Veli Bej Baths
One of the oldest (1575) and most beautiful Ottoman-era baths in Budapest has now come back to life after a complete renovation in 2011...
This swimming complex, which includes two 50m pools and a 25m one, is used by serious swimmers and fitness freaks – so don’t come here...
Gül Baba’s Tomb
This reconstructed tomb contains the mortal remains of Gül Baba, an Ottoman dervish who took part in the capture of Buda in 1541 and is...
Calgary Antik Bár
Teensy bar just over Margaret Bridge hides an Aladdin’s Cave, filled to bursting with antiques and a host of loyal regulars who stay up...
Földes Józsi Konyhája
This rustic little place just opposite the Lukács Baths was established by former hotel chef Joe Earthy – hey, that’s what his name...
II Frankel Leó út 25-29 · interesting places nearby
Lukács Baths information
Housed in a sprawling 19th-century complex, these baths are popular with spa aficionados. The thermal baths (temperatures 24°C to 40°C) are always mixed and a bathing suit is required. The use of the three swimming pools is included in the admission fee.