Prices for treatment in Hungary 2021

Treatment in Hungary

Today, Hungary is one of the undisputed leaders among countries within the European Union in the pace of development of medicine and medical tourism. Hungarian medical institutions specialize in dentistry, arthrology, rehabilitation and rehabilitation medicine, as well as general, plastic and neurosurgery.

The popularity of treatment in Hungary is largely due to its convenient location (located at the crossroads of transport routes, Hungary has a developed transport network), first-class medical facilities (all Hungarian sanatoriums and medical facilities are well equipped and renovated) and unique natural conditions (an abundance of healing waters and mud).

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Unique features of treatment in Hungary

Treatment in clinics in Hungary has several features that distinguish them from other European medical institutions. Among the differences should be highlighted:

  • The narrow specialization of medical and sanatorium institutions thanks to which it is possible to choose a method of treatment suitable for each specific patient;
  • The unique chemical composition of mineral waters, which allows to effectively treat a wide range of diseases, from skin defects to diseases of muscles and joints;
  • An opportunity to visit the largest in Europe geothermal lake Heviz and the unique sanatoriums of the resort town of Tapolca;
  • The presence of healing springs in Budapest allows not only to undergo a course of treatment, but also to visit one of the most beautiful cities in Europe;
  • Mineral waters are similar in composition to the waters of the Dead Sea;
  • The unique composition of salt mined in the Sharvat thermal springs;
  • The special properties of the waters of the Hajduszoboszlo resort, which are best suited for the treatment of joint diseases;
  • Sanatorium-resort and medical institutions of Hungary are distinguished by high comfort and first-class equipment;
  • The developed tourism sector and service sector allows not only to undergo the necessary treatment, but also to get a high-quality quality rest.

What diseases are treated with thermal waters in Hungary?

Thermal water treatment in Hungary

Due to the presence of waters with a special mineral composition, patients suffering from the following pathologies can undergo treatment of diseases in Hungary:

  1. Degenerative-dystrophic and inflammatory diseases of the joints, ligamentous apparatus and spinal column;
  2. Defects of the skin (vitiligo, seborrhea, psoriasis, etc.);
  3. Allergies, especially its respiratory manifestations (swelling of the nasopharynx, tonsillitis, etc.);
  4. Pathology of the genitourinary system;
  5. Infertility
  6. Erosive pathologies of the mucous membrane of the stomach and intestines (ulcer, gastritis, colitis, etc.);
  7. Respiratory system diseases (acute and chronic bronchitis, asthma, pneumonia, acute respiratory viral infections, tonsillitis and more);
  8. Pathology of the kidneys, liver, pancreas and gall bladder;
  9. Neuritis of all forms and etiologies;
  10. Stress and exhaustion of the nervous system;
  11. Increased blood pressure and other diseases of the cardiovascular system;
  12. The recovery period after surgery.

Prices for treatment in clinics in Hungary in 2020

It is worth noting that the price of treatment will traditionally differ depending on the season and the number of tourists visiting the country. For example, the peak of the tourist season is the New Year holidays and summer months, in which the cost of spa treatment will be expectedly higher than in the autumn and spring months.

The approximate cost of treatment in Hungary in 2019 (for accommodation in a sanatorium) is: - 40 € per day in a three-star hotel, 60 € in a four-star and 90 € five-star.

Violetta Yanyshevska
Violetta YanyshevskaAuthor and medical editor