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In many Carpathians are associated with hiking in the mountains or winter sports. But along with this, the region is ready to please with other types of recreation. If you are looking for leisure time for health and relaxation, then chans in the Carpathians will be the optimal choice. This is a unique SPA procedure, originally from Transcarpathia, which will not be able to leave a single person indifferent.

Чани в Карпатах

What are tanks and how did they appear?

Modern Carpathian vats are large cast-iron boilers with thick walls. And the boiler itself is integrated into a special platform or stands on a fireplace. This cast-iron tank is filled with mineral water, to which various useful herbs, needles, etc. can be added. A fire is made under the vat and the water is gradually heated to 40-45 degrees Celsius. This allows you to feel comfortable even in the winter season.

Bathing in tanks is accompanied by further bathing in cold water, it can be a natural reservoir or a pool. Mineral water, surrounding nature, aromatic herbs and contrast of temperatures benefit various body systems. And the most remarkable thing is that these hot tubs in the Carpathians are located in the open air in winter and summer, thanks to which you can simultaneously enjoy bathing and the unique beauty around.

Now you know they are vats. But how did they appear? It is believed that they first appeared on the territory of Transcarpathia – in the village of Lumshory. It was the customs of local residents that started the tradition of healing by bathing in large containers with contrasting temperatures. Today, they have become popular not only in the territory of the Carpathians or Western Ukraine, but also all over the world.