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Szechenyi Thermal Baths

As you make your way across Budapest, you will quickly become aware of a recognizable name that keeps cropping up. István Széchenyi is one of the most prominent historical personalities of Hungary, who has done great achievements for the nation and its capital, Budapest. On our hop on hop off trips, we visit a wide variety of impressive landmarks, including many with ties to Count Széchenyi. 

Széchenyi Thermal Baths is Hungary's largest and most luxurious thermal bath, and considering that Hungary has over 150 thermal bath houses (not counting spas and pools! ), this is a claim that carries a lot of weight. The Neo-Baroque bathhouse has been around for more than a century and may be found in the tranquil region of the city park. Over one million people go to the bathhouse each year because it has three outdoor pools, fifteen indoor pools, and innumerable saunas. Additionally, there are numerous hot tubs. 

Due to the fact that this is one of the most frequented places in the entire city, we suggest that you come here either very early in the morning or right before it closes for the day. Additionally, Mondays and Tuesdays are typically the best days to make plans. The entrance charge to the Széchenyi Bath House is roughly 6000 HUF, making it one of the most expensive bathhouses in the city. Concessions provided. 

The bathhouse is open for business throughout the year, but the wintertime is when it truly shines with all of its enticing glory. The outdoor pools are not protected in any manner from the winter weather, so they retain their natural appearance even as the temperature drops. An experience like that of sitting in warm outdoor thermal springs while the first snow of December falls on your head in rich and vivid neo-baroque surroundings is certainly something that can only be described as once in a lifetime. 

Hop on Both the blue line and the red line that runs through Budapest stop at Hősök tere. The Széchenyi Bath may be reached on foot in approximately five minutes from there.

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