Rudas Baths: Dating back to 1550, Rudas Baths is one of the more popular thermal spas in Budapest, featuring a large octagonal plunge pool, five smaller thermal pools, a sauna, steam room and massage rooms.
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Széchenyi Baths: Built in 1913, the Széchenyi Baths is one of the largest in Europe and consists of three huge outdoor pools that are open all-year round, providing a great spot to cool off on hot days.
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Gellért Baths: Positioned at the foot of Gellért Hill, inside the famed Gellért Hotel, this complex was founded in 1918 and is still considered one of the most beautiful bathhouses in the Hungarian capital.
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Király Baths: One of the oldest spas in the city, Király Baths features a magnificent cupola-topped pool, a thermal pool, massage rooms, a sauna and steam room as well as a recently added Finnish sauna complete with a cold plunge pool
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Lukács Baths: This historic building became a healing spa and treatment center at the end of the 19th century, and its inner courtyard is decorated with marble tablet engravings of gratitude from those who were treated there.
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The Royal Spa at the Corinthia Hotel Budapest: Open since 1886, the Royal Spa at the Corinthia is one of the most luxurious spa destinations in Budapest, boasting a galleried 15-meter swimming pool, relaxation rooms, saunas and a steam bath.
The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest: With fantastic views of the city as well as a relaxation pool, sauna, separate steam rooms for men and women and a whirlpool, this luxury spa is an ideal place to while away the hours.
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Veli Bej: Renovated in 2017, this thermal spa, also known as Császár Baths, features a large octagonal hot water pool surrounded by four smaller pools and was considered the most beautiful bath of its time when it was built in the 16th century.