Rudas Baths

Rudas Baths

Address: Budapest, Döbrentei tér 9, 1013 Hungary

Reviews

Oranit Senderov
4.5
Oranit Senderov

A lovely day spent in the best way. This is a no-nonsense place, so come prepared. Bring your own stuff: towel, bathing suit, swimming cap, flip flops and bathrobe, if you prefer. There are two main areas: Thermal, which contains the ancient Turkish baths and steam chambers; and Wellness, which has saunas, a variety of pools, and the rooftop pool with a beautiful panorama of the city. You can choose between the sections or buy an all-inclusive ticket, but be aware of the day, women can only use the Turkish baths on Tuesday. Weekends are mixed. There are lockers and cabins. There is also a nice restaurant. The staff is helpful and most speak English. On weekdays, the place is less packed. There are resting zones and they are kept quiet, so you can relax. A very good experience!

Dirk van der Merwe
4.5
Dirk van der Merwe

I went here twice as I loved it so much. The Thermal baths are very authentic. They have men only days which I prefer. The massage I had was amazing and so cheap. Plus you have to try out the outside spa at the other end of the Wellmess centre on the roof. Beautiful view.

Naomi Aku
4.5
Naomi Aku

Visiting Rudas Baths was a lovely experience. My friend and I paid for the thermal bath ticket and stayed there for around 2 hours. With this ticket, there wasn't much to do as we only had access to the different temperature baths, relaxing room and a locker room cabin. However there was a nice social vibe in the facility. Would definitely recommend as a nice way to relax and wind down.

John Greasley
4.5
John Greasley

A brilliant experience - it takes a while to find your way about but the staff are very friendly and helped when we were lost. Very ancient plunge pools, steam rooms and saunas. A roof top hot tub with brilliant views round it all off ! Try it - its worth it !

Sylvain de Crom
4.5
Sylvain de Crom

Very old bath, as usual they officially recommended that kids under 14 stay out, but were very friendly to our 5 and 6 year old kids. The bath is small, but very historic. Definitely recommend anyone liking history and baths to visit it.

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