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Learn more about health tourism in RomaniaRomania is a country which offers a wide variety of tourist attractions at very tempting prices and a broad range of unbelievably affordable treatments for various diseases and ailments, available at highly-equipped private clinics.

Another pleasant aspect is the fact that UK citizens do not need visas to enter the country.

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List of treatments in Romania

  • thermal water baths for external use (to treat post-traumatic, rheumatic and neurological disorders)
  • thermal water treatments for internal use (to treat afflictions of the digestive tract, stomach, large and small intestines and metabolic and endocrine disorders);
  • physiotherapy (to treat post-traumatic, rheumatic and neurological disorders);
  • electrotherapy (to treat post-traumatic, rheumatic and neurological disorders);
  • acupuncture (to treat post-traumatic, rheumatic and neurological disorders);
  • herbal remedies (to treat various afflictions);
  • peloidotherapy (the application of warm or cold therapeutic mud to the skin, procedure that triggers a number of enzymatic and metabolic functions), used to treat vascular, dermatological, gynecological, rheumatic and neurological disorders;
  • sauna and fitness;
  • various beauty treatments;
  • massage treatments
  • dental treatments
  • geriatric treatments
  • cosmetic surgeries and interventions (botox and hyaluronic acid treatments, face-lifting, treatment and diminishing of wrinkles and blemishes.)
  • weight loss and bariatric surgery

 

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Baile Felix (Felix Baths)

Felix Baths (Baile Felix)

Baile Felix is a thermal spa resort in Transylvania, western Romania. The resort is open all year round, it is the current largest and most qualitative in the country and is located near Oradea, a major and important city in the west of the country. A large range of treatments and attractions are available, including spas, saunas, aerosols, paraffin packaging, galvanic baths, aqua gyms, warm mud baths, hydrotherapy, fitness centers, mud-application programmes, indoor and outdoor swimming pools and thermal water hydro-massage.
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Bazna (Mud and mineral waters)

Bazna (Mud and mineral waters)

Bazna is a village, located in the Sibiu county, in Transylvania, and it was inaugurated in 1842 as a spa resort. It is home to a unique and beneficial mix of therapeutic mud and mineral water, which is able to successfully treat rheumatic and locomotive problems, as well as nervous, endocrine and stress-related disorders.
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Turda (Salt mine)

Turda (Salt mine)

Turda is a city in the Cluj county, in Transylvania, Romania, and it hosts the largest salt mine in Romania, the Turda Salt Mine, which was opened for the public in 1992. The attraction was ranked by Business Insider as the most beautiful underground place in the world and has been used for salt mining ever since 1075.
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Praid (Salt mine)

Praid (Salt mine)

Praid is a village, located in the Harghita county, in central Romania, which offers one of the most famous salt mines in the country. The Praid Salt Mine has a microclimate, with an average temperature of around 16° C, rich in ozone, very similar to that of Turda’s salt mine.
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Dobrogea: Mangalia, Eforie Nord and the Techirghiol Lake

Dobrogea

Mangalia and Eforie Nord are two seaside resorts, on the coast of the Black Sea, very popular thanks to the Techirghiol Lake, which is renowned for its sapropels and water, that are very beneficial for curing arthritic, rheumatic, internal and nervous system disorders. Eforie Nord is a health resort which was established in 1894, when the first clinic was opened there. Since it is on the seaside, the air is rich in saline aerosols and sulphurous meso-thermal waters are available for treatments.
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Sovata

Sovata

Sovata is a city in Transylvania, located at a 500 meters altitude in the Gurghiu Mountains, which was established as a spa resort in 1850. Most important here is the Ursu Lake, which is the only heliothermal lake in Europe, which is very beneficial in the treatment of arthritic, rheumatic, posttraumatic, nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, gynecological and sterility disorders thanks to its sapropels and water full of oligominerals.
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Breaza - Get here the unique spirulina wrapping!

