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Szechenyi Bath Budapest

The Neo-baroque palace that has been specifically built for Szechenyi Bath because Hungary is the country of Baths and Budapest is known to be the city of baths for many centuries.

Szechenyi Bath is something that would probably complete your Budapest holiday package, and we are not joking about it!

So, what on earth is Szechenyi? It is the most popular thermal baths in the country of Hungary and one of the biggest in Europe too. This Szechenyi Bath is around 100 years old, and throughout its old history, about a 100 million people have already enjoyed the warm and medicinal waters of this thermal spa.

Szechenyi Bath has 18 pools and each of the pools are open every single day throughout the year, including all the national day holidays. Besides these geothermal pools, you can also get a chance get a massage, enjoy the saunas and gym, or merely relax by the pools while you sip on some beer, wine or even drink the natural water that is the supply to the pools.

THE FUN ELEMENT: Try the whirlpools, the water jets, underwater aqua massage or explore the maze.

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THE RELAXATION: Soak yourself in the spring waters day and night and book a massage session in advance to enhance the water’s healing power.

THE HISTORICAL INDULGENCE: These spring waters were discovered in the 1880s and around 1913, millions were already enjoying the therapeutically power baths. Also, don’t forget to explore the Neo-baroque palace.

THE AFFORDABILITY: The price is always a factor that hinders us to try these things out. The price for these thermal baths are certainly not cheap but are quite affordable in terms of the service you are being offered, especially the 20 minutes add on aroma massage therapy that you get. The price ranges from €18 for the entry to the baths.

Bath ticket with a cabin – Around 19 Euros (a full day entrance to the Szechenyi Bath with a personal changing room and cabin for storage)

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If you are in Budapest for only 3 days, and you wish to only visit one single thermal bath in the entire City of Baths then your ideal choice should be Szechenyi. Having said that, the baths here are worth a visit because each of them have its own beauty and characteristics, which will surely leave you relaxed.

Do not take our word, get ready to experience it!

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