Budapest is the world capital of historical thermal spas! Explore the thermal bath with a special discount. Buy a Bath Ticket and save up to 65% off the regular ticket price, says Budapest Info.
ABOUT THE THERMAL BATHS OF BUDAPEST
No other capital city has as many thermal baths as Budapest. They are refreshing, rejuvenating, healing and inspiring. The thermal water comes from hot springs deep below the ground and were used already by the Romans and Ottomans many centuries ago. As the hot water travels under the ground, it mixes with rich minerals that are beneficial both for the body and the mind. The spas are located in grand historical buildings with unique tile decoration and inspiring atmosphere. They are visited by both locals and visitors. No visit to the Pearl of Danube can be complete without relaxing at the thermal baths, Budapest Info says.
This is up to 65% discount from regular bath ticket prices at the door. The discounted Bath Ticket can only be bought with the purchase of any Budapest Card.
All thermal baths operated by Budapest Spas (BGYH) are included in the promotion. To save more, we recommend using the Bath Ticket at one of the three historical bath houses: Széchenyi, Gellért and Rudas. The other, smaller bath houses have less expensive tickets and you will not save that much with the Bath Ticket.
It is one of the largest bath complexes in Europe with 21 pools. Housed in a historical setting inside City Park, it has indoor and outdoor areas, saunas and steam rooms. Locals enjoy playing chess in the thermal pool outside. Outside area is open during winter also.
Housed in a grand hotel on the Buda side adjacent to Gellert Hill. It’s indoor thermal areas with blue Zsolnay tiles and decorations will transport you to a wonderful era. The outdoor pools are usually open during summer only.
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The thermal bath was built almost 500 years ago. It has a hammam-style mesmerizing thermal pool, which has men/women-only days. At weekends, both men and women can enjoy the Turkish thermal area. There are several steam rooms, saunas, aromatherapy areas and pools. Enjoy the view over the Danube from the rooftop thermal pool.
To enter the baths, bring your Bath Ticket that you bought at the Budapestinfo Tourist Information Centers. Bring your towels and flipflops. If you prefer swimming at the swimming pools, a bathing cap is needed. You cannot rent towels or a swimsuit, but you can purchase them at the baths’ shop.
You can get up to 65% from the regular ticket price. For example, Rudas Bath on the weekend cost 9200 HUF / person (23 eur). If you buy any of the Budapest Cards, you can buy a Bath Ticket for only 3200 HUF (8 eur).
Ticket prices vary at all bath houses depending on the days you visit (weekday or weekend) and the service you choose (cabin or locker). By purchasing the Bath Ticket you may get a discount between 30-65% off from regular ticket prices.
First, you need to buy a Budapest Card. You can buy them in our official webshop. You will receive an electronic voucher that you have to show at the official Budapestinfo Tourist Information Offices to receive your Budapest Card.
You will then be able to buy the Bath Ticket for 3200 HUF at the Budapestinfo Tourist Information Centers at these three locations only:
Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport Terminal 2A
Opening hours: 8.00 a.m. – 10.00 p.m.
Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport Terminal 2B
Opening hours: 9.00 a.m. – 9.00 p.m.
Városháza Park Hütte (1052 Budapest, Károly körút)
Opening hours: 9.00 a.m. – 7.00 p.m.
You will not be able to get the discounted Bath Ticket at any other office or from any reseller partners (including the public transportation BKK offices).
This is a special promotion. Limited supplies. The Bath Ticket has to be used by 31 December 2022. You will not be able to enter the baths with the Bath Ticket after this date.
Everything that the regular bath ticket includes. This varies at every bath but generally speaking, you can use the pools, saunas, steam rooms, relaxation rooms and lockers.
Special events including Sparty, night entrance, massages, spa treatments, healing sessions, food and drink, towel rental, flipflops rental. etc.
Yes. The Bath Ticket is valid on weekdays and weekends also. It is not valid for night bath, SPArty or special events.
The Budapest Card includes free public transport, 40+ museums and attractions, free sightseeing walking tours, free entry to Lukacs Bath, free chairlift, free castle bus, free cave entrance and many discounts from experiences and restaurants.
Everything that the Budapest Card includes plus return airport shuttle transfer, free Danube river cruise, free kürtöskalács, free Buda Castle funicular.
Yes, all Budapest Cards include free entrance to one bath only: Lukacs Bath. If you buy the Bath Ticket, you will be able to visit two baths, including Szechenyi, Gellert and Rudas. The Budapest Card only gives you access to Lukacs Bath and not the historical baths.
These Budapest Cards will allow you to get a discounted Bath Ticket:
24h, 48h, 72h, 72h Plus, 96h, 120h
If you exchange your online voucher or buy a Budapest Card at the three Budapestinfo Tourist Information Offices locations, you can buy a discounted Bath Ticket between 15 of October and 31 of December. If you had bought your Budapest Card somewhere else or exchanged your electronic voucher somewhere else, you will not be able to buy a discounted Bath Ticket.
This promotion is only valid at the three Budapestinfo Tourist Information Offices (Budapest Airport 2A, Budapest Airport 2B, Városháza Park Hütte). If you bought your Budapest Card or exchanged your voucher at any other office, you will not be able to buy a discounted Bath Ticket.
You can buy one Bath Ticket with the purchase of one Budapest Card only. You are not allowed to buy one Budapest Card and several Bath Tickets. All Bath Tickets are linked to a Budapest Card purchase.
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