid the day of purchase + 20 calendar days, enter twice a day. * We would like to inform you that the visitor’s ticket is not valid for swimming. In case you stay inside over the time limit, we do not have the opportunity to return the 2 000 HUF deposit. Thank you for your understanding! ** You can pay the deposit only in cash. Valid from 01.04.2016 until recalled. Depth of the lake: 2m-38m Free locker is included in the price. To the ticket with wellness-saunaworld we provide you one sauna towel free of charge. Services of the wellness-saunaworld are available only for guests over 12 years! For children under 6 years, the entrance is free. Refundment of the deposit is possible within 72 hours after the expiration date. Every ticket is valid for one entry and only on the day of purchase, except lake-passes. We are unable to offer refunds on any purchased tickets. We reserve the right to change the opening hours and prices. ATM during the opening hours at the building of the Schulhof entrance. You can make inquiries about our further special offers at the cash-desk and on our website!  www.spaheviz.hu                  
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5. 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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6. Recipe tips from Hévíz

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tartalom: + 1 We want to give our kind guest some tips for special tasted dishes. The most of the menus were inspired by the wine of Hévíz 2013.The dishes are various and associated with a healthy lifestyle because they are rich in vegetables. Try them! Roasted chicken breast fillet flambéed with white wine, vegetables and flavoury wild mushrooms Rabbit ragout made with tasty wild mushrooms and a pinch of chili served with vegetable rösti Venison wrapped with porcini mushroom and duck leg with ‘Esküvé’ sauce Blue catfish steak with algae tagliatelle and parmesan crisps Veal ragout with cream and vegetables and dödölle of Zala Catfish fillet of Lake Balaton, wild mushroom ragout with spinach and garlic, rösti with cabbage ‘Saltimbocco’ Duck pate with duck liver and wine gelee Goose-giblets with rice Small Festetics Christmas Skewers Cabbage with beans and knuckle of pork, Potato sterz Bejgli – Poppy seed or walnut roll   Roasted chicken breast fillet flambéed with white wine, vegetables and flavoury wild mushrooms Pápai Lajos Master chef's recommendation,Danubius Health Spa Resort Aqua Ingredients (4 servings): 0,6 kilo chicken breast fillet 0,15 kilo celery 0,15 kilo leek 0,15 kilo courgette 0,15 kilo colourful peppers 0,3 kilo mixed mushrooms: porcini mushroom, Scotch bonnet mushroom, champignon, chanterelle 2 bunches of parsley 0,1 litre olive oil white wine, wine of Hévíz, Bussay ESKÜVÉ 2011 0,1 litre cream salt, white pepper, nutmeg, garlic – according to taste 0,05 litre brandy – for flambéing PreparationFry the vegetables cut into thin strips in a pan or a wok, add the mushrooms then continue to simmer. Make sure that the vegetables are not too soft. Season it with salt, pepper and add a little ground nutmeg. Pour some white wine and simmer it until it is ready.In the meantime cut the chicken breast into thin slices, season them with grill spices and roast them. Pour a little brandy on them and light it.Mix with the boiled vegetables, pour a little cream into it, sprinkle with fresh parsley and serve it.Make sure that you freshly prepare the food!     Rabbit ragout made with tasty wild mushrooms and a pinch of chilli served with vegetable rösti Kámán János Master chef's recommendation,Danubius Health Spa Resort Hévíz Ingredients (4 servings): Rabbit ragout 80 decagram rabbit leg (prepared, cut into strips) 30 decagram wild mushrooms 20  decagram California peppers (cut into strips) 20 decagram tomatoes (without skin, cut into cubes) chili pepper – according to taste garlic – according to taste 1 decilitre wine of Hévíz, Bussay ESKÜVÉ 2011 salt, coarsely ground mixed peppercorns – according to taste 5 decilitre oil (for cooking) Rösti 30 decagram raw potatoes 16 decagram cut vegetables 10 decagram onions (finely chopped) 5 decagram flour 1 egg 1 bunch of parsley salt – according to taste 2 decilitre oil (for cooking) DirectionsPrepare the rabbit leg to the rabbit ragout: bone it, then cut it into centimetre-thick strips, marinate it in oil and coarsely ground mixed peppercorns, if it is possible, the day before.In a pan, in heated oil fry the rabbit leg strips, then add the chopped peppers, garlic and wild mushrooms, continue to fry it for a few minutes and at the end add the peeled tomato cubes. Season with salt, pepper, chili and white wine to taste, then boil it.To make the rösti, grate the peeled potatoes, then mix with flour, egg, vegetables, parsley and fried onions. Season it according to taste, form small plates, then in a heated pan or on a griller fry both sides.Then serve the so prepared röstis with the ragout.      