Széchenyi Thermal Bath, Budapest, Hungary

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Széchenyi Thermal Bath

Állatkerti körút 9-11

Budapest, Mitteltransdanubien H-1138 HU

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+36 1 363 3210

http://szechenyifurdo.hu

  • 4 mentions in What are the 5 things you HAVE to do when you are visiting Budapest?

    • Ben L.

      Ben L. said, "...2 - Thermal baths. My personal favourite is Rudas Baths but Gellért Thermal Bath is also great as arr the famous Széchenyi-Bad. Check out if there is a Cinetrip event before going to and you may be able to rave..." See More

    • Babak F.

      Babak F. said, "...in several. The most famous one is probably Szimpla Kert. 3. Visit a bath house. Perhaps the Gellért Thermal Bath or Széchenyi-Bad. 4. Take in city, the views from Gellért Hill or the architecture around downtown Pest, specifically on Andrássy..." See More

    • Emily N.

      Emily N. said, "...I have had amazing times in Budapest. In no particular order... Go to the baths ( Széchenyi-Bad) Cross the bridge and climb Castle Hill on the Buda side - be sure to check out the Parliament building and grounds as..." See More

    • Gyöngyi G.

      Gyöngyi G. said, "...Hello! Must see the renewed Rudas Baths or even the biggest spa in central Europe the Széchenyi-Bad Budapest has a perfect location the river Danube divided into two parts so i really recommend to take a danube cruise. from Duna Palota..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Suggestions for Budapest, Hungary?

    • Anna G.

      Anna G. said, "...Labyrinth nearby. Walk around the area as it is so picturesque. On the Pest side do see the House of Parliament, Széchenyi Thermal Bath, City Park where the Vajdahunyad Castle is. Food wise, Angelika Kaveház és Étterem, Boom&Brass Restaurant and KARMA Kávézó..." See More

    • Ed B.

      Ed B. said, "...Park Budapest where all the statues from Soviet occupation are gathered. You can get there by city bus. Don't miss the Széchenyi Thermal Bath, and do leave lots of spare time to wander and take in all the elaborate detail. It's a..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Places to see in Budapest for a solo female traveler

    • Shauna H.

      Shauna H. said, "...of seven towers, this phenomenal Fisherman's Terrace overlooks the Danube. Has a lot of pathways and a panoramic views of Budapest. Széchenyi-Bad- Many of the baths, like this one, have been around for over a hundred years. Summer on the..." See More

    • Ed B.

      Ed B. said, "...Baths. If you have the time, I would add the Gellért Thermal Bath, although the Széchenyi-Bad and surrounding city park are a first choice. (The map has not located Szechenyi correctly) Memento Park Budapest, a collection of fallen Communist statues is..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the most underrated travel destinations?

    • Alejandro M.

      Alejandro M. said, "...forgotten. It has the most amazing baths/pools I have ever seen like the Danubius Hotel Gellért , Rudas Baths and the Széchenyi-Bad among many. The amazing views from the Buda Castle, the food at Central Market Hall and the great Vajdahunyad..." See More

  • 1 mention in Must see architecture in Budapest?

    • Georgia G.

      Georgia G. said, "...away and it gave us bearings as well as took us to the "important" sites. recommend: Buda Castle, Memorial Park, Parlament, Széchenyi-Bad, Gerbeaud'sfor breakfast, lunch, dinner or ice cream- the best. we walked once-elegant boulevards with bullet holes still on..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the best spas and baths in the city?

    • Mark B.

      Mark B. said, "...It depends a bit on what you're looking for, but Széchenyi-Bad is a 'must' because of it's size, grand setting and the fact that most (not all) is outside which is really nice, especially in winter. You can get treatments (massage..." See More

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