Cinetrip – bath parties in a hedonist city

 

As Hungary sits on mineral-rich healing waters, it is kind of obvious that Budapest has become the spa capital of Europe. With its numerous traditional thermal baths from the 19th century, the city attracts thousands of curious tourists every season of the year. Back in the 1990s, when hedonism was the only ‘survival strategy’ according to Condé Nast Traveller, something new something unique and something arty was born between the mysterious walls of Rudas Bath.

“In the chaotic 1990s, after the collapse of socialism, dancers frolicked in the half-drained swimming pool on the ground floor at wild-and-wet Cinetrip parties; Hollywood classics flickered on screens while few limits to modesty were observed.” (Condé Nast Traveler)

Cinetrip parties have always been the most unique party experiences in Budapest. The story behind the success is a group of extravagant friends.  It was their secret desire to mix up the refreshing spa experience with music, dancing and artistic visuals. Ever since the concept of the bath party series is just grooving because of its free-spirited characteristics. Bath party events can be booked here. Organised twice a year (on the first Saturday in August and 30 December) Cinetrip parties have become the highlight events of the year.

Nice outdoors, amazing architecture, beautiful location and various scenes happening all over in the biggest thermal complex of Hungary. With its unique 3D building mapping and dance performances of fire jugglers, aerialists and LED dancers are all there to ensure a night as you have never experienced before.

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