Széchenyi Thermal Bath
One of the best known baths in Budapest is Széchenyi Thermal Bath located in the 14th district in City Park.
Széchenyi thermal bath is the largest bathing complex in Europe and provides 76 Celsius thermal water coming from 1246 meters deep to the surface from Budapest’s second deepest well.
The bathing complex welcomes guests in 21 pools, offering wellness and health care services, sauna, aerobic and water gymnastics.
The outdoor pools equipped with chessboards fascinates visitors to watch players how they play.
Given the healing composition of Széchenyi Bath’s water it is recommended for joint diseases, rheumatoid arthritis and the water from the drinking well is perfect to treat stomach diseases.
Gellért Thermal Bath
The world famous Gellért Thermal Bath is a well-known bathing establishment, located on the beautiful part of the Danube Bank.
Gellért bath is welcoming guest in 12 pool all together and has been providing wellness, relaxation and family programmes for visitors since 1918.
The water supply of the bath is ensured by the hot springs coming from Gellért Hill, and due the water’s rich mineral composition it is suggested for the healing of degenerative joint diseases, chronic arthritis and neuralgia.
This historical and iconic building has become world famous for its Art Nouveau interior design and surroundings.
Rudas Thermal Bath
Built more than 400 years ago in the period of the Turkish occupation, Rudas Thermal Bath has still preserved its Turkish style and medieval atmosphere.
Located on the foothill of Gellért Hill, Rudas bath welcomes guests in both in thermal and wellness departments featuring modern and Turkish architectural styles.
The centrepiece of the thermal department is the traditional Turkish octagonal pool sustained by 8 pillars,
and the outstanding panoramic rooftop established on the wellness section provides a unique experience for all guests.
Rudas bath offers visitors high quality services, such as medical and refreshing massages as well as health care treatments with mountain herbs and Hungarian wines.
Veli Bej Bath
A lesser known thermal bath located in Buda, close to Margit Bridge is the Veli Bej Spa of the Saint John of God Brothers.
The bathing establishment invites visitors to relax in its historic and Turkish surroundings, offering a wide range of spa services.
With its traditional Turkish bath department provides five pools, an octagonal pool in centre and four other bathing chambers.
Lukács Thermal Bath
Lukács Thermal Bath has been operating since the Turkish era, inviting visitors to its modernized swimming pool section and thermal bath complex.
The medicinal water here is considered to be the most effective waters in Budapest.
The healing energy of the springs have provided a successful healing cure to most visitors, and as a gesture of their gratitude they placed marble tablets on the walls of the bath’s backyard.