Breaza

One of the most important treatments that tourists can benefit from in Breaza is the spirulina-wrapping, a treatment unique in Europe. Spirulina, a blueish-green alga, is a plant which contains around 75% pure proteins, nucleic acids and chlorophyll, thanks to which it is very benefic to the regeneration of cells, the stimulation of metabolism, the relaxation of muscles and the slowing the ageing process.
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Covasna

Covasna

The “mofete” are public gas baths, where tourists can enter and treat mainly cardio-vascular disorders, but also dermatological, gynecological, endocrine and even some locomotion disorders, such as chronic degenerative rheumatisms of the articulations. In the upper parts of the gaseous emanations, the concentration of carbon dioxide is much lower, which facilitates oxygen transport to various tissues, including the brain.
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Baile Tusnad

Baile Tusnad

Thanks to the fact that it is located in the middle of the forest, the air is very clean, rich in negative ions and ozone. The volcanic activity in the past played an important role in the development of the resort, the post-volcanic emanations of carbon dioxide allowing for therapeutic treatments in gas baths. Also, since the 18th century, there is proof that the mineral waters here are very healthy.
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Govora Baths (Baile Govora)

Govora Baths (Baile Govora)

Baile Govora is a balneary resort, located in the Valcea county, in the north-east of Oltenia, in a lowlands region, at around 370 meters altitude. The resort has a moderate continental climate with Mediterranean influences, with cool summers and mild winters and lack of currents and winds.
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Baile Herculane (Baths)

Baile Herculane

Baile Herculane is the oldest resort in Romania and is situated in the Caras-Severin county, in Banat, south-western Romania. The resort is located on an ancient volcanic fissure, in the National Park “Valea Cernei-Domogled”. The waters in Baile Herculane are extremely beneficial to the health and come in a wide array of mineralization degrees and temperatures.
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Baile Olanesti (Baths)

Baile Olanesti

The wide array of treatment procedures in Baile Olanesti are mainly performed with mineral waters, include crenotherapy, hydrotherapy, electrotherapy, phototherapy, kinesiotherapy and hydroniesiotherapy, underwater showers, diadynamic currents and galvanic baths, and are used to treat digestive, renal, respiratory, metabolic, dermatological, cardiovascular, endocrine, gynecological, liver and cholecyst disorders and afflictions.
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Calimanesti and Caciulata

Calimanesti and Caciulata

The treatments that tourists can benefit from in the treatment center here include electrotherapy, hydrotherapy, mud-wrapping, acupuncture, a variety of massages, galvanic baths and carbon dioxide baths.
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Slanic Moldova

Slanic Moldova

The Slanic Moldova resort is situated in the Bacau county, in the Moldova region, in Romania. It is a well-known place for its bicarbonate and slightly sulfurous waters. The resort has a balneary background which unique not only in Romania, but in all of Europe, thanks to its water springs, whose waters are able to cure digestive, respiratory, nutritional and metabolic disorders.
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Eforie Nord

Eforie Nord is a health resort which was established in 1894, when the first clinic was opened there. Since it is on the seaside, the air is rich in saline aerosols and sulphurous meso-thermal waters are available for treatments. Other treatments include the sapropels extracted from the nearby lake, Techirghiol, and the Gerovital H3 and Aslavital rejuvenation treatments.
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Mangalia

Mangalia is the southernmost city on the Romanian Black Sea coast and is over 2,400 years old. The Romans were the ones to set the foundation of the city, which was firstly called Callatis and historic artifacts, tombs and statues have been found until recently. Since 1940 the city developed as a spa resort and is internationally known for its treatments, which include kidney, skin, liver, dermatological, locomotive, rheumatic, respiratory, gynecological, neurological and digestive disorders.
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See the beauty of Romania, take advantage of our wellness and health programs!

Peleș Castle
Peleș Castle
Hunyad Castle
Hunyad Castle
Culture and Traditions
Culture and Traditions
Saint Michael's Church in Cluj-Napoca
Saint Michael's Church in Cluj-Napoca
The untouched village
The untouched village