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You can contact us via email for the fastest response at info [at] szechenyispabaths.com Szechenyi Spa Baths.com

Szechenyi Baths and Pool - photo by Vlasta Juricek
Szechenyi Baths and Pool – photo by Vlasta Juricek

Email Szechenyi Spa Baths.com:
info [at] szechenyispabaths.com

The bath is officially known in Hungarian ‘Széchenyi Gyógyfürdő és Uszoda’) Before making a phone call to Szechenyi Bath / Szechenyi Furdo, please note that – for online reservations / refunds etc – there are email only inquiries, which you will not be able to discuss over the phone. We keep track of orders for clarity and transparency.

Phone numbers / SzechenyiSpaBaths.com:

Massage Bookings Online Phone Number (with optional Fast Track entry): please make a reservation in the booking form on the Massage page. If you have any pre-purchase questions, pl email to info [at] szechenyispabaths.com. Please do not call for online reservations, as we can only take prepaid bookings via our booking form. More about the available Services here.

Refunds Phone Number of online reservations: email only
info [at] szechenyispabaths.com. Please do not call.

Media Inquiries Szechenyi Baths:
Please read our FAQ page first or use the search box at the top of the page (left side box). For refunds and massages, please send an email. For lost items, complaints, please also send an email as you will be able to share more information about the specifics. Phone numbers: Szechenyi Gyogyfurdo.

You will find the main phone number on this page, which will get you an automated phone menu. Before calling, please make sure to read the FAQ, or contact us via email (we are fast to reply at info [at] szechenyispabaths.com). After dialling the phone number, push number 8 to get to the English language info. Alternatively, you can use the search box in the website to find out about towel rentals, party tickets, lost property and more.

Postal address of Szechenyi Baths:
Széchenyi Gyógyfürdő és Uszoda
H-1146 Budapest, XIV. kerület Állatkerti körút 9-11.

The Manager of Szechenyi Baths is Mr Sandor Nadhazi (Nádházi Sándor)

Official website of Szechenyi Gyogyfurdo in Hungarian.

You can also send in your comments in the comment section below or contact our SzechenyiSpaBaths.com site manager at szechenyibaths [at] gmail.com

Szechenyi Spa Baths on Budapest Tourist Map

Szechenyi Spa Baths on Budapest Tourist Map
Szechenyi Spa Baths on Budapest Tourist Map

Our website is a third party website specializing in online tickets and massage reservations in cooperation with Hungaria Concert Kft the official partner of Szechenyi Gyogyfurdo.

668 comments

  1. Hello!
    Can we use a PCR test to enter or is the vaccination passport necessary?
    Thank you,
    Edouard

    • Szechenyi Spa Baths

      Hello Edouard,

      Yes, you can use Covid tests, but with limitations: you can use the tests if they are to prove that you are not only fully vaccinated (through two Covid jabs ensuring your Covid immunity) but also in possession of a Covid passport aka immunity card that has been issued in any of the countries that are accepted as a country of Covid passport issuance by the Hungarian government. Currently this is the only accepted way to enter the thermal baths, which may of course change over the years 2021 and 2022.

      Even if you wish to enter Hungary, you are expected to have two valid negative Covid tests min 48 hours apart to be free from a 10 day quarantine period after arrival (the first test can be taken in the source country, then min 48h later, another negative Covid test results need to be acquired in Hungary).
      The entry requirements at the thermal baths in Budapest go beyond this requirement by currently asking visitors to have a valid immunity card issued by the HU government or any of the countries accepted by the HU government, momentarily, mostly South-Eastern European countries including Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, Moldova etc. as well as Turkey and Bahrein). The full list of countries whose Covid passport has reached the point of mutual acceptance in the intergovernmental negotiations can be seen here (update on 30th May): https://koronavirus.gov.hu/cikkek/vedettsegi-igazolvanyok-elfogadasa-20210530

      Regardless of any tests, cards, certificates etc., if a visitor shows any symptoms related to Covid at the entrance of the baths (high temperature etc.) they will be rejected from entry to the baths.

      In other words, if you have a valid PCR test to enter the country, it is fine to visit many attractions in Budapest, but is NOT sufficient to visit the baths in Budapest, including Szechenyi Spa & Baths.

      We hope that in a few months’ time travel and entry procedures will become more transparent and smoothly organised. Until then, thank you for your continued support to minimise the potential spread of the virus.

  2. Hello,
    I’m French and I come in Budapest to euro.
    I would like to go to your bath. Is it possible to enter with test Pcr covid please?
    Thank you

    • Szechenyi Spa Baths

      Hi Anthony,

      If you have been fully vaccinated in France, please kindly note that French Covid Passports are still being negotiated by the HU government about their status of acceptance – i.e. at this moment, they are not accepted yet in Budapest, Hungary (PCR tests, on the other hand, are a requirement to legally enter Hungary and stay out of quarantine, enabling their owners to visit several attractions in the city of Budapest). Currently, baths require more than valid Coronavirus tests: a valid Covid passport from a country given the green status by the HU government.

      Please find further details about the Covid passports and PCR tests as seen below:

      Covid tests can only be used with strict limitations: you can use the tests if they are to prove that you are not only fully vaccinated (through two Covid jabs ensuring your Covid immunity) but also in possession of a Covid passport aka immunity card that has been issued in any of the countries that are accepted as a country of Covid passport issuance by the Hungarian government. Currently this is the only accepted way to enter the thermal baths, which may of course change over the years 2021 and 2022.