Venison wrapped with porcini mushroom and duck leg with ‘Esküvé’ sauce Szentgyörgyi Tamás chef's recommendation,Hotel Mirage Restaurant and Diner Ingredients (4 servings): 1 kg saddle of venison 0,3 kg duck leg 0,2 kg onion 0,05 kg garlic 0,05 kg juniper-berry 0,1 kg thyme 0,1 kg rosemary 0,15 kg root parsley 0,15 kg carrots 0,15 kg celery 1 bottle of 2011 Busai Esküvé “Wine of Town Hévíz” salt, pepper / according to taste / 0,05 kg pine nuts 0,03 kg butter duck fat Duck ragout: Grate the carrots, the root parsley, celery, onions and garlic, then fry them in olive oil. ESküvé sauce: Fry the pine nuts, juniper-berry and pour in the wine, season with salt and pepper to taste, then put butter into it to make it silky.Preparation: Marinate the saddle of venison (marinade: oil, juniper-berry, rosemary, thyme)Filet the wild duck leg, cut into small cubes, then put onto the fried vegetables and simmer until tender.Take the saddle of venison out of the marinade and make an open slice of it, then lightly spread the duck ragout on it, roll it and bind it. In a pan fry the outer side of the meat to make a crust on it. Simmer it in its own fat, covered until it is ready. (approx. 30-40 min.) Serving: Cut the saddle of venison into thin slices and serve it on the sauce. Sprinkle it with fresh thyme.   Blue catfish steak with algae tagliatelle and parmesan crisps Sendula Péter Sous chef's recommendation,Hotel Európa fit Ingredients (4 servings): 800 gr catfish filet 400gr tagliatelle 120gr algae 2 cloves of garlic 1 decilitre olive oil 150 gr parmesan cheese salt 1 decilitre white wine Cut the catfish filets into 2-centimetre slices, season with salt both sides, then put into a vacuum bag and simmer them in 45-50 degrees’ steam for 90 minutes. Then without opening the bag put it into icy water or a thermal shock machine to cool it down. Put it in the fridge until use.Cook the tagliatelle in salty water. While it is being cooked, prepare the algae.Heat the oil in a pan, add the algae cut into thin slices and the chopped garlic. Fry it for a short time, then pour in the white wine. Stir the cooked noodles into it.Take the fish out of the vacuum bag and fry both sides for a minute in a pan preheated to 180 degrees.Grate the parmesan cheese for the parmesan crisps, put baking paper in a baking pan. Make small piles from the cheese and bake them for a few minutes in the oven preheated to 200 degrees. Veal ragout with cream and vegetables and dödölle of Zala Mayer Tibor and Veress Ferenc Chef's recommendation, from Hunguest Hotels   Ingredients (4 servings) 1/2 kg veal round 1/2 kg porcini mushrooms 2 cloves of garlic 1,5 dl dry white wine 2 dl vegetable broth 2 dl cream salt freshly ground black pepper 1 bunch of parsley 2 tablespoons butter 2 tablespoons olive oil Preparation1. Heat the mixture of butter and olive oil and fry the veal cut into small but equal sized pieces, seasoned with salt and pepper in advance, and the finely chopped parsley and garlic.2.If every side of the meat cubes turned brown, pour the white wine and half of the vegetable broth. Cook over medium heat and half-covered until almost tender. Check it sometimes and pour some broth in it if it is not enough.3. In the meantime clean the mushrooms, cut them and add them when the meat is almost ready. Pour in the remaining vegetable broth and cook it until it is ready. 4. In the end pour in the cream and boil it. Season it with salt and pepper if it is necessary. If the sauce is too thin, thicken it with potato-starch.5. Serve it with freshly chopped parsley. Dödölle of Zala2 kg potatoes, salt according to taste, 2 onions 2 dl oil, 50 decagram flour This meal evokes my childhood, the free, barefoot summer times. My grandmother made it for me, whenever I wanted to. It is cheap, fast and very filling food. At the end of the month it stands everyone in good stead. Peel the potatoes cut them into small pieces, pour salty water over them to cover and cook them. Mash the cooked potatoes over the heat then sprinkle with flour and start to knead with a wooden spoon. It is a bit tiring procedure. It is OK if the batter is hard enough and the flour is completely worked off – it can be more or less, it depends on the quality of the potatoes- and our forehead is sweating. Turn off the cooker.Cut the onions into small cubes and fry them in oil until pink. Take a bigger pot and start to cut the ‘dödölle’ batter into big dumpling-shapes, then sprinkle with the onion and fat. If it is ready, serve it. It is very delicious freshly with sour cream, but if you have to warm it, fry it in a pan until it is crispy and serve it with some salad. Enjoy your meal!     