Szechenyi Medicinal BathCurrently Closed
- Address: 1146 Budapest, Allatkerti korut 9-11, Hungary
- Timings: 10:30 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: 36-13633210
- Ticket Price: 4100 HUF
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Water Body, Hot Spring, Leisure
Szechenyi Medicinal Bath - Review
Thermal baths in Budapest are pretty well known. The naturally heated water from this place comes from St. Stephen’s well and is considered to be extremely therapeutic. You can choose to just experience just the bath but there are a lot of activities to choose from in the centre. In fact baths are also utilized for a variety of purposes such as fat burning, weight- and body-toning gymnastics, and aqua aerobics.
Located in City Park, the Bath is perfect for those looking to relax and have a laid back experience on their holiday. There are several massage and relaxation facilities besides just the steam baths. There are also aroma-therapy sessions and breathing exercises that are taught here.
All in all it is a wonderful place to relax and take a break. The thermal baths in Budapest are definitely a unique experience that every traveler must try out at least once.
Szechenyi Medicinal Bath Ticket Prices
- The ticket price given is that of a whole day ticket with locker facilities. You can also opt for a morning ticket 6am to 8pm which will cost HUF 3800
- Prices increase on weekends.
- Massages cost from2000-5000 HUF
Szechenyi Medicinal Bath Hours
- The stream closes at 7pm but the fitness spa is open till 10 in the night.
How To reach Szechenyi Medicinal Bath by Public Transport
- Allatkerti korut 9-11
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Szechenyi Medicinal Bath, Budapest Reviews
You must do one of the public baths in Budapest! We chose this one... Very beautiful building and a large choice of baths and saunas. Slippers are obligated and a swimming cap in the central pool... So bring that to avoid having to buy on location. Drinks and ice-cream reasonably priced. Cleanliness acceptable. Lockers or cabins lock with an electronic 'watch' so it's safe...
Wonderful and immense venue. Yes go early and yes take your own slippers, towels (ideally 3:tiny to sit in the sauna, 1 to lie down on deck chairs - you will get that really wet - and 1 to dry yourself before leaving) and shower cap (needed only in the main swimming pool though) I would suggest to take food as well as the choice is good but heavy and not so healthy.. Absolute to try: hot sauna (the one underground and with hidden entrance) and then very cold bath followed by crushed ice rubbing!
Interesting experience. Kind of like a spa meets public pool. It can be very relaxing if you go at the right time. Strongly recommend being in and out by noon cause it gets super busy in the afternoon. Lots of hot and cold pools, saunas, and mud baths. Bring flip-flops, a towel, and a bathing suit. Get a locker to protect your valuables. I don't think I'll return to this bath on a return visit but it was still worth experiencing once.
An amazing day. I spent 6 hours there easily. Cab bring your own flip flops + towels though they do have them for hire. At 11am it was fine, queue looked long but went down very fast. By 4:30pm the pools are busy but you have room. Bring your own lunch but there is a cafe there with some things. Also make sure you make time to go round more than once, the inside has many pools and saunas which you can miss.
Awesome place for thermal bath. They have large outdoor pools and multiple indoor pools with varied temperatures. Great for families. Usually crowded on weekends. They also have sauna/steam bath and jacuzzi pool. Parking is a bit of a challenge though especially on weekends. Overall, must visit when in Budapest.