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Rudas Baths

198 locals recommend ·

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Andi
Andi
October 01, 2019
Best relax place especially on Friday and Saturday night from 10 pm to 4 am for thoose who love spring water and open air pool with skybar.
Réka
Réka
September 19, 2019
An other famous, renovated spa with amazing view from the whirpool!
Judit
Judit
September 12, 2019
This spa is smaller than Gellért or Széchenyi. There is a jacuzzi on the top of the building so you can see the Danube from the jacuzzi.
Kata & Viktor
Kata & Viktor
September 11, 2019
Its specialty is the old Turkish part and the new wellness with a roof-top jacuzzi.
Zsuzsa
Zsuzsa
September 01, 2019
Also a very good thermal bath. Be aware that there are separate opening hours for women and men and both.

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Location
9 Döbrentei tér
I. kerület, 1013
Phone+36 1 356 1010
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Saturday 6:00 AM