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Budapest Bath Prices

Budapest bath ticket and massage prices are quite varied. In the prices below we only show the most frequently asked prices, for a detailed price list, please check out the individual bath info. The following prices are for 2015. Budapest Thermal Bath company reserves the right to change the bath prices without notice. Euro prices are indicative only, and depend on the currency rates, most cashiers only accept Hungarian Forint payment (not Euro).

Szechenyi Bath Prices

Prices are shown in Hungarian Forint (HUF or Ft for short, and Euros)

Tickets & Massage Szechenyi Thermal Bath
Prices 
Weekdays –   Weekends & Public Holidays
Szechenyi Bath Ticket with cabin 5000 Ft 5200 Ft
Szechenyi Bath Ticket with locker 4 500 Ft 4 700 Ft
Szechenyi Bath Online Ticket with Private Cabin & Private Entrance € 17.5 € 17.5
30 Min Massage with Ticket & Cabin € 33.5 € 33.5
60 Min Refreshing Massage with Ticket & Cabin € 58.5 € 58.5

 

Gellert Bath Prices

Prices are shown in Hungarian Forint (HUF or Ft for short, and Euros)

Tickets & Massage – Gellert Thermal Bath Prices (HUF)
Weekdays –     Weekends
Gellert Bath Ticket with locker 4 900 Ft 5 100 Ft
Gellert Bath Ticket with cabin 5 300 Ft 5 500 Ft
Gellert Online Ticket with Private Cabin & Private Entrance € 18.5 € 18
30 Min Massage with Ticket & Cabin € 35 € 35.5
60 Min Luxury Massage with Ticket & Cabin € 66.5 € 66.5

 

Lukacs Bath Prices

Prices are shown in Hungarian Forint (HUF or Ft for short)

Tickets – Lukacs Thermal Bath Weekdays Weekends
Lukacs Bath ticket with locker 3 100 Ft 3 200 Ft
Lukacs Bath ticket with cabin 3 500 Ft 3 600 Ft

 

Rudas Bath Prices
Prices are shown in Hungarian Forint (HUF or Ft for short)

Tickets – Rudas Thermal Bath Prices (HUF)
Weekdays  Weekends
Rudas Bath ticket with cabin (thermal pools only) 3 100 Ft 3 400 Ft
Rudas Bath Ticket combined (thermal and swimming pool) ticket 3 800 Ft 4 100 Ft
Rudas Bath Night ticket (Friday, Saturday: 10 pm – 4 am, no party, only late night swimming) – mixed night 4 400 Ft

 

Kiraly Bath Prices
Prices are shown in Hungarian Forint (HUF or Ft for short)

Tickets Prices (HUF)
Kiraly Bath ticket with 15-minute massage 4 800 Ft
Kiraly Bath ticket with cabin 2 600 Ft
Kiraly Bath ticket for Students (with valid Student ID. over 14) with locker 1 700 Ft

The price update was made on Feb 7, 2015

31 comments

  1. We are a group of 6 people and we visiting Budapest for the first time next week so we would like to try and book a 15 minute massage (the treatment which combined with the entry ticket) at Kiraly bath for all (3 men’s and 3 women’s). Sometime early afternoon at Thursday 26 of September would be best if available. I am looking forward for your answer
    Thank you.
    Catherine

    • Hello Catherine, unfortunately there is no online bath service reservation for Kiraly thermal baths. Short massages can be reserved online in Gellert Spa or Szechenyi Baths at this moment. In Kiraly Turkish Bath, you can simply get a massage (if there is any available) at the cashier, when buying your bath ticket.
      Have a great time in Budapest!

