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Hungarian-operated thermal baths revenues up 12.5%

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Hungarian companies operating thermal baths in the country saw an overall revenue of HUF 58.5 billion in 2015, a rise of 12.5% as compared to the preceding year, the Hungarian Spa Association said yesterday based on an analysis it conducted, according to reports. 

Széchenyi Thermal Bath in Budapest. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)

Revenue from spa services came to HUF 31.1 bln, the association said in a summary sent to Hungarian news agency MTI. Prices on average were up by 5.1% last year as compared to the previous year, MTI added. 

The survey included 84 baths in Hungary, accounting for two-thirds of all baths of touristic value in the country according to the association.

Hungaryʼs thermal baths had more than 40 million visitors last year, up 7% on average from 2014, MTI noted.

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