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
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.
- 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
- The stream closes at 7pm but the fitness spa is open till 10 in the night.
- Allatkerti korut 9-11
- Lancelot Lovagi
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18.66% of people who visit Budapest include Szechenyi Medicinal Bath in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
33.33% of people start their Szechenyi Medicinal Bath visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
2 Hrs 30 Minutes
People usually take around 2 Hrs 30 Minutes to see Szechenyi Medicinal Bath
47.83% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Szechenyi Medicinal Bath
Great experience! Had big expectations, and wasn't let down. Had the choice when paying entrance to choose communal locker room or private cabin. Mistakenly went for locker, when I for another few cents could have had my own beautiful colonial style cabin all day. Whatever you do, pay for a cabin. Absolutely stunning Victorian setting, loads of different pools to try out, all with different water temperatures. Highlight is the outdoor main baths, with hot water and fountains spraying jets of water on the bathers. Even in November sunbathing was comfortable. Only bad point was the restaurant. Very high prices, for buffet food which did not seem very appealing at all. Saw a few other bathers who obviously were regulars, as they had brought their own food.
Wow, this place is awesome! The baths are great. We went early when it wasn't too crowded. Choose the cabin where you'll be able to have a room for yourself and change. It's not that big, but it's really enough. They give you a bracelet which open the lock, which is great cause you don't have to take anything with you.
A must do in Budapest! The best spa around! Probably the best place to visit while in Budapest! It is very popular for the locals but tourists also, and it is a place where you can relax after a night in the Budapest bars and clubw. The entrance fee is reasonable and you can stay here until late in the evening. There are outdoor pools with hot water that can be visited in winter and also around 10 different indoor pools too. Bring your own slippers and swimsuit, the towels can be rented here.
It's just an all around great experience. If you spend time here you have to try Hungary's thermal baths. This particular one is so beautiful too. It's best to see it when the sun sets and the lights come on... a magical experience. And if it snows...it seems like a fairy tale.
I went there on a rainy day with my boyfriend - the experience was amazing. The overall weather outside wasn't too nice, but it was so relaxing and comfortable to sit and chat in hot and steamy pool. The indoor baths are also definitely worth of experiencing, and there are many different saunas as well. Especially during the winter: remember to take your flip flops or purchase/rent them before entering to pool area!