What are the GPS Coordinates of Szechenyi Baths?

If you are driving a car to Szechenyi Spa, you will need the GPS coordinates, or the address of Szechenyi Baths. You can find Szechenyi Spa Bath Budapest easily with the following GPS  navigation coordinates:

47.5188 / 19.081

on Google map, you will get the exact location of Szechenyi Baths with the above GPS coordinates (the navigation puts you onto Allatkerti korut street, at one of the 4 entrances of Szechenyi Bath complex):

Szechenyi Baths GPS coordinates
Szechenyi Baths GPS coordinates

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  1. Hello,
    I am coming to Budapest with 16 friends on the 20th and 21st of January.
    I would like to buy some bath tickets and possibly book also some massages.
    Would you please contact me with some “group discounted proposals”?
    Thank you.

    • Szechenyi Spa Baths

      Dear Mattia,

      thank you for your comment.
      We will introduce new packages and prices for 2018. Online booking will be available from Monday.

      With regards to your group request, please send us a mail to info@szechenyispabaths.com.
      Hope we can welcome you at Szechenyi Spa Baths!

  2. Hi! We have just booked the ticket. However, we did not receive any ticket sent back. So we would like to ask if it is fine? Also, how can we prove that we have paid already if there is no ticket given to us? Thanks!

    • Szechenyi Spa Baths

      Hello Karen,

      thank you for your email.

      I am afraid, I cannot find any valid booking under your name / email address in our booking system.

      Have a you received a PayPal payment notification email?

  3. hello,

    Is there possibility to spend 3 or 4 hours in bath?…..any special tickets for this much of time spend or i have to buy a ticket for whole day.

  4. Hi,
    I am wanting to visit on either the 31st Dec or 1st Jan and there are no tickets online, can I turn up on the day and buy tickets?

    • Szechenyi Spa Baths

      Dear Heather,
      Thank you for your inquiry about services between Dec 24, 2019, and Jan 7, 2020 in the baths. 
      Due to the high number of visitors during the festive winter days, the thermal baths’ managerial decision was made that no fast track entries or cabins (changing cubicles) are sold during these days, with the notable exception of the pre-NYE night party tickets, which will be bookable for December 30 as usual (in Szechenyi Baths http://szechenyispabaths.com/szechenyi-baths-new-year-bath-party/).

      Guests of day time visit will be checked in on a first-come-first-served basis. As long queues are expected there may be some lines waiting in the cold. Please find more details, advice and other thermal bath alternatives on the following link: BathsBudapest.com/Dec

      Thank you for your kind cooperation. Enjoy the thermal baths in winter Budapest and explore some more if it is not your first visit in the city.

      Festive guides recommended during the month of Dec:

      Budapest Christmas ideas, activities, programs and events
      New Year Budapest things to do

      Please let me know if I can be of further assistance.

  5. Andrea Madrid Mora

    Hi there,

    We will be in Budapest from the 2th to the 5th of April of 2020. We would like to visit the baths but before buying the tickets we are wondering if all the pools are going to be open or there will be some of them close because of maintenance.
    Thank you very much.

  6. Adéla Neubauerová

    Hello, I’m from Czech Republic and we would like to visit your bath with my family. We are all already vaccinated with the first dose. Will it be enough to get confirmation that 22 days have passed since the first dose of vaccination? Or does it have to be proven by a negative antigen or PCR test?

    Thank you for your answer.

    • Szechenyi Spa Baths

      Hello Adela,

      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 The Czech Republic, 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

      Have you been issued a Covid passport yet perhaps? If yes, the Czech Coronavirus passports have been accepted by the HU government (mutually HU immunity passports in the CZ Republic too)

      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.t

      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.

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