Hungarian baths see summer revenues flowing

Tourism

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The revenues of Hungarian baths during the summer season edged up 2% this year compared to last year, although visitor numbers were unchanged, Gyula Czeglédi, managing director of the Hungarian Spa Association, said yesterday, as reported by Hungarian news agency MTI.

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Czeglédi said that according to preliminary figures even as visitor numbers were broadly unchanged, the best-performing baths saw a few percentage points uptick in visitor numbers. 

Based on last yearʼs data, Czeglédi said visits to spas and open-air baths are an important part of tourism in the ten most frequented cities by visitor numbers.

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