Budapest’s spas are gradually reopening
Posted by Viki · May 3, 2021

Six spas are already open to visitors in Budapest From May 1st including the popular Széchenyi Bath.

The opening rules are being closely monitored due to the pandemic. Visitors are forbidden to enter the bathing area without slippers.

The opening spas are the Széchenyi, Rudas, Gellért, Lukács, Paskál and Csillaghegy Árpád Thermal Baths.

In front of the cash desks and at the buffets, keeping a safe distance is compulsory. The use of masks covering the nose and mouth is compulsory for all guests during entry and for the duration of their stay in the enclosed areas of the baths, except for the pool area, sauna, and steam room. Masks are not required in the open-air parts of the spas. Tickets are available at the same prices as before the coronavirus pandemic, with the option of children’s, student, and pensioner tickets, as well as the family ticket which offers substantial discounts.

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