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Széchenyi Gyógyfürdő és Uszoda

Spa and Pool · Városliget
Budapest, Állatkerti körút 9-11., 1146, Hungary
Open until 10:00 PM (Show more)
  • Mon–Sun
    • 6:00 AM–10:00 PM
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    Marina A.
    "3 large outdoor pools"(8 Tips)
    Alex G.
    "The large outdoor thermal pool is the place to be, so relaxing."(6 Tips)
    We Love Budapest
    "hot thermal waters"(5 Tips)
    Clea R.
    "Also bring your own towel (borrow from the hotel) to avoid queues."(6 Tips)
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  • spa
  • swimming pool
  • architecture
  • thermal pools
  • massage
  • outdoor pools
  • casual
  • thermal bath in budapest
  • thermal water
  • indoor pool
  • hot tubs
  • outdoor seating
  • DJs
  • sunsets
  • saunas
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  • good for a late night
  • bath houses
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  • cabins
  • Rahmawati D.

    Beautiful bath

    Rahmawati D. · 4 days ago
  • Tarek D.

    The place is amazing. We had a great time getting a massage and than soaking in the water. Its best to go to the outdoor pools.

    Tarek Desir · 1 week ago
  • Jennifer H.

    Amazing place! Go early morning on weekday to avoid the crowd

    Jennifer Hardi · 2 weeks ago
  • Giorgos A.

    The best spa you have to go and choose cabin

    Giorgos Apostolidis · 2 weeks ago
  • Julia K.

    What an amazing experience! A Budapest must do! I would recommend using an outside locker tho, someone stole my towel in about 20mins & I couldn't relax after that. Was charged 3000huf to hire one.

    Julia Kate · 3 weeks ago
  • Victoria C.

    We love this bath for its vast outdoor space. The thermal pools in the winter are a delight. The changing cabins aren't as nice as the Gellert, but they are ok. We came 3 times on our last trip.

    Victoria Craig · January 10
  • Max Z.

    Perhaps the best thermal bath in Budapest but overpriced. Same bath but Eger or Miskolc cost 2,5 times less.

    Max Z · January 7
  • Łukasz K.

    Smells really bad but definitely worth to visit during stay in Budapest. Go in the morning to avoid long lines and take your towel with you.

    Łukasz Koczkowski · January 4
  • Alexey K.

    Good thermal water and spa

    Alexey Kuryavsky · December 26, 2015
  • Z A.

    Open air pools were interesting and nice. However the facility is old and dirty. Stay away from massage option! Overrated...

    Z Atasoy · December 22, 2015
  • Seyfettin S.

    Beautiful thermal outside. Winter time especially is suggested.

    Seyfettin Sünger · December 15, 2015
  • Mehmet Tuğberk Ş.

    A must visit place in Budapest

    Mehmet Tuğberk Şanveren · December 5, 2015
  • M O.

    Bad experience with the staff: I asked for a ticket with a locker they charged me more selling me the ticket with a cabin. When I realized they just told me they don't do returns.

    M O · December 2, 2015
  • Marina A.

    This is a place you must visit. With 3 large outdoor pools that are heated in winter, countless saunas and indoor pools it is the perfect form of relaxation. Recommendations: 38 degree pool.

    Marina Aleksic · November 29, 2015
  • Esra V.

    Very nice bath. You must see if you visit Budapest.

    Esra V. · November 17, 2015
  • Victoria S ❄

    For me the best thermal baths in the city.Take with you:swimsuit,towels,slippers,shampoo&a hair dryer!Its better to hire a cabin&not a locker!The temperature of waters is 28°C.A magic experience!

    Victoria S ❄ · October 15, 2015
  • Effie K.

    The building is spectacular.

    Effie Koutsi · October 5, 2015
  • Erika S.

    Beautiful architecture and nice warm pools. As a Finn I would've enjoyed a bit more higher temperatures in the saunas but all in all a good experience and would recommend to others.

    Erika Suua · October 5, 2015
  • Nick L.

    Worth a visit but I wasn't totally sure how much I enjoyed it. Lots of foreigners and it did feel a little close.

    Nick Longley · September 26, 2015
  • Konstantin S.

    Bring your own towels and slippers if you can. You can use one cabin (kabinok) for several people to save 500 Ft each. Inside bar only takes cash, restaurant accepts cards.

    Konstantin Stepanenkov · September 4, 2015
  • Jason C.

    Biggest thermae in Budapest. Lots of options from very cold To very hot baths, saunas and Turkish baths.

    Jason Callewaert · August 25, 2015
  • Waleed Z.

