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The thermal capital of the world

Budapest has been officially the thermal capital of the world since 1934. There are 123 thermal springs here which produce  approx. 70 million litres of water every day.  The biggest thermal bath complex of Central Eastern Europe is Széchenyi Baths.

Széchenyi Thermal Bath

1146 Budapest, Állatkerti körút 9-11.

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For more interesting facts, historic details, urban legends and beautifully illustrated maps, Kinga Tittel’s handy Budapest guide book, Fabulous Budapest is available online HERE or you can buy at the CitySightseeing Budapest office at 1075 Budapest, Károly körút 21.

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Fabulous Budapest

1075 Budapest, Károly körút 21.

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