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Great support from The European Historic Thermal Towns Association (EHTTA)

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The European Historic Thermal Towns Association (EHTTA) is a membership organization representing historic thermal spa towns across Europe. Since 2010 it is certified by the Council of Europe to manage the European Route of Historic The

The European Historic Thermal Towns Association (EHTTA) is a membership organization representing historic thermal spa towns across Europe.
Since 2010 it is certified by the Council of Europe to manage the European Route of Historic Thermal Towns, as part of the Cultural Routes programme.
The EHTTA was founded in 2009 in Brussels (Belgium) by six Founder Members - Acqui Terme (Italy), Bath (UK), Ourense (Spain), Salsomaggiore Terme (Italy), Spa (Belgium), and Vichy (France). Many of these towns were involved were involved in the 3-years co-operation project "Thermae Europae" (Culture 2000 Programme) aiming at the valorization and preservation of the thermal cultural heritage in Europe, and were keen to continue working together by establishing a permanent network.

As a result, EHTTA was established as a non-profit association based on the need to encourage protect and enhance the thermal, artistic and cultural heritage throughout Europe. In 2010 it was certified by the Council of Europe as a European Cultural Route, one of over 30 across Europe.