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Széchenyi Thermal Bath

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Állatkerti körút 9-11
Budapest, Mitteltransdanubien H-1138

 +36 1 363 3210

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"Don't miss the Széchenyi Thermal Bath, and do leave lots of spare time to wander and take in all the elaborate detail."  See More

"On the Pest side do see the House of Parliament, Széchenyi Thermal Bath, City Park where the Vajdahunyad Castle is."  See More

"Must see the renewed Rudas Baths or even the biggest spa in central Europe the Széchenyi-Bad"  See More

"Perhaps the Gellért Thermal Bath or Széchenyi-Bad."  See More

"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 well as the Shoes on the Danube memorial along the way."  See More

"My personal favourite is Rudas Baths but Gellért Thermal Bath is also great as arr the famous Széchenyi-Bad."  See More

"If you have the time, I would add the Gellért Thermal Bath, although the Széchenyi-Bad and surrounding city park are a first choice."  See More

"It has the most amazing baths/pools I have ever seen like the Danubius Hotel Gellért , Rudas Baths and the Széchenyi-Bad among many."  See More

"recommend: Buda Castle, Memorial Park, Parlament, Széchenyi-Bad, Gerbeaud's for breakfast, lunch, dinner or ice cream- the best."  See More

"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."  See More

"Széchenyi-Bad - Many of the baths, like this one, have been around for over a hundred years."  See More

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