Szechenyi Baths

Szechenyi Spa Baths Outdoor Pools

Szechenyi Spa Baths in Budapest is one of the best and largest spa baths in Europe with its 15 indoor baths and 3 grand outdoor pools. Come and visit our beloved baths.

BATHS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Kindly note that thermal baths in Budapest are closed from March 15, 2020 (including March 15, 2020) until further notice with regards to the Covid 19 pandemic. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and are trying to reply to all questions, refund requests and inquiries. Please bear with us as our team is overloaded.

We are trying to contact all bookings pending that were made on our website. Please note that we cannot provide customer service for tickets and massages purchased on a different website. Instead please carefully check your confirmed ticket and try to contact the email that you received your confirmation from.

CURRENTLY we do not take new reservations. If you have a reservation with a future date you may rest assured that your booking made on our website is not lost, it is registered with an open date and can be claimed at a later date when the thermal baths re-open (do note that this is our policy for reservations made strictly on our website).

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Szechenyi Baths & Pool: Fun Place, Fine Palace

Szechenyi Baths (built in 1913) is the most visited and much praised attraction in Budapest: relaxing, fun, affordable and, at night, romantic. In addition to the marvellous medicinal natural hot spring waters in the 18 pools, there are 10 saunas / steam cabins, several massage therapies, facial treatments, and more.

Szechenyi Baths outdoor pools - photo by Alvaro Jenik
Szechenyi Baths outdoor pools – Alvaro Jenik Photography

Szechenyi Spa Baths is in the biggest green park of Budapest, in the City Park, close to a bunch of Budapest attractions. The  Neo-baroque palace was specifically built for hosting Szechenyi Baths as Hungary has been the country of baths (and Budapest the City of Baths) for many centuries: starting with the Roman settlers who built the first spa baths, through the 16th century Turkish occupiers who built many of the famous and revived Turkish baths in Budapest to the 19-20th century natural medical trends that promote aqua therapies and their deeply beneficial effects. The beautiful building of the spa baths is the design of Gyozo Czigler (Győző Czigler) who started to build Szechenyi Furdo in May 1909.

Come and enjoy your time in Budapest in Szechenyi Spa Baths, in a beautiful, richly decorated palace. The perfect place to chill out, to get to know locals, make business deals and fall in love.

Szechenyi Spa Baths on Budapest Tourist Map

5,167 comments

  1. Are the outdoor pools open in the evening on weekdays? Thanks

    • Szechenyi Spa Baths

      Dear Sven,
      Please see the general opening hours for Szechenyi Baths and its pools below:

      From Monday to Sunday, all week, all seasons (spring, summer, fall, winter)
      Help Desk (check-in for online reservations): 9 am – 6 pm
      Outdoor Pools: 6 am – 10 pm
      Indoor Thermal Pools: 6 am – 10 pm
      Steam cabins and Saunas: 6 am – 10 pm
      Bath Tours (15 min): 10 am – 4 pm
      Buffet of Szechenyi Bath: 10 am – 7 pm

      You can read more information on the following link: http://szechenyispabaths.com/open/
      Please kindly note that the pools need to be left 15 minutes before the building closes down (pools are open until 9.45 pm in effect)
      Thank you.

  2. Hey I have a some questions,

    Is it possible to wear a loose swim short?
    Can I enter the spa with crutches because I can’t walk without them?
    Do we need to make a reservation or can we buy our tickets there?

    Thank u in advance.

    • Szechenyi Spa Baths

      Dear Lotte,
      Please see a link where you can read further about the dress code at Szechenyi Baths: Dress Code
      We would advise against the crutches, because the surfaces and floors in the Baths are wet, and using crutches could cause accidents – both for you and for others.
      You don’t have to make a reservation, but we suggest to book fast-track tickets online, so you don’t spend much time in the queue. Tickets can be pre-booked on the following link: http://szechenyispabaths.com/booking/
      We hope this information helps.

  3. Hi
    How much would it be to rent a robe?
    Thanks!

    • Szechenyi Spa Baths

      Hi Connie,
      The rental price for a Bath Robe at Szechenyi Baths is HUF 4,000 (deposit: HUF 3,500) (you can read more about rental prices here.
      Thank you and have a great time in Szechenyi Baths.

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  5. I have a friend who wants to visit the baths but I cannot go in due to a medical issue, is there a place where I can wait for my friend or an area to stay while she’s in the baths?

    • Szechenyi Spa Baths

      Dear Naomi,

      Thank you for your comment. Yes, inside the Spa there are benches, cafe as well where you can take a seat and have a meal etc. Please note that entry tickets still need to be bought if you would like to go inside the Spa.
      Should you have further questions, please contact us.

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