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You must have heard what magnificent baths Hungary has thanks to the country’s natural features. Well, luckily the news is true! If you are ready for relaxing in medicinal water, you won’t simply spend a great time in an imposing environment but the healing water will also have a positive effect on your body. You must visit a bath in Budapest! Whether it's winter or summer, bright sunshine or heavy rain, combine the pleasant with the useful and recharge your ...Read More
Hungary has a well-deserved international reputation for the wealth of thermal and mineral water sources throughout the country, inviting people from all around the world to travel here to soothe their pains, or just relax while enjoying the wide range of spa services that are on offer.
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.
As you stroll through Budapest, you might feel like taking a break from admiring the sights and relaxing for a while by treating yourself to a pleasant dip. There is hardly a better place to do it than the Rudas Thermal Bath. The spa at the Buda end of Erzsébet Bridge has been welcoming lovers of bathing for over 450 years.
The Turkish occupation of Hungary was left a positive legacy: To this day you can enjoy one of the pearls of Ottoman bath culture in the Király Bath, which has been around for almost half a century. Immerse yourself in the healing bubbles in Budapest’s 2nd district.