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Szechenyi thermal bath
Szechenyi Baths is part of a tradition of baths that started during Turkish occupation of the area 600 years ago. It is quite affordable costing $19 $23 for the day which includes access to a fitness room plus all of the indoor and outdoor pools saunas and steam baths. They have all day tickets with locker or cabin usage. At the special welcome desk hostesses help and give information they speak English. Everything is pretty logical. There are a few signs in English. The number 72 bus stops right in front but you may even be better to use the M1 metro line and get off at Szechenyi Furdo metro stop. The baths are in a large park called the City Park which also has a great artificial lake and a terrace restaurant. One of the largest spas in Europe with 21 pools Szechenyi Baths is well worth a visit (18 pools are open to the general public). Open even in winter even the 3 outdoor pools (they will naturally keep you warm). Although it has been more than a decade since the communist era customer service is still not a strong point in public institutions such as this state owned spa baths. Dont forget to print your own Szechenyi Baths map before you go the place is a huge palace and a maze of pools and saunas and long long corridors of lockers and cabins.

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