Goose-giblets with rice Goose-giblets150 gram goose liver3 carrots2 turnipsa piece of celery1 onion200 gram green peasa bunch of parsley400 gram ricea tablespoonful of goose fata tablespoonful of oilsalt and pepper Put the goose-giblets into a saucepan with a carrot, a turnip and a piece of celery and add enough water to cover them, then cook until soft. If it is ready, take the meat out of the juice, unbone the wings and the neck, cut the lean meat into small pieces, and chop the heart and the gizzard as well.Heat the goose fat, add the chopped onion and fry it until glassy. Cut the remaining two carrots and turnip into smaller cubes and add them to the onion. Add a little juice and cook the vegetables until soft. If it is almost ready, add the goose meat, the gizzard, the heart, the chopped goose liver and the green peas and cook them together until soft, then season it with salt and pepper.Heat some oil in another saucepan, add the washed and cleaned rice and pour on it double quantity of water (a part of it can be the juice of the goose, but be careful, it should not be too greasy) and boil until soft. At the end, add the goose ragout with vegetables and the chopped parsley and cook them together for a few minutes. Catfish fillet of Lake Balaton, wild mushroom ragout with spinach and garlic, rösti with cabbage Tamás Gergály's recommendation,Hotel Palace Hévíz Catfish filet: Catfish filet  0,8 kg Butter 0,15 kg Salt  0.02 kg Ground pepper 0,001 kg Wild mushroom ragout with spinach and garlic: Spinach leaves  0,05 kg (1 handful) Oil                 0,10 kg Ground pepper      0,002 kg Salt      0,02 kg Mix of wild mushrooms 0,8 kg Garlic          2 cloves White wine         0,2 l 1 medium onion 1 bunch of parsley Rösti with cabbage: Sauerkraut  0,20 kg Potatoes 0,1 kg Salt  0,01 kg Milk   0,3 l Flour   0,15 kg Oil  0,1 l Directions:Season the catfish filets with salt and pepper and refrigerate until roasting.For the mushroom ragout chop the onions finely and simmer until it becomes glassy, add the chopped mushrooms, the chopped parsley and season with salt and pepper, then continue to simmer them together. If it is half-simmered, add the cleaned spinach leaves, season with crushed garlic, then pour the white wine and simmer until it is ready.For the rösti cut the sauerkraut into 2-centimeter pieces, add the grated potatoes, salt and the flour, then pour the milk and make a medium-thick batter. In preheated oil fry the palm-sized röstis. In the meantime dip the prepared catfish slices into melted butter, put them on a preheated grill and roast both sides.   ‘Saltimbocco’ The recipe of Kovács Györgyné,the chef of Hotel SPA Hévíz Platán Restaurant 10 servings 1.80 kg pike-perch filet of Lake Balaton 10 thin slices of dried ham 0.02 kg salt 0.001 kg ground pepper 10 sage leaves 0.1 liter oil 0.10 kg butter 0.20 kg flavour mushrooms from the woods of Hévíz 2 pieces of lemon Saffron risotto 0.60 kg risotto rice 0.3 l Bussay Esküvé / or dry white wine/ vegetable broth as needed /approx. 1.3 l/ 0.08 liter olive oil with truffle 1 medium white onion salt ground pepper 0.05 kg butter saffron according to taste 0.20kg grated Parmesan cheese Directions:Slice the fish filet, season it lightly with salt and pepper. Heat the butter and the olive oil up in a pan. Put the fish slices in and 4 or 5 sage leaves. Fry them until ready, put them on plates and keep them warm.Quickly fry the thin ham slices until crispy, make crisps of them and put them on the fish slices. Season and fry the mushrooms in the rest of the oil.At serving use the remaining sage leaves. Saffron risottoFinely cut the onion, fry the rise in half of the butter and the olive oil until glassy, pour the white wine and put the saffron in and cook it stirring constantly until no juice left. Pour the vegetable broth little by little and simmer it without covering over medium heat. Season it with salt, pepper and finally add the cheese and the butter.   