      • HALLO,
        WE ARE TWO LADIES /OVER 60 YRS/ LOOKING VERY MUCH FORWARD TO COME TO KIRALY THERMAL SPA.
        WE ARE COMMING ON FRIDAY 6.TH DECEMBER. /WE WILL BE STAYNG IN RAMADA AQUAWORLD RESORT/ IS POSSIBLE TO MAKE A RESERVATION FOR THE TICKETS IN KIRALY THERMAL SPA ?
        WE HEARD, THAT NOT ALVAYS IS TICKET AVAILABLE, BECAUSE IS NO SPACE IN YOUR SPA.
        PLEASE, LET ME KNOW, WHAT WE CAN DO TO ORDER A TICKET FOR THIS DAY.
        THANK YOU AND HAVE A NICE DAY. ALEX HLADKA

        • Hello Alex, unfortunately there is no online bath ticket reservation / purchase in Kiraly Bath Budapest. Guests can buy their bath entries on the spot depending on availability. True, the bath is of the smaller size, so on peak days it may be full house / no space. The nearby Rudas bath (also a Turkish bath) is a men only day on Friday, at the time of your Budapest visit in December. But there are many other nice baths in Budapest, also on the Buda side, e.g. Gellert Spa Bath: http://gellertspa.com/
          or Lukacs Baths: http://lukacsbaths.com/ (free to visit if you have a Budapest Card: http://budapestcards.com/)

          Have a beautiful winter holiday in Budapest. Some ideas for winter things to do, including the Christmas market: http://budapestchristmas.com/

          • THANKS FOR PROMPT REPLY. IT SEEMS, THAT WE HAVE TO COME FRIDAY VERY EARLY, BECAUSE NOBODY ELSE CAN MAKE A RESERVATION – IF WE COME EARLY, WE CAN BUY THE TICKET.
            WHAT IS A BEST TIME TO COME?
            THANK YOU, SINCERELY ALEX

          • Hello Alex, we would recommend the morning hours in Kiraly Bath (bath opening is at 9 am in the morning) or early afternoon around 2 pm. Please note that in most thermal baths in Budapest, swim wear must be worn in Kiraly Bath. Flip flops or waterproof sandals are also recommended. Have a nice and relaxing bath in Budapest!

  2. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR RECOMENDATION. WE WILL DO THAT.
    I WANT TO THANK YOU FOR SENDING NICE SUGGESTION ABOUT TIME IN YOUR CITY AND ESPECIALY THIS CHRISTMAS TIME.
    HAVE A NICE DAY ALEX

  3. Hi ! We are a group of 60 people (international students) and we are coming over in january. Are there any group discounts for the thermal bath ?
    Thank you for your answer

  4. Hello.
    We are comming to Budapest with small kids: 2 and 4 years old.
    Are they allowed to enter the baths? What is a price for them?
    Thank you.

    • Hello Eugene, I assume that you do not only wish to enter with the kids but also enjoy the facilities with them. Gellert Spa has special children tickets, but only potty trained / nappy free children are allowed to be in the pool. The thermal waters are not recommended for children under 14 though (especially not for a longer stretch of time), so it is up to the parent and his/her responsibility to take the kids, just like in the rest of the thermal baths in Budapest. We usually recommend visiting Aqua World water theme park in Budapest where there are many pools for children and even babies to enjoy all year round, even in the winter months. In summer time Palatinus or Dagaly open air lidos / baths are perfect for families with children. Some of the thermal baths have a policy not to allow children under 14 into the baths (e.g. Kiraly Bath), but Szechenyi Bath and Gellert Spa are open to children too, as long as the parents take control. Szechenyi Baths has a similar policy to Gellert Spa (parental responsibility, diaper free kids in pools). Enjoy Budapest!

  5. Thank you.
    What discount can I get in each bath with Budapest CARD? (I nkow that Lukas baths are for free)

  6. I come in early February to Budapest
    I read that days and days for men women
    I wanted to know when the days of entrance for men?
    How much is a ticket?
    What has the ticket price?
    What are the hours empty people what Hmhshaot full?
    Thanks

    • Hello Kobi, which bath do you want to visit? Most baths have mixed days (for women AND men), only Rudas Bath has separate days from Monday to Friday (except bank holidays). If you want to visit a Budapest bath on a men only day, you can choose Rudas Bath on Monday, Wed, Thursday or Friday (Tuesday is women only). The ticket prices vary: http://www.bathsbudapest.com/budapest-bath-prices
      In Rudas thermal it can be from HUF 3000 to HUF 4200
      The ticket price includes the bath use of the designated area (please see the above link which pools in Rudas can be visited with various tickets). The price does not include massage, beauty treatments or any other treatments, only the use of the pools, saunas, steam rooms.
      The baths are usually less crowded on weekday mornings when most people are at work, and most crowded at weekends. Please note the weekends are co educated in Rudas bath, and in all Budapest baths.

