Best Baths in Budapest, Hungary
Thermal baths are an essential part of Budapest culture and you won't want to visit the Hungarian capital without experiencing at least one. This video shows you around the best baths and shares tips to make sure your visit is fun and relaxing, as it should be.
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Why Budapest Is The Thermal Bath Capital Of The World
Often referred to as the City of Spas, Budapest sits on over 100 hot springs that feed into over a dozen thermal baths, many of which date back centuries. One of the more well-known baths was built by the Turks in 1566. All across the city, visitors can experience a variety of thermal bath experiences, from calming therapeutic spas to lively and entertaining bath parties.
According to Hungary Today, Budapest spas attracted 4.5 million visitors in 2017, with Budapest’s biggest hot spot, Széchenyi, drawing in 1.7 million visitors alone. Learn more about what makes Budapest the thermal bath capital of the world.
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Can't believe we made it to Széchenyi thermal bath in Budapest! Did you know Széchenyi is the biggest thermal spa in Europe? Now you know!
It looks like a palace on the outside and inside and it's nothing less but heaven for spa lovers as it's all natural thermal spa water dug from 1,256 m below the ground!
Check out how to get to get to Széchenyi thermal bath in Budapest, Széchenyi thermal bath price, Széchenyi spa cabins and of course a live tour around 18 different spas, outdoors and indoors.
Whirpool is a must if you're planning a trip to Budapest's largest thermal spa, that is!
I bet you will want to visit Széchenyi Baths just as much as we had been looking forward to it!
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This is the Széchenyi thermal bath in Budapest, Hungary. In my opinion, it's the best bath in the city. Let's take a quick tour of the place. Next time, we'll go to the Bath Party..
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Take a Dip in Budapest’s Ancient Thermal Spas
For thousands of years, the people of Hungary have soaked in the rich, thermal waters that lie below the country’s surface. From Roman emperors to Turkish kings, Budapest’s baths have been attracting the bright and the bold to the city since the 2nd century. Today, bathhouses continue to dominate the capital city, home to some of the largest spas in Europe. Come along as we journey across Budapest to trace back Hungary’s age-old love of thermal spas.
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Gellért Spa - Budapest, Hungary
Budapest, is a unique city in more than one way. For those who love spa and wellness, it is unique for being, the only large city in the world, which abounds in fountains of healing water. 70 million liters of 21 to 78 Celsius warm thermal water spring, forth daily from its 118 natural thermal springs.
No wonder, that as early as in 1934, Budapest was awarded the supreme title Spa City. Three years later, the first International Balneological Congress was organised, and the seat of the International Balneological Association was established at the Gellért Thermal Bath in Budapest. The Congress reasoned with the following words: ...no city can put forward a stronger claim to this than Budapest. Endowed by nature with a wonderful generosity of excellent thermal waters and unrivalled natural beauty.
Construction on the Hotel Saint Gellért started in 1912. The hotel was named for Saint Gellért, who was the first bishop of Hungary in the 11th Century. The Gellért Bath and Hotel itself, opened its doors in 1918. Two, outdoor pools were added later on, and today it combines modern technical developments with rich historical heritage. Hotel Gellért is famous for its thermal baths. The Gellért Spa which is connected to the hotel, is a very special attraction with its indoor and outdoor swimming pools, wave bath, sunbathing terrace and thermal spa. The Jacuzzi with its glass roof, and the wave bath are favorites among guests.
On my request, I was granted a chance to walk around, explore and record this beautiful spa, in the heart of Budapest. Let me show you, my Budapest hot water adventure.
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CHRISTMAS DAY at Széchenyi Thermal Baths || Budapest, Hungary
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Today we're taking you along with us to the Széchenyi thermal bath house here in Budapest, Hungary! This place is huge with tons of thermal pools to indulge in as well as cold pools. Afterwards, we hit the town to explore an epic ruin bar. It was a great way to spend our final day here in Budapest!
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Best Bath in Budapest | Szechenyi vs Gellert in Budapest
We visited Szechenyi and Gellert spa baths in Budapest to relax, and to tell you which one is better! We woke up early two days in a row to check out the baths when they were least busy. See for yourself, which would you prefer?!
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We take a break from our fast-paced trip to visit Budapest, Hungary and unwind in the city's famous thermal baths - including the infamous Sparty!
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Food Tour and Thermal Spa in Budapest Hungary
We woke up extremely hung over this morning after taking a pub crawl tour through the ruin bars in the Jewish District in Budapest. We had a great time and met new people but drank way too much!
We met our guide at Great Market Hall which is a very large market that has been around since the 1800's. there you can find 3 levels of food vendors, farmers, butchers and people selling trinkets like purse and shirts.
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The food tour lasted 5 hrs and we were very full. We decided to warm up before we headed to the thermal spas for a massage and a dip in some hot water.
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