Duck pate with duck liver and wine gelee Lajos Bán Chef's recommendation,Hotel Kolping Ltd. Ingredients: fatted duck liver: 0.25kg duck breast filet(with skin) 0.15kg toast with wild garlic: 10 slices cream: 2 dl salt, black pepper according to taste allspice: 5 pieces Bussay esküvé: 2 dl gelatine: 1 tbsp mixed green salads  5 bunches broth  5 dl Directions:Cut the liver into cubes, cut off the crust of the bread slices to get same sized slices. Season the breast filet with salt and crushed allspice and roast it in a 170 degree oven. Then cut it into cubes (leave a few thin slices for decoration).Cook the liver, the breast and the bread with the cream and a little broth in a saucepan as a ragout and add a half tablespoon of gelatine. Put them into PacoJet dishes and put them in the freezer for 24 hours.The following day prepare it in the PacoJet dishes, put the bread slices close to each other in a baking pan. Spread the bread with the liver and meat paste and put into the 0-5 degree fridge for 3 hours.In the meantime heat the wine and cook the remaining gelatine into it. Pour it on the refrigerated pâté and leave it for another half an hour. At serving cut into nice cube shapes, place on green salad and decorate with the put aside breast slices.     Small Festetics Christmas Skewers Put round of mangalitza, mangalitza bacon, sausage, onion and kapia peppers one after another on a skewer, season it, then grill it. Serve it placed on lecsó (thick vegetable stew) with fresh wild mushrooms.   Cabbage with beans and knuckle of pork, Potato sterz With recommendation of the Korona Pension***Restaruant Ingredients, for 10 peopleSauerkraut 1 kiloOnion 0,2 kiloLard 0,0,5 kiloGarlic 0,05 kiloPaprika 0,0,1 kiloFlour 0,08 kiloTomato paste  80 gramSmoked knuckle of pork 2 piecesDry beans 0,4 kilo Cook the knuckle of pork and the beans, cut the saurerkraut.Fry half onion rings in some lard or oil, add the crushed garlic, salt and paprika to it. Pour in the juice, in which the knuckles were cooked, then add the sauerkraut as well. Cook it for an hour, then add the beans. Make roux, add the tomato paste then mix it with the sauerkraut and cook until ready.Slice the knuckles and serve them together. Potato sterz:Cook the sliced potato in salty water. Mash it and mix it with flour (as much as it needs). Simmer it until the potato is completely mixed with the flour. Simmer the onions in lard or oil. Put spoonfuls of dough in hot fat and fry them until brown. Season it with sour cream and cracklings.   Bejgli – Poppy seed or walnut roll Rácz Bakery's recommendation Dough:1 kilo flour400 gram lard150 gram sugar20 gram yeast15 gram salt4 dl milk1 egg Ingredients of the walnut filling:0.5 kilo walnut250-300 gram sugara pinch of cinnamongrated orange peel1 dl hot milk Ingredients of the poppy seed filling:0.5 kilo poppy seed0.5 kilo sugarvanilla sugargrated lemon peelrum (according to taste)1 dl hot milk Knead the dough and put it into the refrigerator for at least 6 hours.Prepare the desired filling.After 6 hours take the dough out of the fridge and let it rest for an hour at room temperature, then roll it out to the required size. Spread the desired filling on the entire surface in such a way that the thickness of the dough and the thickness of the filling would be the same. Roll it, so you will get a bejgli roll. Smear the surface of the roll with egg yolk, then put it in a cool place for 1.5 hours. After 1.5 hours smear it with egg yolk again. After another 1.5 hours' rest in a cool place smear it with egg white as well.Raise the so prepared dough further for a short time, then bake it in the oven at 200°C for 30 to 35 minutes until it is ready  
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7. Evolution of bathing culture

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tartalom: The story of bath Hévíz As historical remembrance proves it, Hévíz was already known in the Roman era. The water was used for everyday activities, namely for the processing of animal skin (softening it with a piece of rod). The healing and miraculous effects of Lake Hévíz were chanted in a legend at that time. The bathing culture of Hévíz and the evolution of the unique medicinal therapies are linked with the name of Count György Festetics, who started bathing constructions on the lake from the year 1795. He established a bathing site beside the lake, which were most popular especially with the local peasantry. The bath and the thermal water later became famous, and people from more distant places visited Hévíz wishing to be cured. More than 200 years later (at the turn of the century), the leasehold rights were seized by the brewery owner Vencel Reischl of Keszthely, who