Open Every Day, 09:00 - 19:00
At the beginning of the 20th century not every apartment had bathrooms, so the Dandár Bath was commissioned to be built as a “sanitary bath”. The bathhouse opened its gates to the public with 15 adult bath tubs and 15 for children.
The bathhouse was only slightly damaged in the Second World War and was functioning again as soon as 1945. As the public sanitary bath function was no longer needed, the bath was transformed in 1978 to a thermal bath.
The building went through many reconstructions and expansions since. In 2014, two outdoor pools (36˚ and 38˚ C) and a Sauna World section were added. In 2015 the wellness section was completely renovated.
The thermal water contains calcium, magnesium, hydrogen-carbonate, sulfate-chloride, and sodium, aiding in the treatment of joint diseases, arthritis, and other ailments.
Enjoy the thermal water in 2 outdoor pools (36˚ and 38˚C) and 3 more indoor pools (20˚, 36˚, and 38˚ C).
When you are fully relaxed and have left the stress of the previous days behind, don't forget to visit the Unicum Museum across the road to see where the world-famous Hungaraian spirit is made.
Monday - Friday €12.00
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