The famous buildings of the capital’s premier park were erected by enthusiastic Budapest citizens to commemorate the country’s millennium in 1896.
Széchenyi Bath (Széchenyi Fürdő) owes its popularity to its size and the wide selection of services it offers. The bath, built at the beginning of the 20th century in Neo-Baroque style, features many indoor pools, an outdoor pool open in winter, too, thermal and wellness areas, curative treatments and fitness opportunities.… Read the rest here →
Budapest is an ideal spa city both for those who like thermal water and for those who dread submerging in it. Apart from the world-famous pools of curative water of the capital, there’s the experience of bathing in real monuments. In addition, some of the spas in Budapest offer such extra services as various beauty treatments, steam room, sauna, massage and flat-surface pools.… Read the rest here →