- 1 How much does it cost to go to the baths in Budapest?
- 2 How much is Szechenyi Spa?
- 3 Which Budapest bath is best?
- 4 Do the baths in Budapest provide towels?
- 5 Are the baths in Budapest free?
- 6 Does Budapest have a Christmas market?
- 7 Are the baths in Budapest heated?
- 8 Do you need to book Szechenyi baths?
- 9 What clothes to take to Budapest baths?
- 10 Are there lockers at the Budapest baths?
- 11 Do you need to take towels to Gellert Baths?
How much does it cost to go to the baths in Budapest?
Budapest Bath Prices 2020
|Tickets & Massage Szechenyi Thermal Bath||Prices|
|Szechenyi Baths Entry Ticket at the Cashiers with Cabin (Non-Fast Track)||HUF 6 400||HUF 6 800|
|Pool Party Ticket from 10.30 pm to 3 am in Szechenyi Baths (order online)||no party on weekdays. Try a boat party.||€53 Standard, €63 with Drinks (buy)|
How much is Szechenyi Spa?
Fast Track Bath Ticket + Harmony Aroma Massage (60min) at Szechenyi Baths: 98 Euro. Fast Track Bath Ticket + Harmony Aroma Massage for Couples (60min) at Szechenyi Baths: 183 Euro. Fast Track Bath Ticket + Luxury Refreshing (moderately strong) Massage (45min) at Szechenyi Baths: 85 Euro.
Which Budapest bath is best?
- Szechenyi Bath is the biggest and most popular of all the thermal baths in Budapest.
- The 18 pools in Szechenyi Bath is open every single day throughout the year, including national holidays when its an especially popular place to visit.
Do the baths in Budapest provide towels?
In the main Baths of Budapest you can also buy swim wear and towel at a vendor, if you do not like the idea of renting but would like to purchase your own item.
Are the baths in Budapest free?
Rudas Baths (mixed baths, Turkish bath ): Full entrance fee for the thermal bath is approx. 16 Euros (with cabin, at the weekend). Gellert Baths (mixed baths ): Full entrance fee approx. 15 euros HUF (with locker) or approx.
Does Budapest have a Christmas market?
The Hungarian capital is teeming with tinkling market stalls and majestic architecture, so you’ve really got it all at your fingertips during a Budapest Christmas market break. Enjoy a cup of mulled wine, a bite of sweet chimney cake and a dash of festive cheer.
Are the baths in Budapest heated?
Inside you’ll find saunas, steam rooms, aqua fitness equipment, whirlpools and jets, and outside you can relax in pools heated to 33 C (91 F) and 38 C (100 F) or swim laps in the main pool.
Do you need to book Szechenyi baths?
Yes, you can buy your Szechenyi Bath ticket in advance, and avoid the hassle at the cashiers: fats track entry, comfort is just a click away. Pre-booked tickets entitle you to a full day visit, include a private changing cabin, and a private entrance at the Help Desk.
What clothes to take to Budapest baths?
The bare minimum is the speedo style swim wear, but you can don a sporty pair of swim trunks, or shorts (with a top). If you prefer more coverage, try to get some wet suit or wet suit style T shirts. It is not unusual to see men with hairy chests and backs at Szechenyi Baths. Usually it is not an issue.
Are there lockers at the Budapest baths?
Tourists visiting Szechenyi Spa Baths are often puzzled by the various tickets: there are separate prices of entry for tickets with lockers and tickets with cabins. Lockers are standard wardrobe type boxes with a lock on them (like the ones at train stations or at standard swimming pools).
Do you need to take towels to Gellert Baths?
As long as you ‘re appropriately and decently dressed, then your time at the Gellert Baths will be perfectly enjoyable. If you forget to bring your own towel, or just choose not to, you can rent towels from the Gellert Baths for a small rental fee.