  7. Hi, I’m coming to try Rudas Bath in Feb. May I know if I can pay by credit card in most of the baths in Budapest?

  8. Volodymyr Sadnytskyy

    Dear friends! I’m going to attend Kiraly Bath in June. Are you open? What ‘s the best way to use a public transport to get there and what is the cheapest ticket to enter there?

    • Dear Volodymyr, Kiraly Bath is open throughout the year, every month. In June the bath is also open. The public transport is by number 86 bus, which goes through Fo utca (Fo Street), or taking a walk from the Margaret Bridge streetcar stop (streetcar 4 or 6 stops on the Buda side of the bridge). Ticket prices are for a day visit for HUF 2400, or HUF 1700 for students.

  9. Hello,
    I am coming to Budapest with my two kids, 6 and 2 years old. It seems that Szechenyi Bath and Gellert Spa are not the best choices, though we really want to visit these two places.

    For Aqua Water Park, does it have warm water pools? OR it is just the same as any other regular pool in any other countries?

  10. Hello,

    If i visit budapest with my girl, what would be the best spa to visit for a “romantc” stay for a hour or two?

    Remon

    • Hello Remon, perhaps it would be Gellert Spa (Art Nouveau, elegant, with luxury massages), or Rudas Baths (historical, Turkish and modern pools), or Veli Bej Spa (small, intimate, recently restored)

    • Hello Remon, it really depends on what is romantic to you. I would recommend Szechenyi Baths from 5 pm (18 pools are open) or from 7 pm (only the 3 outdoor pools are open). For a more historic time travel you may wish to choose Rudas Bath on a Friday night.

  11. Hello,

    I would like to ask if there are monthly or yearly offers or some kind of subscribtions with discounts for any of the baths.

    Thank you

    • Hello Kiki, yes, there is a yearly bath pass in Budapest, also available for a quarter of a year or half a year. The prices of the bath passes vary, depending on which bath you wish to visit on a regular basis (there is no overall Budapest Bath Pass for all baths at the moment). For details and pricing please inquire at the cashier of a particular thermal bath.

  12. Hello,

    My boyfriend and I will be visiting Budapest from the 20th Jan till the 24th Jan for his birthday and would like to experience one of the baths. We were just wondering what baths would be best to go to this time of year and how we would go about booking and what not.

    Thank You

    • Hello Sophia, that is a good question as each major thermal bath has its own beauty and character. Most tourists go to Szechenyi Baths, which is the biggest with its 18 pools, saunas, etc. and its 3 outdoor pools, 2 of which have warm spring water and are special in winter time http://szechenyispabaths.com/
      Gellert Spa is another main choice: http://gellertspa.com/ with its artistic interior and perhaps fewer people than in Szechenyi Baths.
      Many locals go to Rudas Baths (several Turkish bath parts from the 16th century are still functioning in the historical and modern building), or Lukacs Baths. Lukacs Baths feature winter Magic Bath parties in January: http://lukacsbaths.com/
      Booking online currently is only available for treatments, massages in Szechenyi or Gellert Bath in Budapest (and of course for the spa pool parties)

  13. do you accept euros?

  14. Hi,
    Once entering the Szechenyi baths say in the morning (10am), can I leave for afew hours in the middle of the day and return later on the same day?

  15. Hi,
    I’m interested in visiting Gellert baths. However, since I am in Budapest for only 2 days I’m wondering is there a half-day ticket?
    Köszönöm szépe

  16. Do you have to buy online tickets for the Saturday night baths or can you pay on arrival?

  17. Hello :)

    We will be in Budapest on 18 and 19 July and would like to visit Gellert Bath, We are 4 girls will it be possible to have a private cabin for 4 girls? And how much will it cost?

    Thank you,
    Via

  18. Disfruta con todos los sentidos, es un gourmand del sexo.

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