Beat the queues and experience the natural wonders of Budapest's well-known Gellert Thermal Spa. Highlights - Admire the stunning architecture and interesting mosaics - Reap the benefits of the thermal waters of this world famous spa - Immerse yourself in the spectacular Roman swimming pool underneath a glass roof Boasting 13 baths, steam rooms, saunas and a Roman-style swimming pool, Gellert Spa combines its traditional Hungarian healing pools with stunning design and architecture for a truly memorable day out. Budapest is undoubtedly on of the thermal spa capitals of the world and every day seventy million litres of 21-78 Celsius water spring forth from its 118 natural thermal springs. It is no surprise then, that over the last century, its residents have developed a taste for these naturally warm baths and have built up a rich culture around them. Do as the Hungarians do, and make the most of these spas that have a whole variety of medical benefits. The water composition at Gellert helps to relieve and cure a variety of ailments; chronic and semi-acute arthritis, blood circulation problems and aortic stenosis to name just a few and the on-site inhalatorium is a valuable tool when treating asthmatic, chronic bronchitis complaints. The jewel in the crown of this spa-lover’s paradise has to be its famous main hall with its spectacular Roman swimming pool, glass roof and viewing gallery. Built in the art-nouveau style, the pool is decorated with numerous artistic mosaics, sculptures and art-nouveau furnishings. Enjoy the magnesium and calcium-rich waters of this pool and all the other indoor and outdoor features of the Gellert Thermal Spa complex. Others Please note that during December and January, the SPA can be very busy, especially during peak opening hours.