continued the developments. As a result, Hévíz has become a well-known thermal bath throughout Hungary by today. The development of Hévíz was continuous throughout the centuries and it is still going on even today. However, Hévíz was not only known for the healing power of its thermal water, but notable medical doctors of the town further enhanced its fame too. Dr Károly Moll, inventor of the weight bath became famous all around the world. Recent improvements of the bath aimed to increase the quality of the services offered to the patients. During the reconstruction of the thermal lake, the main buildings were renovated, and the function of the buildings was also modified. The changing rooms were removed from the winterized building in the middle of the lake to the entrance in the southern and western part of the complex, thus rendering the construction of a 2,500 square metre bath house in the middle of the lake possible. The most significant attraction of Hévíz is the unique medicinal lake and its healing power. Today however, modernization and the extension of the available services to attract the age group 35-50 cannot be neglected either. During the latest reconstruction of the thermal lake new buildings were constructed on the lakeside, housing pleasure pools, a sauna block, massage clinic, various examination rooms, changing rooms, catering units and even a conference room. Later, the new building was also renovated, which now provides services equivalent to those of a 4-star hotel: in the 3-floor departure building there is a wellness department (sauna, steam bath, ice bath, salt cave, pools), modern guest rooms and a therapy department (hydrotherapy, massage, beauty salons, mud treatment rooms, body culture therapy) waiting for the visitors. A sauna and modern massage rooms were built as part of the reconstruction, and the capacity of the changing rooms and that of the resting area were also extended. Besides the constructions, the park around the thermal lake developed as well where 30 special ornamental trees were planted thanks to a successful tender procedure.Owing to the recent developments, Hévíz can not only preserve but also strengthen its position as one of the most popular centres of national and international thermal water tourism.Thanks to the realized development projects, Hévíz grows more modern, and becomes able to satisfy the divers needs of its frequent visitors and those of the growing number of younger guests with children as well. Look around in our 3D tour! Did you know that people lived around the town even in the Neolithic period, 7500 years ago? "Da Bibere" the Latin inscription on a cup from the first century before Christ found among the archaeological finds means ‘Give me a drink!’? also two Roman altar-stone dedicated to Jupiter were unearthed north of the Lake? castle servants lived around the Lake of Hévíz in the Árpád-age, from the 11th to the 14th century? the name of Hévíz first appeared in a charter dated 28th March 1328?
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8. 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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9. The buildins of the Hévíz Lake

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tartalom:     Hévízgyógyfürdő részei napjainkban Tófürdő Főbejárata a kerub szobrokkal - dr. Schulhof Vilmos sétány felől Központi épület, 4 fedett medence térrel, pihenő terekkel és teraszokkal, ami a főbejárattól és a Festetics Fürdőháztól függőfolyosón keresztül közelíthető meg, mert a tó fölé, cölöpökre épült Festetics Fürdőház, mely a fürdő déli bejárata az Ady Endre utca felől, a legkésőbb elkészült, tóparton álló épület, itt kapott helyet a wellness központ Iszap medence, ami a Festetics Fürdőház és a Központi épület között a tóban helyezkedik el. Deák téri, avagy Nyári Bejárat, ami csak időszakosan tart nyitva. Nyári öltöző. A tó keleti partján álló, fa épület, ahol öltöző kabinok és napozó teraszok találhatók. Medve napozó. A tó dél-keleti partján álló külön napozóterasz.   dr. Schulhof Vilmos sétány villái A sétány a tófürdő körüli park része. A sétáló utca végén álló Fedett fürdő épületétől induló dr. Schulhof Vilmos sétány a tófürdő főbejáratához vezet. A platán fákkal beárnyékolt, padokkal szegélyezett sétány egyik oldalán a hévízi tó, másik oldalán a Szent András Reumakórház történelmi épületei tárulnak elénk. Az itt látható épületek az 1870-es években épültek, majd az 1900-as évek elején alakították át őket a ma is látható kétszintes házakká. Mindegyik háznak külön története van.
