Something in the Water

more than a year ago
Sopot’s fame as a spa resort is built upon the waters of the St. Adalbert’s Spring (Sw. Wojciecha). According to our experts, the water here is high in bromide and iodine with large quantities of magnesium potassium and potassium iodine. When watered down it is drinkable and used to replenish medical deficiencies and is recommended for gastrointestinal disorders. The waters are also recommended for bathing and are recommended for those suffering from arthritis or rheumatism. You can taste it by popping into the café on the 3rd floor of the Sopot Tourism Association’s point in the Dom Zdrojowy (Pl. Zdrojowy 2), where the staff will happily explain how it works and fill you a cup direct from the spring.

You’ll also notice the glass-domed ‘Inhalation Mushrooms’ in Sopot's Southern Park. The water flowing up here comes straight from the spring and lengthy inhalation sessions under the canopy of their iodine-filled air is recommended for a whole host of breathing complaints.


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