SWIMMING POOL - Mon-Fri 6.00-18.00, Sat-Sun 6.00-17.00 ::
TUB-BATH Mon-Fri 6.00-17.00, sat-Sun closed ::
STEAM ROOM - for men Mon, Wed-Fri 6.00-20.00, for women Tue 6.00-20.00,
Group use, bathing costume compulsory Fri 22.00-04.00, Sat 6.00-19.00 and 22
Type of water:
radio active, thermal water, sulphurous
the inactive stages of chronic degenerative bone and joint diseases, , the inactive stages of chronic, inflammatory locomotor disorders (eg. rheumatoid arthritis, articular diseases, Bechterew-disease), chronic neuritis, nervous pains, osteoporosis (calcium deficiency of the bones), for external (bath) treatment, muscle rheumatism, fibromyositis, traumatic aftercare, aftercare following bone or joint operations, chronic crick in the back (lumbago), aftercare of Heine-Medin disease
thermal water tub bath, underwater jet massage, thermal and steam chambers, steam bath, pedicure, medical pool, medical massage, permanent medical supervision, first-aid provided during opening hours, rheumatology
Total number of swimming pools: 7 (Seven)
SWIMMING POOL - adult with cabin 1.900 HUF / with locker 1.500 HUF / afternoon ticket with cabin within two hours 1.800 HUF / with locker 1.400 HUF, child 1.300 HUF ::
VAPOR-BATH - with cabin 2.500 HUF / within two hours 2.200 HUF, Group Steam Room ticket Sat-Sun 2.500 HUF / at night 2.900 HUF Additional fees: massage 1.600-3.900 HUF :: treatments 1.600-2.100 HUF
Wheelchair accessible: yes
The backbone of the present-day spa was built during the Turkish occupation of Hungary in the 15th century. An octagonal pool is housed under a dome spanning 30 feet and supported by eight columns. The bath was formerly open to men only, but now admits women on alternate days. The medicinal swimming pool and sauna were added in 1986. The waters of the Hungária, Attila and Juventus springs can be taken in the pump room.
Local sights and attractions:
Buda Palace, Hungarian National Museum, World Heritage listed view of the Danube embankment, The Citadel.