Gellert Baths, Budapest, Hungary

The baths at the Hotel Gellert may be the most famous of the Budapest bath houses and it is certainly a good example of Hungarian Secession Art Nouveau being

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Tripping: Photo Diary of Tuscany, Italy

Friedrichsbad Roman-Irish Thermal Bath. Baden-Baden, Germany. 150 years of curative relaxation.

Rick Steves' Europe: Baden-Baden, Germany

Baden-Baden, Germany - interesting, if not slightly scarring experience!

So You Want to Visit the Thermal Baths in Budapest? Read this before you go for an effortless visit | http://packmeto.com

9 Tips for an Effortless Visit to the Thermal Baths in Budapest

So You Want to Visit the Thermal Baths in Budapest? Read this before you go for an effortless visit | http://packmeto.com

Thermal baths are to Budapest what baguettes and boulangeries are to Paris or yellow taxis are to New York. Locals and visitors enjoy the cleansing and healing benefits of the thermal water, sometimes while enjoying a game of chess. Via @insidetravellab

Thermal Baths in Budapest: Exploring Budapest's Thermal Baths

Thermal baths are to Budapest what baguettes and boulangeries are to P or yellow taxis are to NY. Locals and visitors enjoy the cleansing and healing benefits of the thermal water, sometimes while enjoying a game of chess.

Szechenyi Baths Beautiful Thermal Bath in Budapest This magnificent  complex covers an area 6.220 SQ it has steam chambers, 10-saunas and 18 pools and cater group thermal bathing section. Amazing Hungary

Szechenyi Baths Beautiful Thermal Bath in Budapest

UK Holidays 2017 - Budapest with Flights - Optional Danube Cruise or Széchenyi Baths Entry! for just: Budapest with Flights - Optional Danube Cruise or Széchenyi Baths Entry!

Rudas Thermal Bath, Budapest. The building dates from the 16th century, when the occupying Turks were constructing bathing facilities to make the most of the city's 80 geothermal springs. The Ottoman influence can still be seen in the octagonal pool, covered by a huge dome and supported by eight pillars, and the six steam pools.

The building dates from the century, when the occupying Turks were constructing bathing facilities to make the most of the city's 80 geothermal springs. I love this bathouse, but I recommend going on a weekday.

Gellért Thermal Bath, Budapest, Hungary

Gellért Thermal Baths and Swimming Pool, also called Gellért fürdő or Gellért Baths, is a bath complex in Budapest, Hungary, built between 1912 and Built beside Hotel Gellért.

Budapest sits on a patchwork of almost 125 thermal springs, and ‘taking the waters’ has been a part of everyday life here since people walked in togas.

A guide to Budapest’s thermal baths

Budapest has a lot to offer from gastronomy, fine wines, interesting historical sites, natural thermal baths, vibrant nightlife, ruin pubs and more. TOP Inspired have selected ten things that you should not miss on your visit. #Budapest #Hungary #Travel

TOP 10 Things to do in Budapest - Tips by a Local

Rudas Baths in Budapest Hungary.  A labyrinth connected hot baths.  This one I remember the most; it was built in the 1500s by the Ottomans.  Incredible.

Rudas Baths – A Must Visit While in Budapest

Thermal baths inside a cave - Miskolc Tapolca, Hungary.

Thermal baths inside a cave - Miskolc Tapolca, Hungary./ Thermal bath I should see

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