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Széchenyi Thermal Bath

The baths are one of Budapest’s most popular attractions, built in 1913 over healing hot springs feeding 18 separate pools, 3 outdoor and 15 indoor, and a range of other wellness features including steam rooms and saunas, in the ornate complex.

Designed in 1881 by Gyozo Czigler, the Szechenyi Bath expanded in 1927 to become one of Europe’s largest thermal baths. The 1960s saw further development, including a thermal section and a physiotherapy hospital. Water is sourced from an artesian bath with two sources, brought up from over 1000 meters below the surface at around 76 degrees Celsius.

Budapest, Állatkerti krt. 9-11, 1146 Hungary

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