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Read other reviews and were abit unsure of going there but was very impressed ! When you get off the metro the first entrance you come to is if you just want lockers but if you carry onto the next one you can rent cabins...More
Very well organized from the minute you arrive. Easy check in, good changing room facilities and locker area. We went at 10am on a Friday, not too busy. Make sure to bring your own towels, flip flops and bath robe if possible. Some parts need...More
We visited the Széchenyi baths on our recent trip to Budapest. It was very busy (as you would expect from a main attraction) but this made the experience a lot less relaxing. This is the sort of place you go just to say you have...More
I’ve read a lot of reviews complaining about the cost of renting towels at the Baths (around 4000HUF I think), and a lot of people elsewhere saying how they struggled to find reasonably priced towels to buy in Budapest.
We managed to find 2 places...More
Really impressed with the baths.
The outside pools were lovely and clean.
Cameras are allowed but no one stops the hoards of instagrammers ridiculously posing on the pools edge.
Get a cabin and just relax. Great atmosphere
I was disappointed in my visit to the Széchenyi Baths. The baths were so crowded and loud, far from a relaxing experience.
If you are looking for an authentic bath experience, I would recommend checking out the smaller, less touristy baths in the city.
Enjoyable way to spend an afternoon - very busy and indoor baths could have been a little warmer. Would recommend staying until after dark and paying a little extra for a cabin. Strictly no drinks in baths but staff were relatively lenient
The building is really interesting and in my opinion well maintained. The only thing, I did not like, was that you only have the option to buy a whole day pass and there are no options for a couple of hours visit. However, it is...More