A Festetics család által kialakított „Újtelep” északi részén épült szecessziós stílusban. Nevét Festetics Györgyről, a fürdőváros alapítójáról kapta. Jelenleg a Szent András Reumakórház „A” épülete.
Nevét II. Rákóczi Ferencről kapta, mivel 1863-ban épült az épület és ebben az évben szállították haza Törökországból Rákóczi Ferenc hamvait. Jelenleg a Szent András Reumakórház „B” épülete.
Karola Elláról kapta a nevét, aki Festetics Tasziló lánya volt. Jelenleg a Szent András Reumakórház „C” épülete. Dél felé haladva a következő épület az étterem és a díszterem. Ennél az épületnél volt a Festetics birtok határa, ez volt az első kőből készült ház, amit a fürdővendégek elszállásolására építettek az 1860-as évek elején. 1909-re emelettel bővítették, ekkor a fürdőhelyeken nélkülözhetetlen „Kúrszalon” funkciót kapta. Jelenleg a Szent András Reumakórház díszterme található itt.
Nevét abból az alkalomból kapta, hogy a ház átadásának évében emelte Ferenc József – magyar király és osztrák császár – Festetics (II.) Taszilót hercegi rangra, aki a ház építtetője volt. Jelenleg a Szent András Reumakórház „D” épülete.
Lonkay Ferenc, a Festetics család uradalmi építészének tervei alapján építették az épületet 1870-71-ben. A ház az „Újtelep” része volt, ahol sorszámozással jelölték az épületeket, így maradt rajta ez a név. Jelenleg a Hévízgyógyfürdő és Szent András Reumakórház üzemeltetésében szállod működik itt.
Eredeti neve Tasziló-villa volt, azonban Festetics (II.) Tasziló herceg halálát követően átnevezték Deák Ferenc után Deák-háznak.
  Hévízi Tófürdő története Hévízgyógyfürdő 1795 és 1905 között Az első, még téglalap alaprajzú, két épületrészből álló fürdőépületet 1795-ben építtette a tó fölé Gróf I. Festetics György földbirtokos.  A gyógyvíz jótékony hatásainak híre 1801-be már Bécsbe is elért, egy 1818-as beszámolóban pedig már említi a fehér tavirózsák jelenlétét a tóban, melyekhez 1898-ban további indiai fajokkal telepítettek. 1858-ban megkezdődtek a tó körüli fásítások, a fürdőépületek modernizálása, és a tóparti vendégépületek kialakítása. A Tó központjában a férfi és női tükörfürdő (kabinokkal körülhatárolt fürdő) kapott helyett, de sokan az akkor még jóval szélesebb hévízi kifolyót használták fürdőzésre. Hévízgyógyfürdő 1910-1920-as években 1905-től Reichl Vencel bérlő mindent elkövetett, hogy Hévízt nemzetközi fürdővárossá fejlessze. A korábbi fürdőépületet kupolás épület váltotta fel, számos modern szálló és vendéglő, valamint a gyógyhelyen elengedhetetlen „Kúrszalon” megéülése is neki köszönhető. 1907-ben a régi vert híd helyén fedett híd épült, és elkészült a két tornyú, jellegzetes főbejárat.  Ugyanebben az évben épült a Hévíz Szanatórium és Gyógyszálloda. 1911-ben a város megkapta a  „gyógyfürdő jellegű település” címet. Hévízgyógyfürdő az 1930-as években 1926 után a fejlesztések új erőre kaptak. Megépült  a jellegzetes tóparti Fürdőépület, valamint 1932-ben üvegtetőt kapott a főépület, ami ezzel teljesen fedetté vált. 1930-ban már 7 szálloda, 11 vendéglő és 40 villa állt a községben, a éves szinten csaknem 16 ezer vendéget pedig változatos kulturális élet fogadta. Ezekben a boldog békeidős években  volt főorvos Hévízen dr. Schulhof Vilmos, aki munkásságával sokat tett a hévízi gyógyászat népszerűsítéséért, ma a Tófürdő melletti sétány viseli nevét. Hévízi épületek 1945 előttről Az első fürdőépülettel (1795) egy  időben megépült a gyógyításra (érvágás = köpölyözés) használt „köpülöző ház”. Míg az 19. század első felében a tó környéke csupán nádas, lápos területekből állt, addig az 1850-es évektől tudatosan építették a szebbnél szebb szállóépületek. 