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The largest bathing complexes in Europe, every year millions of tourists from around the world come here for hot tubs, saunas and swimming pools.
Széchenyi Thermal Bath (Széchenyi fürdő) is located in the main park of Budapest. You can reach it both on the subway, or walk through the park (at the same time you can visit the zoo).
On the territory of the Széchenyi Thermal Bath are 11 baths and 5 pools. There is a sauna, coffee shop, massage rooms. Everything is designed for the convenience of visitors and total relaxation.
Here is a lot of baths of different purposes. Salty and carbon dioxide, Turkish and Finnish, weight and contrast - you choose yourself where to go. The water in swimming pools is different temperatures, many people after a hot bath like to dive straight into cold water pool - very refreshing.
If you've spent in the pool a couple of hours, then you can return some of the money for the ticket.
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Relax in the Szechenyi Bath
You can relax and rejuvenate in hot baths and pools in one of the largest bathing complexes in Europe.Ft470011
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Széchenyi Thermal Bath on the mapLocation: City Park (Városliget)
from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm
More places to visit in Budapest
In the centre of Budapest majestic temple St.Stephen's Basilica rises over the city. It is named after first and the most honoured king of Hungary.7
Hungarian Vajdahunyad Castle is one of the most distinguished castles around the globe.11
The historic centre on the Buda side, where you can start your tour in Budapest, because from the top of the mountain you can see the entire city.13
Hungarian Parliament Building
One of the largest government buildings in the world, the symbol of united Hungary, designed in the style of the Palace of Westminster.8
Fisherman's Bastion, as many other architectural buildings in Budapest was constructed to mark 1000 anniversary of Hungary.10