A great place for kids to get up close and personal with a whole range of animals, 'Once Upon a Time' Park, an extension of the Budapest...
This huge zoo, which opened with 500 animals in 1866, has an excellent collection of big cats, hippopotamuses, polar bears and giraffes,...
The little church with the cloister opposite Vajdnahunyad Castle is called Ják Chapel because its intricate portal was copied from the...
Sparty (see what they did there?) organises a variety of weekly club nights in the Széchenyi Baths combining drinking, house and funk...
Located within the leafy park, Robinson is the place to secure a table on the lakeside terrace on a warm summer’s evening. Starters...
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Széchenyi Baths information
At the northern end of City Park, the Széchenyi Baths is unusual for three reasons: its immense size (with 15 indoor pools and three outdoor); its bright, clean atmosphere; and its water temperatures (up to 38°C), which really are what the wall plaques say they are. Because they contain hot water the baths are open all year, and it's quite a sight to watch men and women playing chess on floating boards while snow dusts the treetops in City Park.
The baths are open to both men and women at all times in mixed areas, so bathing suits (available for hire at 1100Ft) must be worn.