- Cost – 5500 HUF (about £15/17 Euro) for all day adult entry and a locker. You get an electronic band that is your locker key, but you can also load money on it to spend in the café or bar. You can also get a private cabin or pay for massages and other therapies; they even had a bloody BEER SPA!! Which would be amazing if you were away for a stag/hen or birthday party.
- Opening hours – 6am – 10pm all year round. Open till 3am for the Saturday night Sparties
- Things you need – swimmers (this is not a naked spa), flip-flops, and towel. Although you can hire a towel if you need to and if you want to actually swim lengths in the swimming pool a cap too, but you don’t need a cap for the thermal spas.
I think it’s fair to say I’m obsessed with Edinburgh Fringe Festival. I’ve been every year for as long as I can remember as a punter and I’ve even worked at a few: wrangling street performers and managing out door stages. The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is almost 4 weeks of madness! 4000 shows take place in over 300 venues all over the city, everywhere becomes a venue…
The bar scene in Newcastle is fast moving and there are some fabulous new additions. So, if you’re heading to the Toon for the up-coming bank holidays, I’ve put together a handy list of some of the best bars in Newcastle, with something to appeal to everyone.
As well as staying in one of the most fabulous Hotels in Edinburgh my itinerary included eating at some of the hottest additions to the local foodie scene, drinking plenty of whisky (maybe a bit too much, ha!) all while seeing the best bits of this ancient city. So, if you’re visiting soon and looking for an Edinburgh itinerary that maximises your time there, look no further!