Do you want to escape the cold after a long city tour? Floating in the hot thermal pool is the best solution to warm up your cold nose and feet. Bathing is a year-round activity here in Budapest so you can visit one of the most famous 3 thermal baths any time. Enjoy the most relaxing activity this city can offer. We can tell you soaking in steaming hot water feels reviving in the gloomy winter months.
Széchenyi Thermal Baths
Often called as the ‘King of the thermal baths’, one of thelargest bath complexes in Europ. Located in the major park of the city the 15 indoor pools, the 3 outdoor pools and almost 3000 m2 of water surface makes it a bath heaven. The water is between 18 to 40 Celsius. The mist above the pools looks extremely nice during the cold months. Try the steam chambers, the 4 different saunas and if you go early in the morning you can see locals playing chess in the outdoor pool. Széchenyi Bath is open from Monday to Sunday from 6AM to 7 PM. The outdoor pools till 10 PM.
Join our upcoming spectacular PRE-NYE event. Cinetrip 20 Years Special with extreme show, special lights and smart hedonism will take place 30th of December.
Lukács Thermal Baths
Our second SPArty residence for the colder months is Lukacs Baths on the Buda side. Imagine a labyrinth with activity pools, leisure pools, immersion pools, saunas and cooling pools. We love the cozy atmosphere of this bathhouse which is combined by intimacy and grandness. The Sauna World is an extra programme on charge where you can try saunas and steaming methods of different cultures. Check out the sunbathing terrace on the rooftop with sweeping views.
SPArty, the one and only bath party will be back in 2018 at Lukacs Bath. Can’t wait for the season opening 10th of February! In March we will occupy Széchenyi Bath again as our summer residence.
Rudas Thermal Baths
You will never want to step out from the hot rooftop tube of Rudas. A breathtaking 180 panorama gives you a perfect view on River Danube. There are steamy and mysterious indoor thermal pools, one immersion pool and plenty of saunas with different temperatures inside. You will time travel back into the the 16th century while watching the sunlight shining through the colourful glass pieces on the top of the main building. One part of the bath has a limited entry though, with group use only at weekends, otherwise. Tuesdays for women exclusively, the rest of the days are men only. The swimming section and the new wellness are for both sexes at all times.