Between 3rd and 5th October was held in Ourense, the thermal capital of Galicia, the autumn General Assembly of the European Historic Thermal Towns Assocation (EHTTA). Forty representatives of all Europe took part in this meeting, in which Caldes de Montbui and Pamukkale were accepted as new members of the network.
The scheduled events began at the Teatro Principal, with the celebration of the Café de Europa "The other face of water: sustainability strategies in thermal destinations", in which Mario presented the actions of the Ourense Thermal Province Plan related to the topic of seminar and its results.
In addition to operational, financial and communication decisions, the Assembly served to finalize the details of the Thermal Heritage Day, that the Association celebrates on October 12th at the Hotel Gellért (Budapest), with the support of Budapest Spas and Danubius Hotels. In addition, the Scientific Committee held a productive meeting in which the future steps for the development of the Thermal Heritage of Europe Atlas project were defined.