Széchenyi bath (Széchenyi fürdő) is the most extensive bath complex in Europe. Baths supplied with waters wells St. Ištvara, as well as the cold clear waters of six smaller wells. Szechenyi baths offer a variety of beauty and wellness treatments, as well as spa treatments.
Bath is located in the heart of Budapest-in the territory of the Park.
In the year 1884 began preparatory work for the construction of baths. The building was commissioned by Professor Gyozo Czigler. In 1903, his plan was finally approved and approved and in 1909 began construction.
Liver baths opened its doors May 13, 1909 year and immediately became very popular with the locals, all the halls were crowded. For this reason, in the year 1927 building was expanded, there's the beach.
During the second world war, the baths partially collapsed, it was reconstructed and repaired several times until it became what we see in Budapest now-fully organised large-scale sauna complex, which offers all kinds of spa services.
Ticket for the whole day on weekends is a little more expensive than weekdays-4 800 HUF (forint) and 4 600 HUFsootvetstvenno. For a full list of prices can be found here: www.szechenyibath.hu/prices.
Time of work
Széchenyi bath is open all year round, seven days a week from 06.00 to 22.00.
How to get there
Address: 1146 Budapest Állatkerti körút 9-11, Hungary
Phone: + 36 1 363 3210
Web site: www.szechenyifurdo.hu