Hungary launches spa classification system

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Hungary launched a national classification system for its spas today, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.

Rudas F├╝rd┼Ĺ, which is one of HungaryÔÇÖs historical Turkish baths located in Budapest, was awarded the highest five-star rating. The rating was awarded on the basis of a HUF 1 bln renovation and expansion completed last year, said deputy state secretary for tourism ├üd├ím Ruszink├│.

Ruszink├│ added that spas drew almost 2 million foreign visitors to the country last year.

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