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We arrived at 9.30am, there was no queue and it was very quick to be seen to. We hadn’t took flip flops with us so had to buy some (however when we entered the baths people were walking round bare footed). We didn’t have to pay any extra for lockers and went down to the changing rooms. Although no private there is so many areas that you are in a secluded area anyway. We went to the baths outside which were 28degrees. They were fantastic! I took my phone/sunglasses and towels with me and these were safe left on the side close to where I was. We had also paid for massages (these were quite expensive!) we were taken down to the massage area and this is where it looses a point. The beds were hard, no music or soft settings and the massage was awful. I would not recommend. After we went to the cafe for lunch (people went in their bathing suits), food was delicious! We stayed around 4 hours in total

Skip the Line: Széchenyi Spa Full Day Package Reviewed by Magenta, 03/13/2020

Had an amazing time at the thermal baths. We booked tickets just using the lockers which was absolutely fine! The baths were great, nice and hot and there was a pool side cafe to have food and drinks in which takes card and cash - it was also very well priced. The only odd thing was to go in the middle pool you had to wear a swimming cap, if you went in without one you got chucked out. Luckily we seen this happening to other people before we had even tried to go in the pool. Make sure you take flip flops/slippers as they’ll make you buy them when you get there.

Skip the Line: Széchenyi Spa Full Day Package Reviewed by Josianne, 03/06/2020

Once we found the right entrance, we had a great time. It’s a bit of a walk however Hereoes Square is nearby and worth a visit. There is a metro nearby. It was a lovely day too. We were given our entrance bands then sorted the towels out and went straight to the changing area all easy to find and staff on hand to help. The thermal pool was amazing. Definitely worth a visit and would recommend.

Skip the Line: Széchenyi Spa Full Day Package Reviewed by Diane, 03/15/2020

It was a little confusing knowing exactly where to go to redeem our tickets but there were many people available to guide us. I wish I had gotten the upgraded spa package with towel, flip flops, etc. A towel is necessary and flip flops are mandatory and prohibitively expensive on-site.

Skip the Line: Széchenyi Spa Full Day Package Reviewed by Anonymous, 03/09/2020

An enjoyable few hours at the pool. It was marred by the Coronavirus issue and a concern whether to go or not, but a good mix of indoor and outdoor pools. We would have liked to go in the swimming pool, but they insisted on swimming caps!! overall a good experience.

Skip the Line: Széchenyi Spa Full Day Package Reviewed by Sandy, 03/12/2020