Szechenyi Bath

Szechenyi Bath is the biggest and most popular of all the thermal baths in Budapest. What is more, it is one of the biggest natural hot spring spa baths in Europe too. Szechenyi Bath is 100 years old in 2013, and throughout its century old history, about a 100 millions of bathers have enjoyed the warm medicinal waters and the fun pools.

Szechenyi Bath Budapest

Szechenyi Bath Budapest August – Aaron Butler Photography

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Szechenyi Baths

The 18 pools in Szechenyi Bath is open every single day throughout the year, including national holidays, when its an especially  popular place to visit. Besides the outdoor and indoor geothermal pools, you can get massage treatments, enjoy the saunas, the gym, relax by the pools with some beer, wine or even taste the natural waters that supply the pools from over 1000 meters below the surface.

Fun: try the whirlpools, the water jets, the underwater aqua massage, and explore the labyrinth of the palace hiding 18 pools

Relaxing: soak in the spring waters day and night, summer or winter, and book a massage in advance to enhance the effectiveness of the waters’ healing powers.

Historical: the spring waters of Szechenyi Bath were discovered in the 1880s, by 1913 millions were enjoying the fun aqua therapeutical powers of the baths. Explore the Neo-Baroque palace and historical beauty of Szechenyi Bath.

Massage Treatment for Couples Szechenyi Spa Bath

Massage Treatment for Couples Szechenyi Spa Bath

Affordable: the prices of Szechenyi Bath are certainly not cheap, but are quite affordable for all the facilities and services, especially if you add a 30 min aroma massage therapy (prices from approx. €16) to your bath entry.

Massage Treatments: massage treatments are very well priced. More about Szechenyi Bath Massage therapies here.

If you have just 1-2-3 days in Budapest, and you wish to visit one single thermal baths in the City of Spas, we recommend choosing Szechenyi Bath.

Having said that, the baths in Budapest are worth a visit for their own beauties and characteristics, so if you can schedule more baths in your visit, you will not be disappointed or feel bored.

Each bath, Gellert Bath, Rudas Bath and the summer pools like Palatinus, has a lot to offer, and will give you a special experience in Hungary.

Do not take our word for it, come and see for yourself.

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