Unique bath party series every Saturday in Széchenyi and Lukács Bath to discover Budapest night life, bath culture and architecture - all at once.
" We love this, really! It's an awesome night at Budapest!"
" There ain’t no party like a Budapest bath party!"
" There's absolutely no reason not to grab your towel and boogie on down."
" Sparties combine well-known DJs playing electro, trip-hop, hip-hop, funk and trance with light, video and laser visual effects and unlimited alcohol."
" At night, the spa complex’s size and beauty are capitalized upon to transform the space into a magical club venue."
" When the sun sets a fever-dream rave takes place in the heated pool — inflatable bars, DJs, and party lights included."
" Budapest’s bath parties are the wildest water bashes in the world."
" Budapest’s bath parties look 10 times crazier than any raves or clubs in America"
Due to increased demand, we’ve decided to cut our time at Lukács Baths short and move the Sparty series back to Szechenyi Bath earlier than originally planned. As a result all our events from 24 February 2018 onwards will be held at:
SZÉCHENYI THERMAL BATHS
Address: 1141 Budapest, Állatkerti circuit 9-11.
Click here to view on map: https://goo.gl/maps/B22uLPpYKvT2 Do not worry though for a second. Your ticket is still valid as is. » Read more about: VENUE CHANGE 24 FEBR » Go to SPARTY blog
Are you visiting Budapest over the last weekend of 2017? Looking for a night party like no other? Tired of the usual club feeling? You haven’t really partied in the Hungarian capital until you have tried the one and only bath party. We are proud to celebrate our 20th anniversary this year. The first Cinetrip started with some bohemians hanging carpets on the walls of Rudas Baths while listening to drum ‘n’ bass for their own lust. » Read more about: The best PRE-NYE Bath Party in Budapest: Cinetrip 20 Years Special » Go to SPARTY blog
LUKACS BATHS, THE WINTER SPALACE OF THE BATH PARTIES With the seasons changing we have moved back to Lukacs Bath which is one of the oldest bath houses in Budapest. The Romans already used the hot springs in the area for their benefit. If you go there during the day for a swim, you can buy spring water for consumption, which is a treatment for various illnesses and conditions. The enchantment starts right in the garden, » Read more about: Back to Lukacs Baths » Go to SPARTY blog
Unfortunately, Budapest swarms with taxi hyenas, who cause a lot of headache to unsuspecting tourists. If you wanted to avoid falling victim to a hyena and being subject to a taxi scam, here are a few tips on how to travel by taxi in Budapest. All taxi companies in Budapest work with government regulated tariffs. The final amount you pay is composed of three items: the base fare: 450 HUF, » Read more about: How to travel by taxi in Budapest » Go to SPARTY blog