Regularly voted as one of the best baths and the best Turkish bath in Budapest, Rudas is an excellent venue for a girls’ day out on Tuesdays.
Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays are men only and weekends are coed.
in Hungarian) celebrates the resurrection of Jesus and marks the end of lent, which begins on Ash Wednesday and lasts forty days.
In Hungary Easter Sunday and Easter Monday are public holidays.
The main outdoor swimming pool is ideal to do a few laps in should you fancy a swim, plus you can challenge your friends for a game of chess in one of the outdoor pools while immersed in the steaming water.
With its 3 outdoor pools, including a wave pool, Gellért is also a summertime favorite for families with kids.
Tickets are a steal at HUF 2,000, all pools are coed, opening hours are long and the pools are rarely crowded.
Today, perfume is sprinkled on the women instead of water.
It's a fun and pleasant way to relax after touring the city and the thermal water's healing power is an added benefit. Best with family & friends The palace-like Széchenyi Baths in City Park is a great choice for families and friends.
Széchenyi is one of Europe's largest public baths with 18 pools, including 3 outdoor pools, offering something for everyone.
Families with small kids should know that children under the age of 14 are not allowed in the thermal water pools in any of Budapest's baths. Best architecture Gellért Baths is the most beautiful bath in Budapest, period.
Built in Art Nouveau style between 19, it combines two of Budapest's best features, healing waters and stunning architecture.