The Place Royale, a famous park also known as ‘Le Parc de sept-heures’ by the locals, is frequented by most visitors for their evening walk. The Hotel Brittanique, which was the German headquarters during the World War I, has now been converted ... More to a boarding school.
Other places of interest include Rue Royale, a casino which dates back to 1920, and a Bath House of the same time, which is built in a neo-classicist style and offers curing baths as well as beauty treatments.
With a population of around 12,000 inhabitants, Spa is characterised by a mild temperate climate, with warm summers and cold winters.
Spa, renowned for its health-giving hot water springs, has been attracting visitors since as early as the fourteenth century. In fact, the name of this city has become synonymous ... More with any place having a natural water source believed to possess healing properties or a hotel or resort offering hot water hydro-massage facilities. Till date, tourism is the mainstay of the economy here.
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