Great package! Had a great afternoon at the spa! Great weather and the pool water was warm!
Good time in different indoor and outdoors pools. The entrance with this ticket is round the back, the curved side. Cabins are not dark, they have a light. A little tight for 2 in a cabin but ok if you are not too big.
The spa was lovely and the staff was helpful. I would highly recommend it. Should have gotten the massage.
Lisa H United Kingdom
So glad we booked the private entrance option. We were greeted by an English speaking hostess and taken to our private cabin where we could change and securely leave our things. it was very busy the day we were there and the cabins were fully booked so we were very glad we had pre booked and paid for this option. Also take your own towels as the line to rent them was very long! Massage option was great too. We were made to feel very welcome. A great experience.
Although my only criticism is that it should be stated that the cabin is only big enough for one person and very dark, also it should be stated that a towel is required rather than hire one.
What a cool place! Booking in advance was nice and easy and getting a cabin was straight forward although the lighting in the cabins was quite poor, making it tricky to get changed. Beautiful place though, lots of different pools, saunas and steam rooms to experience. It's right next to the Metro which was approximately 80p each way from the city centre!
Fantastic place, good massage in utilitarian surroundings....just what we expected. We will book again if we ever go back.
Booking through Viator made visiting the baths extremely easy. I had read so many reviews saying how unhelpful people could be here, but we had no problems. Definitely get the cabin to change in and even though towel is included, you still need to put a deposit. Glad we chose it!
The whole spa experience was most enjoyable. I would highly recommend this tour to anyone, and if i return to Budapest, it will be in my itinerary.
It was difficult to find the entrance as there was no directions around the building. We went into 2 entrances before finding the front of the building. No sign from heroes square once you were over the bridge.
Once inside it was amazing and we thoroughly enjoyed the experience . Massage was good too
This is a great place to visit in Budapest. The metro let you off right in front, so it's very easy to get to. We were able to book a couples massage when we got there. It was great. I would highly recommend this.
This was truly one of the best experiences of my stay in Budapest. The building itself is magnificent and the numerous indoor and outdoor heated pools was beyond my expectations. A lap pool and two heated pools are located outdoors between two long buildings that contain steam baths, saunas, lockers, and a restaurant. Be aware that not much English is spoken so it is hard to get information. We were not given a tour of the facilities so we had to wander around to find the lockers and finally had to get someone to help with locker rooms plastic bracelets are given to you but no one explains that a machine on the wall reads your locker number. Would highly suggest getting the locker room for safety and privacy. Another note...the ticket office would not call us a taxi and we had no phone to call one ourselves so we had to wander around for over an hour before finding one parked about 2-3 blocks to left of back entrance.
What a lovely way to spend an afternoon! We appreciated having our own changing cabins and not having to queue at the entrance. We had a lovely time relaxing in the outdoor pools and then did a tour of all the indoor pools trying out the different temperatures. A super fun experience!
Not to be missed a must see and do experience, one without equal in Budapest. Make the time. Quite easy to get to and quite safe
This is so much fun. The spa was amazing and so relaxing. My husband really liked the whirlpool area. The lockers were a bit tricky but we were able to figure it out. The hop on hop off bus drops you off super close to the spa.
We visited on October and the outside pool was amazing. Loads to do in the complex with lots of different pools, steam rooms and saunas. We had the optional massage which was very good and professional and a steal for the price we paid. A very enjoyable day and a great value for money trip.
Terrific fun in an old world spa, taking the waters, in many different baths of varying temperatures. The steam baths went up to 80 degrees C!!!!!!!!!!!!! Had the massage too. Don't miss the city park where the baths are and plan on taking the whole day.
Nice afternoon having a relaxing swim after sightseeing all morning. Unique baths, good experience.
The boat trip was exactly what we were looking for. Great views of the city at night. Gorgeous!
Superb organisation and a truly wonderful experience - and in my opinion, it is a 'must-do' when visiting Budapest!
This trip is a must!!! Get the tickets online before you go as the queue for this place can get very large. This place is amazing, the outside area has a relaxing spa at either end with an area in the middle for normal swimming. Inside there are lots more spas of varying sizes and temperatures to try. Also have saunas and steam rooms. There is a cafe to have a coffee and cake or a pint of beer if you prefer. We had a cabin so we could leave all our possessions safely locked up until we needed them. A fantastic way to spend a day with both other tourists and the locals. Well worth the money.
This is one place I feel you have to try and fit into any Budapest tour. The Szechenyi spa, has three outdoor and fifteen indoor pools, some of which are very warm! It's the largest thermal spring bath complex in Europe built in a neo baroque style in 1913. It is the most architecturally ostentatious public swim baths I have ever seen. You can hire a cabin to change and leave your possessions in and there are a couple of snack bars serving food and drinks around the outdoor pools. You can also book to have a general, Thai or foot massage we booked in advance via aviator, to save queuing. You do need to take your own towels though you can pay extra to rent some and I would advocate your own flip flops to walk around the complex. If you fancy doing lane swimming you will have to wear a swim hat, however there is plenty to do without the need to lane swim! A couple of the indoor pools have cold water, one has a medicinal aroma and another has hand weights so you can work out in the water. We had a half hour massage included in our package, which was really good.....so good we have booked to go back for an hour session!!
I have seen early reviews bemoaning the lack of guidance, direction and English speakers, well we really couldn't fault the place. We were signposted verbally to our specific sign in desk, where we were welcomed by young ladies speaking very good English and after all the formalities were walked through the entry process by an English speaking guide who accompanied us to the cabins, explained how they worked and who gave us a map outlining the complex and where we needed to go for our massage. We were lucky that the temperature during our visit was 30 degrees, however the water is so warm I think this would be a novel experience even in the rain. The venue is easily accessed via Metro 1 and is the penultimate stop which is named after the spa.