Private Round Trip to Széchenyi Thermal Bath from Budapest Center

Have a smooth and stress-free sightseeing by pre-booking your private round-trip to and from one of the largest bath complexes in Europe - Széchenyi Thermal Bath. Your driver will greet you in the hotel located in Budapest city center and drive you directly to the baths, where you will have time to admire and have a relaxing time on your own. When it’s time to leave, your private vehicle will be waiting to whisk you back to your hotel. There’s no need to worry about inconvenient public transportation as your private driver will be waiting for you at the chosen time in agreed place.

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Szechenyi Bath Entry with Gourmet Dinner at Gundel Restaurant

Is there anything better than having a delicious gourmet dinner at the city’s most elegant restaurant after an indulging bathing at the renowned Széchenyi Spa? Of course not! With this exclusive package, you’ll have the chance to explore the magnificent Széchenyi Spa with a VIP skip the line entrance through a separate welcome desk and enjoy a phenomenal lunch or dinner with a huge discount at the world renowned Gundel restaurant, all for the price of one program.

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Széchenyi Spa Tour, visit with priority entrance.

On this walk, you will go with a guide in Spanish who will tell you the origin and history of the springs of Budapest, in addition to the important therapeutic properties of these medicinal waters. Of all the spas, the Széchenyi in Budapest is the largest in Europe. Built in 1913 in neo-baroque style, it was the first therapeutic spa in the city. Its thermal water comes from the second deepest well in Budapest, located at 1,246 meters deep and with 76ºC of temperature. This tradition is deeply rooted in the culture of the city, you will see that many people go to the baths to relax or socialize with their friends. You'll even see them playing chess! The Széchenyi baths have 15 indoor thermal pools and 3 outdoor thermal pools, saunas, Turkish baths and various therapeutic and beauty treatments. Once inside the bathrooms with your priority entrance you can enjoy the facilities until the closing time.

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Discovering Budapest: Explore the city's hot pools and heroes on an audio tour

Budapest is a city with a glorious and turbulent past. Join me on this self-guided audio tour as we uncover the true Budapest. We begin our tour at the historical Heroes' Square, and meet some of the heroes of Hungarian history. We’ll take a walk through the lush greenery of City Park, before ending with a dip in Hungary’s most famous thermal spa, Szechenyi Bath. Whether it’s your first time in my beautiful city, or you know it well, you’ll surely discover a new and unique side to Budapest. Find out about • The origins of the Magyar language • The fierce and unflinching horse archers of the plains • Medieval witch hunts • A fake castle at the heart of the city • The faceless scribe of Hungarian history • Why church bells toll worldwide every day at noon. • Why Budapest is the capital of thermal spas Don’t forget your swimsuit if you plan on soaking in the calming hot pools of Szechenyi Bath. The entrance fee to the bath is not included in the tour.

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Szechenyi Spa Visit with Hotel Pickup

Budapest – the City of Baths – houses nearly 50 spas, baths and public pools. Visiting the city can not be complete without taking a bath in one of its world-famous thermal spring spas. The Széchenyi Bath, the first thermal bath of the city,  is the largest thermal bath complex not only in Hungary, but in Europe as well. Take the day in complete comfort and enjoy the complementary pick up from your door to the entrance of the spa, then avoid queues and save time with your skip the line entry tickets. Choose an additional I love Spa package or a 20 minutes massage for the complete and relaxing spa experience!

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Classic Budapest Tour

Your Classic Budapest Tour will contain both sides, Pest-side ad Buda-side as well. Heroes Square with the City Park, Széchenyi Thermal Bath, Andrássy Avenue, Saint Steven's Basilica, Chain Bridge, Castle Hill and the most important sights of the Castle District, the breathraking view from the Fisherman's Bastion and Matthias Church. Duration of the tour is 4 hours. It's a walking tour, to cover a bigger distance the use of public transportation is at your own expense.

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Budapest Overview with lunch light included

The historical visit and the tasting of typical products PEST: Andrássy Avenue - the ancient underground - Heroes' Square - Museum of Fine Arts - Városliget Park - Vajdahunyad Castle - Széchenyi Thermal Baths - St. Stephen's Basilica (internal visit) - the administrative district - Széchenyi Square - Chain Bridge. BUDA: Piazza Clark - Montecastello - Piazza di Santa Trinità - Matthias Church only externally - Fishermen's Bastion - historic center with medieval streets with houses built in 15.-17. century. Departure with a min. of 2 people, from Erzsébet square every day of the week

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3-Day Budapest Weekend Adventure

Join this guided weekend adventure exploring Budapest! A local, professional guide is guaranteed to provide the best the city has to offer. Stop by iconic sites such as Heroes' Square, St. Stephen’s Basilica & the Holy Hand, Grand Market, and the Jewish Quarter. Kick back in the world-famous Szechenyi thermal baths and go caving deep inside the hills of Buda! By nightfall, experience the city's incredible "ruin bars" on the popular local pub crawl. Small group sizes and centrally located accommodation ensures a personalized experience.

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Budapest: Self-Guided City Experience

Explore the city of Budapest the Vox City way, discover its best-kept secrets with self guided walking routes, audio content and must-see highlights, all from the palm of your hand. Discover the city's array of striking architectures, from the historic gem Buda Castle to the Hungarian Parliament Building, one of the most notable landmarks in the country. Experience some of Budapest's most idyllic tourist attractions, including Széchenyi Thermal Bath and Gellert Spa, or stroll across the Széchenyi Chain Bridge and enjoy panoramic views of the beautiful Danube River. Tune into your audio commentary as you stroll through the city to amplify your sightseeing experience, or if you fancy, take a beak from discovering the sights and enjoy Budapest's countless eateries, bars and shopping districts. When you’re ready, plan your next walking route, pinpoint your favourite sights and source the best photo hotspots, as you continue your exploration of Budapest the Vox City way.

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Shoot My Travel- Experience Budapest With a Local Photographer

Budapest is a picture-perfect city spilling from the banks of the Danube River in pretty pinks and whites, dazzling golds and yellows. Buda on the West of the river and Pest on the East weren’t connected until 1849 when Széchenyi Bridge was finally built. For sweeping views of the city, as well as stunning architecture and layered history, there’s the dome of St. Stephen’s Basilica, the walled fortress of the Citadel, the fairytale turrets of Fisherman’s Bastion, and massive Buda Castle. You’ll want to indulge in the spa culture and gorgeous architecture at the likes of the Art Nouveau Gellért Baths or the Neo-Baroque Széchenyi thermal baths, which transforms into a decadent party palace after dark. Budapest is a beautiful, thriving city steeped in history, thermal waters, and nightlife. Whether you’re a foodie or a history buff, book one of our Budapest photographers and enjoy the many sides of this city.

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