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    D24 Ambassador Apartment

    D24 Ambassador Apartment

    06. Terézváros, Budapest (0.4 miles from Széchenyi Thermal Bath)

    9.8 Exceptional 79 reviews
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    Heroes' Residence

    Heroes' Residence

    06. Terézváros, Budapest (0.4 miles from Széchenyi Thermal Bath)

    9.8 Exceptional 57 reviews
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  • D24 Boutique Apartment

    06. Terézváros, Budapest (0.4 miles from Széchenyi Thermal Bath)

    9.8 Exceptional 47 reviews
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    Délibáb Apartment

    Délibáb Apartment

    06. Terézváros, Budapest (0.6 miles from Széchenyi Thermal Bath)

    9.7 Exceptional 103 reviews
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    Semiramis Apartment

    Semiramis Apartment

    13. Angyalföld, Budapest (0.6 miles from Széchenyi Thermal Bath)

    9.6 Exceptional 120 reviews
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    Mintage Apartment /Former Mirage Apartment

    Mintage Apartment /Former Mirage Apartment

    06. Terézváros, Budapest (0.5 miles from Széchenyi Thermal Bath)

    9.6 Exceptional 79 reviews
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Széchenyi Thermal Bath Highlights

Széchenyi Thermal Bath
This sprawling spa complex is Europe’s largest medicinal bath. What it lacks in quiet coziness, it makes up for in sheer grandeur. Set in the greenery of City Park, the spa’s palatial Neo-Baroque building offers up the royal treatment – with 15 indoor baths and three outdoor pools to choose from. You’ll feel like a new person after all those jets, bubbles, and whirls work their magic.
Széchenyi Baths
Budapest’s baths are second to none, but this grand spa emporium deserves a visit just for the building alone. This Neo-Baroque, yellow palace stands in all its pillared glory overlooking sprawling azure pools. Designed by Gyozo Czigler, the turrets, balconies, archways, and glass-paneled ceilings will thrill architecture buffs.