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Name: Lukács Bath
Category: Baths
Location: 1023 Budapest, Frankel Leó utca 25-29.
Phone: + 36 1 326-1695
Internet: http://www.lukacsfurdo.hu

Description

Bath as the Ottomans did

Two baths with centuries of history behind them, utilizing the same spring adapted to modern-day needs in beautiful environments. Both places flourished as early as the Ottoman times, Lukács was reopened in the 19th century, while Veli Bej had to wait for its turn until a couple of months back.

Lukács Bath
Lukács Bath

 

In the latter you can find a sauna, an infrasauna, a steam room, experience showers, family cabins, a weight bath, a Kneipp-basin, a jacuzzi, curative pools of water containing Calcium Carbonate, and, of course, a flat-surface pool.



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Name: Ramada Aquaworld
Category: Baths, Nature & Gardens
Location: 1044 Budapest, Íves utca 16.
Phone: + 36 1 231-3601
Internet: http://www.ramadaresortbudapest.hu

Description

An adventurous family day at the spa

Ramada Aquaworld
Ramada Aquaworld

 

Bathing all through the year, recreation full of experiences, highquality and special services, that’s what Ramada Aquaworld is. Bathing in the 17 pools, sliding and killing some time in one of the six saunas are all possible in the dark of the night, too. Fans of more extreme lifestyles can indulge in scuba diving and surfing trainings or try out the adventure park. Ramada is a little further away from the city but it’s worth devoting a whole day to its services with kids.



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Its classic and eclectic design is what makes Royal Spa unique among the spas of hotels. The aim here is to help guests relax, or even more, to rejuvenate them.

Name: Royal SPA
Category: Baths
Location: 1073 Budapest, Erzsébet körút 43-49.
Phone: + 36 1 479-4837
Internet: http://www.corinthia.com/hotels/budapest/

Description

Flat-surface royal wellness

Royal Spa
Royal Spa

 

Its classic and eclectic design is what makes Royal Spa unique among the spas of hotels. The aim here is to help guests relax, or even more, to rejuvenate them. Of course, curative treatments are also to be found among the arsenal of beauty treatments, steam rooms, saunas and massages. The flat-surface pool is for those in favor of a more active recreation.



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The famous buildings of the capital’s premier park were erected by enthusiastic Budapest citizens to commemorate the country’s millennium in 1896.

The City Park
The City Park

 

At the imposing Hősök tere (Heroes’ square) the Archangel Gabriel raises the Holy Crown to a height of 36 m. The centre of the square is occupied by a colonnaded monument commemorating the millennium of Hungary’s conquest.



A group of sculptures represent the Magyar chieftains, including their legendary leader Árpád, who led the conquering tribes from Asia into the Carpathian Basin. Between the pillars statues of kings, generals and politicians of Hungary can be seen.

Heroes’ square
Heroes’ square

 

On opposite sides of the square are the two principal art museums of Budapest. The Museum of Fine Arts contains the country’s prime art collection. Its old masters section boasts the largest collection of Spanish masters outside Spain as well as an equally superb collection of works by masters of other nationalities, including Bellini, Brueghel, Corregio, Dürer, El Greco, Giorgione, Goya, Murillo, Leonardo da Vinci, Raffael, Rembrandt, Rubens, Titian and Velasquez. Famous pieces from the 19th century include those by Delacroix, Gauguin, Monet, Renoir and Corot.

Museum of Fine Arts
Museum of Fine Arts

 

The other museum is called Műcsarnok (Palace of Arts), and it is the country’s largest exhibition hall, a suitable venue for major temporary exhibitions.

Palace of Arts
Palace of Arts

 

Erected on Széchenyi Island, Vajdahunyad Castle is an imitative anthology of some of old Hungary’s famous buildings and architectural styles ranging from the Romanesque to the Baroque. Of the imitation buildings, the most important is the replica of the Castle in Vajdahunyad in Transylvania (today in Romania).



It houses the Agricultural Museum, the first of its kind, established in 1896. The nearby lake is a romantic setting for boating in summer and ice skating in winter.

The Széchenyi Baths complete with thermal pools, Turkish steam baths and tubs, swimming pools and a water park (11 Állatkerti körút) is Europe’s largest spa baths.

The Transport Museum (11 Városligeti körút) houses one of Europe’s oldest collections of transport history memorabilia.

The 135-year-old Budapest Zoo, built in the Art Nouveau style, was the first of its kind in the world. The other popular amusement facility in the City Park is the Metropolitan Circus.

Budapest Zoo
Budapest Zoo

 

The Palace of Wonders at 19 Váci út is Central Europe’s first interactive ‘playhouse’ of science, popular with children. So is the Park of Hungarian Railway History (95 Tatai út) with trains that visitors can drive.

Good to know about The City Park

  • City park (Városliget) is a landscape public park in Central Budapest. Városliget was among the first public parks in the world open to the whole public
  • The area used to be a meadow and popular hunting area for noblemen. It was turned into a city park at the beginning of the 19th century
  • It used to be the main venue of the 1896 Millenium Celebrations, Hungary's 1000th anniversary. Many attractions were built then such as Heroes' Square or Vajdahunyad Castle
  • Other attractions include: the Zoo, Budapest Circus, Széchenyi Bath, Városliget Pond (an ice rink in winter)
  • The Városliget ice rink is the largest open air ice rink in Europe
  • Vajdahunyad Castle is an architectural museum presenting the major building styles used in Hungary for Romanesque to Baroque. Part of the building is a replica of an existing castle in Vajdahunyad, Romania
  • Vajdahunyad Castle was first built out of cardboard for the Millienium Celebrations. It was so popular that a permament, stone building was erected
Városliget ice rink
Városliget ice rink

In 1997, the People's Stadium (Népstadion) which forms part of an immense sports ground held the European Athletics Championships.

Name: Peuple's Stadium
Category: Nature and gardens
Location: 1143 Budapest, Istvánmezei út 1-3.

Description

In 1997, the People's Stadium (Népstadion) which forms part of an immense sports ground held the European Athletics Championships. Take the big road Ifjúság útja lined with monumental sculptural groups exalting sport and the army. To the North of the stadium a quarter spreads out that is made up mostly by detached houses, at No. 14 Stefánia út, the Institute of Geology is a very fine example of the Secession style attributed to Ödön Lechner.



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