Széchenyi Thermal Bath

One of the largest thermal bath complexes in Europe, known for its medicinal and recreational baths.

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Széchenyi Thermal Bath

One of the largest and most popular thermal baths in Budapest, built in the early 20th century. The baths offer a variety of pools and steam rooms, each with unique characteristics and temperatures ranging from 18°C to 39°C (64°F to 102°F).


Outdoor Pools

Relax in the sun or under the shade of trees surrounded by beautiful gardens. The outdoor pools are open during the summer months and offer a refreshing escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.


Indoor Pools

For those who prefer a more peaceful and relaxed atmosphere, the indoor pools are perfect. The pools are kept at a constant temperature, providing a comfortable bathing experience all year round.


Steam Rooms

Unwind in one of the three steam rooms, each with a different temperature and ambiance. Choose from a herbal, eucalyptus, or sauna-like experience to suit your mood and preferences.


Massage and Treatment Rooms

Treat yourself to a rejuvenating massage or treatment. The baths offer a range of options, from classic Hungarian massages to more modern techniques like reflexology and aromatherapy.


Széchenyi Street

Take a stroll down this charming street lined with cafes, restaurants, and souvenir shops. You'll find plenty of opportunities to sample traditional Hungarian cuisine and drinks.


Gellért Baths

A shorter walk away, the Gellért Baths offer another impressive thermal bath experience. Explore the stunning art nouveau architecture and enjoy a relaxing soak in one of the many pools.


Liberty Bridge

Cross over to Pest via the iconic Liberty Bridge, which offers breathtaking views of the Danube River and the city skyline. The bridge is particularly stunning at night when it's lit up with colorful lights.