      Currently, many countries in the EU, or in North America are unfortunately not on the list of accepted Covid passports yet, as Hungary is still negotiating with several countries about the mutual acceptance of immunity cards for a range of Covid 19 vaccinations. We apologize for this inconvenience and are thankful for your continued cooperation to minimise the spread of coronavirus.

      To enter Hungary, you are expected to have two valid negative Covid tests min 48 hours apart to be free from a 10 day quarantine period after arrival (the first test can be taken in the source country, then min 48h later, another negative Covid test results need to be acquired in Hungary).
      The entry requirements for the thermal baths in Budapest go beyond this border requirement by currently asking visitors to have a valid immunity card issued by the HU government or any of the countries accepted by the HU government, momentarily, mostly South-Eastern European countries including Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, Moldova etc. as well as Turkey and Bahrain). The full list of countries whose Covid passport has reached the point of mutual acceptance in the intergovernmental negotiations can be seen here (update on 30th May): https://koronavirus.gov.hu/cikkek/vedettsegi-igazolvanyok-elfogadasa-20210530

      Regardless of any tests, cards, certificates etc., if a visitor shows any symptoms related to Covid at the entrance of the baths (high temperature etc.) they will be rejected from entry to the baths.

      In other words, if you have a valid PCR test to enter the country, it is fine to visit many attractions in Budapest, but is NOT sufficient to visit the baths in Budapest, including Szechenyi Spa & Baths.

      We hope that in a few months’ time travel and entry procedures will become more transparent and smoothly organised. Until then, thank you for your continued support to minimise the potential spread of the virus.

  3. Kerry Lawrence

    There is a duplication of a word in the description of the baths:

    Contemporary Szechenyi Baths and Spa

    The history of Szechenyi Baths is a living history. In recent years there have been big changes, like the the

  4. Hello everyone,

    I come from France next week , can i come to bath with PCR Test ?

    • Szechenyi Spa Baths

      Hello Xavier,

      Unfortunately, at the moment, PCR tests themselves are not satisfactory for the thermal baths entry yet in Budapest, Hungary (PCR tests, on the other hand, are a requirement to legally enter Hungary and stay out of quarantine, enabling their owners to visit several attractions in the city of Budapest). Currently, public baths require more than a valid PCR test, and even more than any valid Coronavirus Passport: visitors will need to present a valid Covid passport from a country given the green status by the HU government.

      The entry requirements for the thermal baths in Budapest is as follows:
      visitors are to have a valid immunity card issued by the HU government or any of the countries accepted by the HU government, momentarily, mostly South-Eastern European countries including Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, Moldova etc. as well as Turkey and Bahrain). The full list of countries whose Covid passport has reached the point of mutual acceptance in the intergovernmental negotiations can be seen here (update on 30th May): https://koronavirus.gov.hu/cikkek/vedettsegi-igazolvanyok-elfogadasa-20210530

      Regardless of any tests, cards, certificates etc., if a visitor shows any symptoms related to Covid at the entrance of the baths (high temperature etc.) they will be rejected from entry to the baths.

      We hope that in a few months’ time travel and entry procedures will become more transparent and smoothly organised. Until then, thank you for your continued support to minimise the potential spread of the virus.

  5. Dear whoever it may concern,

    I’m in Budapest currently for the football. I was wondering why we would not be allowed in the baths. I have confirmation from the French Embassy in Budapest that there was a joint decree. This joint decree states that visiting French fans have the same rights as Hungarians with COVID Passports.

    https://magyarkozlony.hu/dokumentumok/a395adf41cd04cf0dc91e366e84f18824d80f458/letoltes

    Regards

    Ethan.

    • Szechenyi Spa Baths

      Hello Ethan,

      Regardless of the EURO 2020 events, the current – government decreed – entry requirements for the thermal baths in Budapest is as follows:
      visitors are to have a valid immunity card issued by the HU government or any of the countries accepted by the HU government, momentarily, mostly South-Eastern European countries including Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, Moldova etc. as well as Turkey and Bahrain). The full list of countries whose Covid passport has reached the point of mutual acceptance in the intergovernmental negotiations can be seen here (update on 30th May): https://koronavirus.gov.hu/cikkek/vedettsegi-igazolvanyok-elfogadasa-20210530

      However, if a visitor shows any symptoms related to Covid at the entrance of the baths (high temperature etc.) they will be rejected from entry to the baths.

      We hope that in a few months’ time travel and entry procedures will become more transparent and smoothly organised. Until then, thank you for your continued support to minimise the potential spread of the virus.

  6. Hello! We are a youth organisation grom Belgium. Our group exists out of 16 youngsters from the age of 16-18 and 2 adults from 21 and 24 years old. Our camp starts at the 13th of July and we will all have our covid 19 passports when we enter the country. Dowe need to get testet again when we want to come to the thermal baths on the 17th of July? Or can we just come because ge got tested before we entered the country?

    I hope someone can help us.

    Greetings,
    Loes

    • Szechenyi Spa Baths

      Hello Loes,

      Thank you for contacting us about the spa baths entry requirements.

      It is very likely that by mid July the Hungarian vaccination level reaches the target number 5.5 million. Once it happens, Covid passports will no longer be required at the thermal baths (and in most of the places of attractions in Budapest).

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