Széchenyi Thermal Bath
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Very popular bath with many pools. It is in a nice historic building. You can slow down and relax here at any time during the year. Please note it can be crowded in high seasons.
This is a great and beautiful thermal spa with plenty of pools inside and outside. The saunas and steams are very stuffed all the time and the pools inside as well, but outside is fun and much prettier.
Szechenyi Baths (built in 1913) is the most visited and much praised attraction in Budapest: relaxing, fun, affordable and, at night, romantic. In addition to the marvellous medicinal natural hot spring waters in the 18 pools, there are 10 saunas / steam cabins, several massage therapies, facial…
Thanks to the geological features of the Carpathian Basin, Hungary is extremely rich in thermal springs, and the area of Budapest is no exception: the capital stretches across over 100 springs, many of them accessible to the public in beautiful historical buildings. The Széchenyi Baths, built in…
Szechenyi Bath is the biggest and most popular of all the thermal baths in Budapest. What is more, it is one of the biggest natural hot spring spa baths in Europe too. Szechenyi Bath is 100 years old in 2013, and throughout its century-old history, about 100 millions of bathers have enjoyed the warm…
Most popular bath in town, it gets crowded as the day goes. Mostly open air, so it has a special atmosphere in wintertime. Easy to get there by historic, yellow metro line 1.
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