Spas in Budapest

The capital has nearly 50 baths, supplied by natural medicinal springs or drilled thermal wells.  Some have been known for nearly 2 thousands years, others were built around 1900.


Budapest’s most famous baths, and one of the symbols of the city.  The medical springs of the site have been utilized for 2000 years.  Today’s building was erected during WW1.  This is one the very few baths in Europe built in Art Noubeu style.  The water is taken from more than 10 springs.  The baths are combined with the world famous Gellert-Hotel, which offers its guests a full range of service.


There are 2 buildings located in the picturesque Margaret Island.  These are connected by an underground corridor and share the medical facilities.  Picture show Danubius Thermal Hotel, which is a modern building designed by Finnish architects.  It offers fitness options in addition to the medical equipments.  It talked the water supply from thermal springs on the island.  The Hungarian Olympic champions club meets here regularly.  The Grand Hotel offers a special advantage: its in-house trained doctors are complemented by specialists who can be called on a wide variety of areas. (neurosurgery, sport surgery, cardiology, etc.)
The springs feeding the Rudas Baths have been known to men ever since the area was settled.  The present thermal bath was built in the 16th century, by Pasha of Buda Sokoli Mustapha, since when it has been operated virtually unchanged to this day.  The baths are fed by 3 famous springs:  Juventus, Attila and Hungaria and 15 smaller springs.  The lightly radioactive, calcium-magnesium-hydrogen-carbonate waters contain sulphates and fluoride.  The water of the Juventus spring that can be utilized as bath form has rejuvenating effects, hence the name.  Water here can be taken as drinking cure too.

Here are some of our thermal bath packages:

10 Days - 9 Nights

7 Days - 6 Nights