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The Rudas baths are among the most impressive in Europe. You do not only visit a spa with hot springs, you travel through the centuries as if in a museum.
1013 Budapest, Döbrentei tér 9.
The Széchenyi is one of the largest thermal complexes in Europe and one of the first thermal baths of Budapest. They were built between 1909 and 1913 in a Neo-Renaissance style.The water reaches the surface at a temperature around 76°C, and emerges from the second deepest spring of Budapest, a thermal spring some 1,246 meters below the surface.
H-1146 Budapest, XIV. kerület Állatkerti körút 9-11
Pesterzsébeti Sós-jódos Gyógy- és Strandfürdő
Hajós Alfréd Nemzeti Sportuszoda és Széchy Tamás Uszoda