The Széchenyi Medicinal Bath is made up of thermal springs that are situated in Budapest, Hungary. The thermal spring's water contains sulphate, calcium, magnesium, bicarbonate and a sizable amount of fluoride acid and metaboric acid. It is because of these substances that are in the water that it is considered as a medicinal bath as they are thought to help heal illnesses such as joint pain and inflammation. The bath was opened in 1913 and its buildings were built in a Neo-Baroque style. The bath complex includes 3 indoor and 15 outdoor pools.
The baths can be reached by the public transport network of Budapest. By metro, take the M1 line and get off at the bath complex. You can also take the number 72 Trollybus to the bath.
Opening Times and Admission
The bath complex is open seven days a week, 6am-10pm. The average price to enter the bath complex is 6000HUF but prices can vary depending on the time you arrive and whether you want to use a locker.