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Visit the famous thermal baths of Budapest
Experience the healing powers of the hot springs
Relax in the pools and saunas of Széchenyi spa
What to expect
Let your body relax after a busy day of exploring Budapest in the Széchenyi Spa as you visit one of the largest spa baths in Europe. You'll be able to admire the neo-Baroque architecture of the building as you enjoy a day full of self-care and discover the healing powers of the hot springs.
This complex boasts three outdoor and fifteen indoor pools, saunas, steam rooms and aroma massage services (which you can buy on site). The pools are regulated at various temperatures and the outdoor activity pool has a jacuzzi and a whirlpool which is sure to help you relax even more! So come along and soak in the healing water of the Budapest Széchenyi Spa and enjoy the perfect break during your visit to the Hungarian capital.
COVID-19 informationThe following health and safety measures are in place, so you can relax and enjoy your experience.
The experience complies with government regulations
Entrance to the thermal bath
Cabin or locker use
Budapest, Állatkerti krt. 11, 1146 Hungary
The bath is located in the City park, close to the City Circus. You can get there with subway line no. 1 and get off at Széchenyi fürdo station. Please note that you need to exchange your voucher at the front desk by the main entrance.
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Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 1 day before the activity begins.
Important to know
- Use your daily ticket to enter the spa at any time after 9.00am and stay until closing time
- You can choose between two ticket types:
- Entry ticket with locker use: You get your own locker in a public changing room (separated by gender) where you can leave your bag and clothes
- Entry ticket with cabin use: Enjoy your own private cabin where you can change and store your belongings
- Remember to bring your own towel
- Flip flops must be worn at the facility
- Swimming caps must be worn in outside pools
- Per the requirements of Széchenyi spa - all participants are requested to provide the full name (first and last) during the booking process
- Please note that a visit from mid-December to early January might be more crowded than usual
- Children and babies who have not been potty trained yet are not allowed in the pools, even if they are wearing a swimming nappy. This usually applies to children under 3 years of age. Babies and toddlers can come with you to the bath, and stay outside the pool area. Toddlers under 2 can enter the bath area free of charge but will not be able to enjoy the water unfortunately