thermal bath

thermal bath is one of the attractions in budapest. There are 118 springs in Budapest, providing over 70 million liters of thermal water a day. The temperature of the waters is between 21 and 78 Celsius.
the origin of the thermal bath can be traced to the romens as early as the 2nd century. The Turkish baths along the river Danube are still functional and much favored.

the bathing culture of hugarian is very lively.

not only are water sports held in great respect, but the young and the old all enjoy the spa waters and the fun bath complexes.

Aqua therapy is part of the regular medical practice, and doctors often prescribe water treatments in the healing spa waters for Hungarian patients.

In the last few years, the bathing culture has been ingeniously fused with trance spa parties (sparties), so you can even be part of once in a lifetime cool bath parties.

the following are my wishing list of spa.


it’s a local bath. also called the city of spas. it is said the water here is the best in budapest.



It’s the turkish bath. was built during the 16th century.

the most special is there are night bath and also the spa party take place here.

Therapeutic suggestions:

  •     degenerative joint diseases
  •     chronic and sub-acute arthritis
  •     discus hernia
  •     neuralgia


The Gellért Thermal Bath and Hotel, known world-wide and highly favoured by foreigners, built in a secession style.

they were equipped with a state-of-the art water filtering and circulation device.

however is rather expensive compared to other spa.

4. kiraly bath

the Király Thermal Bath had no direct hot water base, nor has it any today. there are few visitor here, 螢幕快照 2017-04-04 下午9.23.53.png


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