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Enjoy the freedom – SZÉCHENYI BATH

Enjoy the freedom.

If you come to Budapest you must see this monumental relaxing experience center where the more than 100-year-old tradition and the newest bath culture are merged.

Bath is located in one of the most beautiful places of Budapest, in the City Park.

It is one of Europe’s largest bath complexes, the first bath which was built on the Pest side, between 1909 and 1913 in a modern Renaissance style. The medicinal water of Széchenyi Thermal Bath comes to the surface from the second deepest well of Budapest, from 1246 meters depth with a 76 °C temperature. In addition to traditional medical bath services, there are also a number of wellness services included in the price of the ticket, such are saunas and water gymnastics.

There are luxurious offers, as well: the private spa ensures you a delightful harmonic time with massage and unique care at a separated area.

Széchenyi Bath has qualified medicinal water with calcium-magnesium-hydrogen carbonate, chloride, sulphate, alkalines and a significant amount of fluoride Water is not just for people, the pool of the hippopotamus in the neighboring Budapest Zoo is also filled with thermal water.

Everyone can find his favourite pool open air or inside on top of that.

Surprise yourself and your beloved ones with an unforgettable bath experience.

Buy your ticket now.

http://ticket.budapestgyogyfurdoi.hu/

Széchenyi Thermal Bath

1146 Budapest, Állatkerti körút 9-11.

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