The building dates from the century, when the occupying Turks were constructing bathing facilities to make the most of the city's 80 geothermal springs. I love this bathouse, but I recommend going on a weekday.
Széchenyi Baths - Opposite the circus in City Park is the mustard-yellow, neo-Baroque edifice housing Europe’s largest spa. It’s cheaper than the Gellért Baths and is generally regarded as being friendlier in atmosphere. : Hungary: the Bradt Guide
The Rudas Baths in Budapest, Hungary The Rudas Gyógyfürdő (geothermal spa) complex has one of Budapest's oldest Turkish baths built in the under Ottoman rule. The spa has a network of stunning mineral pools and wellness facilities and is wo