Immerse yourself in the thermal baths of Széchenyi in the heart of Budapest and take part in a Hungarian tradition dating back over a century. Highlights - Relax and unwind in one of the 18 thermal pools - Combine bathing with history and amazing architecture - A traditional Hungarian experience suitable for the whole family Szechenyi Spa Baths in Budapest is one of the largest thermal spa complexes in Europe with 15 indoor pools and 3 grand outdoor pools with temperatures ranging between 19°C and 38°C. The perfect way relax and unwind, further to the 18 medicinal, natural hot spring pools, the complex boats 10 saunas and steam cabins, several massage therapy suites and much more. Skip the line and enjoy priority access to Budapest’s most visited tourist attraction. From children splashing around in the warm outdoor pools to the relaxation and rejuvenation treatments available for adults, the whole family is sure to have a fantastic experience at Széchenyi Thermal Baths. Built in 1913 as the very first thermal spa in the Pest area of the city, the Széchenyi Thermal Baths have evolved over the past hundred years to match the demands of the local residents. Be sure to check out the whirl-pool corridor, underwater bubble Jacuzzis, neck shower, water beam back massager and much more at the "fancy bath". Don´t hesitate booking the ideal way to break up busy days of sightseeing in the beautiful Hungarian capital, as you combine a day of relaxation with the history and stunning architecture for which Budapest is so renowned. Massage Choose a relaxing 20 minutes aroma massage. A calming, gentle massage using slow and soft techniques with high quality, skin-friendly oils. Spa Christmas Opening Hours December 24th: Help desk – 9am – 1pm; spa is open until 2pm. December 25th: Help desk - 10am – 5pm; spa is open from 10am until 6pm. December 31st: Help desk 9am - 5pm; spa is open until 6pm. 2019. January 1st: Help desk 10am – 6pm; spa is open from 10am to 10pm. Others Please note that during December and January, the SPA can be very busy, especially during peak opening hours.