Széchenyi Thermal Bath

Széchenyi Thermal Bath, Budapest

Planning to visit Széchenyi Thermal Bath? See our information below!

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Budapest is the city of thermal baths. The largest thermal baths complex in all of Europe, is also in Budapest, the Széchenyi Thermal Bath. Today, the complex has 3 outdoor and 15 indoor baths. The many underground thermal springs have ensured that there are dozens of themed baths in Budapest, spread all over the city. The water is supplied by two thermal springs with a temperature of 74 °C and 77 °C, so it is always nice and warm!

Széchenyi Thermal Bath has a rooftop thermal bath from which you can enjoy stunning views of Budapest. Go here early in the morning and you will see the city slowly waking up. That this is one of the main attractions in Budapest is easily inferred from the large crowds that are often present.

Opening hours:

Széchenyi Thermal Bath is open every day of the year from Monday to Friday from: 07:00 AM to 19:00 PM and from Saturday to Sunday from: 09:00 AM to 20:00 PM.  

Photographer: Yoav Aziz by Unsplash

Tips and Tricks!

Here are a few tips you should know before visiting Széchenyi Thermal Bath!

  • Arrive early to avoid the crowds, bring your own towel + flip flops.
  • Don’t feel like queuing. Book your day ticket online and avoid queuing for the day ticket. You can cancel for free up to 24 hours in advance.
  • Please note! The sauna area is open to women only on Tuesdays and to men only on Wednesdays.
Photographer: Alana Harris by Unsplash

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