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- Recommended for:
- Families with younger children, Mature travellers, Seasoned travellers, Sporty types, Chilling out, Relaxation
Best for Chilling out - Expert review of Thermal baths
Budapest likes to claim for itself the title of ‘spa capital of the world’ – and, with something like 40 baths fed by natural thermal water, who’s to argue with the boast? The Romans wallowed in the warm water, and several Turkish baths still remain from the 150-year period of Ottoman occupation. Purists love the Széchenyi Baths in City Park; housed in a massive Neo-Baroque pile, this is the largest spa in Europe and has indoor and outdoor pools – the latter popular even in the depths of winter.
Entrance 3,100 forints on weekdays and 3,250 forints at weekends; discount with Budapest Card.
More information on Thermal baths:
- Price guide:
- Natural wonder, Swimming pool, Watersports
- Budapest, Budapest
- Months open:
- All year round
- Opening times:
- Daily 6am–10pm