    Outside thermal pools are sensational, I subscribed to the premium package, and lived like a king, free massage, fruits and juices, inside jacuzzis.. Must visit 💆

    Waleed Zaki · August 22, 2015
  • Carolina Kim C.

    Try to buy the ticket in advance, so you don't have to wait in line :)

  • ilker ibik

    Sooooo dammmn beautiful.. And so are the crowd 😉

    ilker ibik · August 18, 2015
  • Thomas C.

    The spa was extremely crowded. Expect to wait in queue for a long time. The cabins were clean and safe. The baths too crowded to really enjoy it. Better look for a less touristy bath.

    Thomas Craenen · August 9, 2015
  • Tony E.

    Great spa for good money.

    Tony Evans · August 8, 2015
  • Lady L.

    Totally worth it!!! But you should bring your own Food though.

    Lady Luke · August 5, 2015
  • Zsombor F.

    Spa party: your meta pay card is erased after ~2 days. Any money on it will be lost. -50€ for me :)

    Zsombor Fuszenecker · July 23, 2015
  • Elena 🐯

    Towels are for rent downstairs across the outdoor pools, cash only.

    Elena 🐯 · July 20, 2015
  • Selin A.

    Nice place to chill. Hire the nostalgic cabins next to thermal pools n try not to order any food :)

    Selin Acik · July 5, 2015
  • nergiz

    Party on saturday night is unique and fun..though average age is 24 :-)

    nergiz · June 29, 2015
  • Serhiy

    Great relaxation place after an overnight train ride.

    Serhiy · June 21, 2015
  • Jackson T.

    If your in Budapest, you must come here!!!

    Jackson Tsai · June 17, 2015
  • Thomas Z.

    The outdoor baths are amazing. If you're into saunas this place is probably not for you since most tourists there don't follow basic rules.

    Thomas Z · May 25, 2015
  • mizz l.

    There are 18 pools altogether.When its cold or it rains in Budapest , this is where people come to soak off the blues. Inside are many sauna options. Make sure u try them all ! Real fun !

    mizz lin · May 22, 2015
  • Matteo I.

    Awesome! Lots of pools indoor and outdoor, and lots of steam rooms as well.

    Matteo Innocenti · May 22, 2015
  • John H.

    Lovely outside baths

    John Helps · May 21, 2015
  • Paul D.

    Get there in the morning and waste a day relaxing

    Paul Dunstan · May 18, 2015
  • Andrew M.

    Cubicles are useful for couples. Big enough for one to get changed in at a time and secure as staff are always walking nearby

    Andrew Manwaring · May 10, 2015
  • Dean J.

    Definitely get a cabin. One for every two people is ideal. Easy to change clothes and come in and out of the cabin.

    Dean Johnson · May 9, 2015
  • Waleed Z.

    I took the full package (99€) and was a king there, I had unlimited fruits and juices, free massage. Swimming in the heated outside pools with rain showers on top of u is an amazing experience.

    Waleed Zaki · May 4, 2015
  • Larissa S.

    Kinda confusing, the maps don't help at all.The blow dryers are ok if you are extremely patient. Besides these, the pools are great

    Larissa Sant'Anna · April 28, 2015
  • David S.

    Don't know why this bath received such a high score. I was there in April and half of the pools were closed, constructions were taking place, it was dirty and way too crowded. Very unpleasent!

    David Strüning · April 19, 2015
  • Jiexi C.

    Always remember to bring flip-flops, absorbent towel, and ready to relax. One of the outdoor baths is more fun than the other.😉

    Jiexi Cao · April 7, 2015
  • Jimm L.

    A bit confusing for foreigners, but roll with it...good fun.

    Jimm Lerch · April 6, 2015
  • Ron [Dia] S.

    Best way to enjoy the bath is sitting outside (!) in the hot thermal water when it's snowing:)

    Ron [Dia] Swanson · April 6, 2015
  • Clea R.

    Get organized! Pre book your entry & massage (booked out always on the day) with and avoid the massive queues. Also bring your own towel (borrow from the hotel) to avoid queues.

    Clea Romeo · April 5, 2015
  • Lydia U.

    Yes, the bath is not as clean as others in Europe. Yes, the sulfur smells. But does this make a visit to the bath any less amazing? No!

    Lydia Unicørn · April 5, 2015
  • Daniel S.

    Go for the outside thermal pool!

    Daniel Schierbeck · April 3, 2015
  • Jindra B.

    Had a great time outside while it was so cold and windy!

    Jindra Bučan · April 3, 2015

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