Book your full-day skip-the-line ticket to the Széchenyi Bath in advance and avoid the long wait in the queue at the entrance.
You’ll enjoy fast and easy entrance at a separate Welcome Desk.
The Széchenyi Bath is the largest thermal spring bath complex not only in Budapest, but in Europe as well. It was built in 1913 in a Neo-baroque style.
At the time it opened its baths were private, having separate steam baths for men and women, as well as different public baths for men and women.
In 1927, the spa complex was expanded and today it comprises 3 outdoor and 15 indoor pools.
After its expansion, the thermal artesian wasn’t adequate to supply the spa, so a new well was drilled. The second thermal spring dates from 1938.
Towels and swimsuits are available for rent or purchase.