You can see the Paskál Beach, which is now open in all four seasons, with its seven new pools and geothermal sauna, the Rudas Thermal Bath and Swimming Pool with its famous sun-porch and jacuzzi, and the Palatinus Beach, which is still under reconstruction, but it will be open all year around from the next summer.
There are also amazing shots of the Király Bath and the Dandár Bath, which was awarded with a Hungarian Product Grand Prize a few weeks ago.
The three-minute video is enriched with drone shots, which give you an insight into the pools of the Széchenyi and Gellért Bath, which are still under mechanical reconstruction, and you may also see the mosaic of boards, all saying thank you for the recovering, on the walls of the Lukács Thermal Bath and Swimming Pool.
Business Insider made a video about the night parties of Széchenyi and Lukács Bath this spring. Not only did the video get 2.2 million views, but they also posted on Facebook that it’s no surprise that Budapest is called the city of thermal baths and called the SPArty-s unique events.
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