Prominent examples of mineral water therapy destinations include the three cities of the Bohemian spa triangle in Czechia: Karlovy Vary, Františkovy Lázně, and Mariánské Lázně, where illnesses of the digestive and movement systems are commonly treated.
Hungary also boasts a rich bath tradition, with destinations such as Bad Héviz and Bad Bük offering medicinal waters that are particularly effective for treating liver diseases, digestive disorders, and urological and gynecological ailments.
Travelers may also consider Slovenia's Rogaska Slatina, which features the Donat spring with above-average magnesium content, ideal for addressing joint, intervertebral disc, and muscle complaints.
For those seeking treatment in Germany, Bavaria is an excellent destination, with places such as Bad Kissingen, Bad Orb, Bad Brückenau, and Bad Bocklet offering not only rich mineral springs but also a robust therapy infrastructure. It's worth noting that only water from state-approved mineral springs is administered in these locations.