No visit to Budapest can be complete without a visit to its spas, which give the sense of stories from the pages of a history book coming to life.
No other capital in the world has more hot-water springs. Whether for rehabilitation or recreation, it’s worth devoting some time to discover the city’s thermal baths.
Whether in summer or winter, rain or shine, we have a great programme to recommend. Visit one of Europe’s largest bath complexes, the enormous Széchenyi Thermal Bath in City Park, to combine treatment and relaxation: enjoy the heavenly environment while the gentle healing water revitalises your body.
Gellért Bath is one of the best examples of Budapest’s lively 19th century bathing culture. The Art Nouveau building and hotel at the Buda end of Liberty Bridge were built in 1911, providing an insight into bath life and early 20th century architecture.