The most famous spa towns in Croatia are Daruvar, Šibenik and Sisak.
See: Spa towns in the Czech Republic In the Czech Language, the word Lázně implies a spa town.
These places were known and used since the Roman age.
Most spa towns in Poland are located in the Lesser Poland and Lower Silesian Voivodeships.
See: List of spa towns in Poland See: List of spa towns in Romania In Romania, the word Băile implies a spa town.
The most famous spa towns in Romania are Băile Herculane, Băile Felix, Mangalia, Covasna, Călimănești & Borsec.
The traditional ones are: Águas de Lindoia, Serra Negra, Águas de São Pedro, Caxambu, Poços de Caldas, Caldas Novas, Araxá, and São Lourenço.Patrons visit spas to "take the waters" for their purported health benefits.The word spa is derived from the name of Spa, a town in Belgium.Among the many famous spa towns in Germany are Bad Aachen, Baden-Baden, Bad Brückenau, Bad Ems, Bad Homburg, Bad Honnef, Bad Kissingen, Bad Kreuznach, Bad Mergentheim, Bad Muskau, Bad Pyrmont, Bad Reichenhall, Bad Saarow, Bad Schandau, Bad Segeberg, Bad Soden, Bad Tölz, Bad Wildbad, Bad Wildstein, Berchtesgaden, Binz, Freudenstadt, Heiligendamm, Heringsdorf, Kampen, Königstein, Radebeul, Schwangau, St. See: List of spa towns in Hungary In Hungary, the word fürdő or the more archaic füred ("bath"), fürdőváros ("spa town") or fürdőhely ("bathing place") implies a spa town.Blasien, Titisee, Tegernsee, Travemünde and Zingst. Hungary is rich in thermal waters with health benefits, and many spa towns are popular tourist destinations.Travelling by rail: The nearest train station is Leamington Spa, just three miles away from Woodland Grange.