Relax in Budapest

Relax in Budapest

Hotel + Spa

Themes: Mindful

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19/09/2019 21/09/2019


About the city

Budapest is known as one of Europe’s most stunning cities. It may be thanks to its impressive surroundings, the Danube River that divides the city, the Buda hills to the west and the Great Plain to the east or due to its varied and beautiful architecture: Renaissance, Byzantine, Neo-Classical, and Art-Nouveau buildings coexist in perfect harmony. Its extensive World Heritage Site includes: the banks of the Danube, Buda Castle Quarter, Andrassy Avenue, Hero’s Square, and the Millennium Underground Railway. To top that, the city has 80 geothermal springs, the world’s largest water cave system where visitors can indulge in a relaxing bath. Budapest became a single city in 1873, occupying both banks of the river Danube, to the west there is Buda and Pest lays at the east. Both sides of the city have very different personalities. Buda is the quiet section of the city. Walking around Buda, travelers will be able to inspect the Castle Quarter and explore the narrow cobbled streets that lead to the Fishermen’s bastion with its fairytale towers, which represent the 7 tribes that existed in the city in the 9th century. This decorative fortification is located atop the Buda Castel Hill and offers the best panoramic view in Budapest. The eastern side, Pest, is where all the action takes place. This section of the city has a fin-de-siècle feel to it and nearly every building has some interesting or unusual detail. Visitors will be invited to take long strolls on its wide boulevards filled with all sorts of shops or enjoy a well-deserved coffee in its grand coffee houses. Pest is home to the parliament building and the Dohari street synagogue, the largest synagogue in Europe. The scars of WWII are still present in the city, bullet holes and shrapnel scorings left over from the Second World War and the 1956 Uprising are still visible in some of the facades, painful reminders of this grey period of history. There are several tributes honoring the Hungarian Jews that lost their lives, as the poignant Shoes on the Danube memorial or the Raoul Wallenberg Holocaust Memorial Park. This side of the river is also considered the cultural heart of the city with numerous art galleries and with more opera, concerts and ballet performances than there are days of the week. The capital’s best restaurants are found in Pest too, and it’s here the nightlife wrestles with until the early hours as well. For a unique drink try a Ruin Pub, Budapest’s network of bars in disused buildings that include former tenement houses, factory buildings and community centres. Budapest has combined all its influences and overcome its complex history to shape its own character, and sure it did it right.

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Danubius Health Spa Margitsziget

  • At 3.7 km from the center
  • Margitsziget, Budapest 1007
- Overview Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget is a friendly 4-star property offering peaceful accommodation near the heart of Budapest. Highlights include fine dining, free Wi-Fi, complimentary parking and extensive fitness, health and spa faci...
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  • Double room - Premium (1)


  • 2 Accommodation nights

1 Activities

Skip-the-Line Széchenyi Spa Entrance Ticket

day 2 - Locker Pass Weekend
Széchenyi Spa is Europe’s largest bath, with its 18 pools offers a large variety of treatments and massages that you can choose from. Its thermal spring is one of the deepest and warmest in the city. The bath is located in the City park, opposite of the City Circus and it can be reached by subway line No. 1 the station of the same name: Széchenyi fürdő.
The fast track entry pass provides skip-the-line entrance to the spa without waiting in line. Locker pass includes locker storage.
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Wheelchair accessible
Not recommended for pregnant travelers
Opening hours of the Help Desk: Monday - Sunday 9 am - 6 pm (except at Christmas 12.24. 9am-1pm (spa closes at 2pm); 12.25 10am-5pm (spa closes at 6pm), 12.31 9am-5pm (spa closes at 6pm) and Jan 01 - opens from 10)
Please note the during Christmas and New Year season the spa as more popular then usual, the entering process may take a few minutes more than usual.
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 20 travelers
You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.


Relax in Budapest
Relax in Budapest