Everyone's big favorite, the Széchenyi Spa, can be visited with a 20% discount for guests presenting the Budapest Card at the entrance.
One of the most famous buildings in Budapest, the Széchenyi Spa and Swimming Pool, opened its doors on the 13th of June, 1913. The spa, built in the neo-baroque style, has grown into one of the largest spa complexes in Hungary and Europe. Budapest owes its worldwide reputation to this spa.
The condition of the spa deteriorated considerably by the second half of the 20th century, so further renovation work began in 1997. First, the monumental reconstruction of the Francsek wing began. The walls have regained their original yellowish color, the missing artificial stone elements were replaced, the stairs and terraces were restored. The renovation of the roof and façade of the Francsek wing continued from the summer of 2003, and renovations of the Czigler wing began. The renovation of the main façade of the Czigler wing was completed in 2004, together with the modernization of the electrical and mechanical network. Reconstruction of the dome hall began at the end of 2005, which is the most ornate part of the building, with its mosaics and stucco. The whole renovation of the dome was completely finished by the summer of 2006.
The Széchenyi Spa is one of the largest spa complexes in Europe today, with 21 outdoor and indoor pools and 10 saunas.
There is also a jet of water in the adventure pool, hidden in the benches, massaging the back and neck. In addition to traditional healing treatments, there are many wellness services available at the spa, such as sauna and water gymnastics.
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