1870-ben már állt a I-VII. ház, melyek közül a Hetes Ház volt az egyetlen kétszintes épület. Épült egy római katolikus kápolna is (melyet később lebontottak), majd az 1900-as évek elején megépültek a szállók, bazárépületek,  valamint a „Kúrszalon”, ami a báloknak, hangversenyeknek adott helyet. Hévízgyógyfürdő az 1950-1960-as években 1948-ban, az addig Festetics tulajdonú Tófürdőt és minden kapcsolódó épületet, parkot államosítottak, és megkezdődött az állami üdültetés időszaka. 1952-ben létrehozták a Hévízi Állami Gyógyfürdőkórházat, és még ebben az évben országos jelentőségű gyógyhellyé nyilvánították Hévízt. 1968-ra elkészült az ország akkor legmodernebb, balneoterápiás gyógyászati eszközökkel teljesen felszerelt fedett fürdőépülete. Ebben az időszakban kezdte munkásságát Hévíz nemzetközi hírű reumatológus orvosa, id. dr. Moll Károly, a súlyfürdő feltalálója.   Hévízgyógyfürdő az 1970-80-as években Az idegenforgalom a 70-es években olyan mértékben megnövekedett /immár a nyugati vendégeknek is köszönhetően/, hogy további minőségi szállodák építése, és a Tófürdő épületek újjáépítése is szükségessé vált. A korábbi kupolás épületeket 1977-től folyamatosan vörösfenyő borítású, tornyos épületek váltották fel. A teljes felújítás 1985-re fejeződött be, de a vendégek nem sokáig élvezhették az új létesítményt, hiszen az egy tűzvész következtében 1986. március 3-án teljesen megsemmisült. Az új épületek végül 1989-ben készültek el. Hévízi Tradicionális Kúra A hévízi kénes víz jótékony hatásairól először 1780-ban olvashatunk. Kezdetben a fürdőzés mellett csak az érvágást alkalmazták gyógymódként, szanatórium is csak 1907-ben épült a településen. A település első híres orvosa Schulhof Vilmos, aki a mozgásszervi rehabilitációban a fürdőzés mellett már elektroterápiát és röntgent is alkalmazott. A hévízi gyógyászat az 1950-es évektől id. dr. Moll Károly munkásságának köszönhetően új lendületet vett, 1968-ban pedig az ország legmodernebben felszerelt balneoterápiás fürdőépülete épült meg a városban. A szolgáltatások azóta a kezelések széles spektrumával bővültek, de a hévízi tradicionális kúra alapjai továbbra is a következők: gyógyvizes fürdőzés, gyógyiszappakolás vagy iszapfürdő, és a Moll Károly féle súlyfürdő. Ezeket egyéni igények szerint egészíthet ki ivókúra, gyógymasszázs, mozgás-, fiziko- vagy hidroterápia. Kedves emlékek Hévízről A fürdőhely az elmúlt 220 év során számos vendéget vonzott, akik lehettek hírességek vagy kevésbé híres emberek de kivételes esetben még híressé vált állatok is. Míg az 1800-as években teljesen természetes volt, hogy állatokat hajtottak a vízbe, addig 1914-ben már egész nagy látványosságot keltett, mikor Nelly-t, a fájós lábú elefántot Hévízre költöztették. A volt cirkuszi elefántnak napi kétszeri iszapos, gyógyvizes fürdőzést írtak elő, amit ő nagy kedvvel teljesített. A 3 éves elefánt annyira népszerűvé vált, hogy a város számára plusz turisztikai vonzerőt jelentett, a vendégek pedig naponta, kosárnyi finomságokkal lepték meg, pl. friss cseresznyével.  Nelly gyógyüdülésének sajnos a háború kitörése vetett véget.
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