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Budapest spa and baths (Budapest)

Budapest is a city of medicinal baths. Although baths from Roman times (2nd century) have been uncovered in Budapest, the true bathing culture was initiated during the period of Turkish occupation in the 16th and 17th centuries. Even today there are four Turkish baths in the capital (Rudas, Rac, Kiraly, Csaszar), each one a masterpiece of Ottoman architecture.

Budapest is a city of medicinal baths. Although baths from Roman times (2nd century) have been uncovered in Budapest, the true bathing culture was initiated during the period of Turkish occupation in the 16th and 17th centuries. Even today there are four Turkish baths in the capital (Rudas, Rac, Kiraly, Csaszar), each one a masterpiece of Ottoman architecture. 
Gellert Spa Baths
Budapest, XI., Kelenhegyi út 4–6,
Mon–Sat: 6 am–7 pm, Sat–Sun: 6 am–5 pm
One of the most popular baths for tourists coming to Budapest. The medicinal spring here was already famed in the 13th century. The spa is decorated with a wealth of original Art Nouveau furnishings, artistic mosaics, stained glass windows and sculptures, although the interior of the hotel built alongside has lost many of these fittings over the years.
Bus: 7, 7/A, 86, Tram: 18, 19, 41, 47, 49, 
Kiraly Medicinal Baths
Budapest, II., Fo utca 82–84,
Women: Mon, Wed, Fri: 7 am–6 pm, Men: Tue, Thur, Sat: 9 am–8 pm
It is believed that a start was made on building the bath by Pasha of Buda Arslan in 1565. It is one of the few remaining monuments from the Turkish times, receiving the visitor in all the original magnificence of a period Ottoman palace of bathing.
Red line subway: Batthyany ter, Bus: 60, 86  
Lukacs Medicinal Baths and Swimming Pool
Budapest, II., Frankel Leó utca 25–29,
Mon–Fri: 6 am–7 pm, Sat–Sun: 6 am–5 pm
In addition to the medicinal bath section of the bathing complex built in the 19th century, the swimming pool is also very popular, attracting writers and artists among its regular clients. The 1800-square-metre park with trees, many of which are centuries old, is an ideal place for relaxing. 
Rac Medicinal Baths
Budapest, I., Hadnagy utca 8–10 Under reconstruction. 
Rudas Medicinal Baths and swimming pool
Budapest, I., Dobrentei ter 9,
Mon–Fri: 6 am–8 pm, Sat: 6 am–5 pm, Sun: 8 am–5 pm
After several years of restoration work the Turkish baths section reopened in December 2005. The original fittings dating from the 16th century are still in use today. An octagonal pool is sited under the characteristic Turkish dome (diameter 10 m) supported on 8 pillars. Medicinal waters can be taken in the pump-room in cure form.
Bus: 5, 7, 8, 68, Tram: 18, 19  
Szechenyi Spa Baths
Budapest, XIV., Allatkerti út 11,
Men’s and women’s thermal baths, swimming pool: daily 6 am–7 pm (October–April: 6 am–5 pm)
One of the largest bathing complexes in Europe, the premier medicinal bath of Pest. Its thermal springs were discovered in 1879; they are the deepest and hottest (74–75° C) thermal wells in the capital. The neo-Baroque baths were built in 1913, the swimming pool in 1927. The open-air sections with their pleasantly warm waters are equally popular in winter.
Yellow underground: Szechenyi furdo  
Aquincum Corinthia Hotel  
Budapest, III., Arpad Fejedelem útja 94,
all year round, weekdays: 7 am–10 pm
Located in a pleasant environment by the Danube, this elegant spa hotel offers guests swimming and thermal pools, steam bath, sauna, jacuzzi and Scottish shower.  
Danubius Thermal Hotel Helia
Budapest, XIII., Karpat utca 62–64,
7 am–10 pm 
Danubius Thermal Hotel Margitsziget, Danubius Margitsziget
Budapest, XIII., Margaret Island,
6.30 am–9.30 pm
The old and modern buildings of these two hotels positioned on picturesque Margaret Island, the most attractive park in Budapest, are the ideal places for those seeking rest and relaxation. Far from the noise of town, and yet within easy reach of the downtown, they offer guests every comfort and service (including a swimming pool and four medicinal pools).
Bus: 26  
Palvolgy Stalactite Cave
Budapest, II., Szepvolgyi út 162,
Tue–Sun: 10 am–4 pm
A superb cave in the Buda Hills open to tourists. It has interesting stalactite and stalagmite formations (some resembling an elephant and crocodile). Its air is recognized as having a medicinal effect. 
Szemlohegy Cave
Budapest, II., Pusztaszeri út 35,
10 am–4 pm, Tuesday closed
The cave, formed as a result of natural tectonic movements, is the other cave in the Buda Hills accessible to tourist groups. Its remarkable formations (peastone) were created in areas where thermal water permeated the limestone. Its cool, moist air has a curative effect for those suffering from respiratory problems. 
Castle Cave
Budapest, I., Orszaghaz utca 16
This natural formation comprising a cave network under the Castle Hill plateau enjoys protected status. It has a unique standing among the caves of Hungary since it is the largest travertine cave system in the country. Closed for renovation.
Castle bus departing from Moszkva ter 
Buda Castle Labyrinth
Budapest, I., Úri utca 9
9.30 am–7.30 pm
A 1200-metre-long cave and cellar network running under Buda Castle, part of UNESCO’s World Heritage. Amidst the naturally wrought passageways reckoned to be some half a million years old and walls built over the past many centuries, visitors are enticed into a secret, mysterious labyrinth during the day, in the evening and at night. Exhibition of the ages and cultures.Sunday morning: KID’S LABYRINTH – exciting exploration and games.
Castle bus departing from Moszkva Square 

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