Széchenyi Spa entrance ticket

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PreviousJune 2020

No visit to Budapest is complete without a bath in one of its world-famous thermal spring spas. The ancient Romans had already discovered the healing effects of the thermal springs on the area we call Budapest today.  The bath culture however only started to develop during the Turkish times. By booking your tickets in advance, you do not have to wait in a queue; fast & easy entrance provided through Hungária Koncert separate Welcome desk.The Szechenyi Bath is Budapest’s largest thermal spring bath, which was built in 1913 in Neo-Baroque style. Its thermal spring is one of the deepest and warmest in the city. It is situated in the City Park, opposite the City Circus and it can be reached by metro line M1 (the name of the station is Szechenyi fürdõ). It is the largest and most important of all the thermal spas on the Pest side, with its numerous indoor and outdoor pools.



Highlights of the program    

Medicinal natural hot spring waters in the 18 pools                                
Skip the Line entrance through Hungaria Koncert separate Welcome-desk                                
10 saunas / steam cabins                                
private cabin usage    

Tour details    
Opening hours of the Help Desk :                                
Monday - Sunday 9 am - 6 pm. Your ticket is valid until 10 pm for the requested date                                
Full Day ticket                                
Includes a cabin usage                                
Not includes: towels, flip flops                                
Towel rental is available in Szechenyi Baths                                
Massage is an extra bookable on the spot    

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Szechenyi Spa

Szechenyi Spa Baths is in the biggest green park of Budapest, in the City Park, close to a bunch of Budapest attractions. The  Neo-baroque palace was specifically built for hosting Szechenyi Baths as Hungary has been the country of baths (and Budapest the City of Baths) for many centuries: starting with the Roman settlers who built the first spa baths, through the 16th century Turkish occupiers who built many of the famous and revived Turkish baths in Budapest to the 19-20th century natural medical trends that promote aqua therapies and their deeply beneficial effects. The beautiful building of the spa baths is the design of Gyozo Czigler (Győző Czigler) who started to build Szechenyi Furdo in May 1909.
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