Top 4 baths to enjoy a night dip in Budapest
Posted by Mia Balogh · Feb 20, 2019

Of course, there are lots of super baths and spas where you can go in Budapest during the day but what happens when the sun goes down? Well, the fun continues – at least in the following 4 baths of our fantastic capital city.

1, Rudas thermal bath and swimming pool – If you feel like going for a night soaking somewhere in Budapest on a weekend, but it’s very late, don’t hesitate to visit Rudas, because it is open all night on Fridays and on Saturdays. Friendly atmosphere and relaxation in a thermal pool filled with 42 °C water or swim in a 29 °C pool are waiting for you.

2, Széchenyi thermal baths – Each weekend, from 10:30 pm to 3 am, SPArties are organized in Széchenyi. It means some special visual effects and electronic music, and of course also the nice thermal water.

3, V-8 swimming pool and leisure centre (located in Szentendre) – What about visiting Szentendre, one of the most beautiful towns near Budapest, and participating one of the thematic wellness programs at V-8? These wellness programs are organized twice in a month, between 9 and 12 pm, during which bathers can become familiar with the tastes, pictures, history and past of the actual theme. These programs are quite popular, so it is highly recommended to buy tickets in advance.

4, Aquaworld Resort Budapest – Are you a fan of water fun? If yes, let us push you a little but to visit Aquaworld: this is one of the biggest indoor water theme parks in Europe, with some regularly organized serious night fun called ‘Splash night pool parties’. We said serious night fun and it is no overstatement: from 9:30 pm to 2:30, DJs and dancers create the real party atmosphere and, of course, all services are available for the public from jacuzzis to the 11 giant water slides. Ready to go? It is strongly advised to buy your tickets in advance because these pool parties are extremely popular. No wonder, right? ;)

Source: termalfurdo.hu

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