Spa town in Austria
Bad Sauerbrunn (until 1987, Sauerbrunn; Hungarian: Savanyúkút; Croatian: Kisela voda) is the name of a mineral spa and the town in which it is located, in the district of Mattersburgin the Austrian state of Burgenland.
The town of Sauerbrunn was appointed spa in 1901 and soon became the popular summer residence of the Vienna, Budapest and Sopron society. Through the expansion of the tourism and spa facilities, as well as the high quality of the healing springs led 1987 to the right to wear the place name "Bad Sauerbrunn". The community source brings a magnesium-calcium-sodium-bicarbonate-sulphate-acidling (medicinal water) has the highest magnesium content in Austria. With the opening of the new spa and rehabilitation center, Bad Sauerbrunn has become a modern and innovative health resort.
The village is located in the middle of the Rosalia region where there are well-developed cycling, walking and hiking trails in a dreamlike natural scenery to discover.