Thermal baths of Budapest

Gellért bath

Since its construction in 1918, the Gellért Spa has been the most prestigious of thermal baths on the Buda side of the city. The spa is famous for its main hall with gallery and glass roof, built in Art-Nouveau style, sparkling bath and open-air pool with artificial waves. The bath is decorated with numerous Art-Nouveau furnishings, artistic mosaics and sculptures.

Daily tickets Weekdays Weekends and holidays
Adult ticket with locker usage 5 100 Ft 5 300 Ft
Adult ticket with cabin usage 5 500 Ft 5 700 Ft

Under the age of 2 the bath is free of charge. Thermal water is not recommended under the age of 14. In case parents insist to come with a baby, he/she can enter the pools only if toilet-trained.

Széchenyi bath

The Széchenyi Bath is largest thermal spring bath complex not only in Budapest, in but whole Europe as well. It's also the first thermal bath of Pest. The Széchenyi Thermal Bath was built in 1913 in neo-baroque style. At that time it had private baths, separate men and women steam-bath sections, and different men / women "public baths".

The complex was expanded in 1927, and currently has 3 outdoor, and 15 indoor pools.

Book in advance your ticket without extra charge, and you can avoid the queuing.

Daily tickets Weekdays Weekends and holidays
Daily ticket with cabin usage 5 200 Ft 5 400 Ft
Daily ticket with locker usage 4 700 Ft 4 900 Ft

Thermal water is not recommended under 14, either. In case parents insist to come with a baby, he/she can enter the pools only if toilet-trained.