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Rudas Thermal Baths (Rudas Gyógyfürdo)
Rudas Thermal Baths (Rudas Gyógyfürdo)

Rudas Thermal Baths (Rudas Gyógyfürdo)

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Döbrentei tér 9, Budapest, Hungary

Practical Info

The Rudas Baths sit below Gellert Hill not far from the Elisabeth Bridge on the Buda side of Budapest. To get there, take tram 18 or 19, or bus 5, 7, 8, 86 or 112. Bathing suits are compulsory on the weekends when the Baths are open to both men and women. Extended hours are also offered on Fridays and Saturdays, from 10pm-4am. An on-site restaurant serves Turkish-Hungarian cuisine.

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Rudas Bistro Extra Brunch
Rudas Bistro Extra Brunch
star-4
$43.89 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Great trip
You can arrive whenever to eat, the food and views are amazing and the rudas baths are arguably the best in Budapest. A really good deal and thoroughly recommend!
Jessica_C, Jul 2019

Recent reviews from experiences in Budapest

star-4
A bit disappointed by the...
Boris_P, Dec 2021
Rudas Bistro Extra Brunch
A bit disappointed by the baths we expected more traditionals. But the location and the view inside the spa on the roof above the river is amazing. The lunch was perfect and delicious
star-5
The restaurant was...
Melissa_f, Nov 2021
Rudas Bistro Gastro-Wellness
The restaurant was reserved for a private party and initially the manager was abrupt. He did accommodate us, the food was great-- looked a bit bland, but was NOT! We did have the tour in reverse order due to the restaurant issue, but myself and daughter tried ALL the areas available in the bathouse which was a fantastic experience. Taxi service challenging on weekend. Fav spot for locals.
star-5
Budapest highlight
CYNTHIA_K, Feb 2020
Rudas Bistro Premium Brunch
The food and view in the restaurant is amazing and the service was excellent. Three very large courses ( you can skip a meal after eating here) and a wide selection to choose from. On arrival you are given your entrance ticket to the spa next door which includes the main pool, thermal bath area, sauna world and a locker. Don’t forget to bring your own towel as renting one is a rip-off. We also added on massages when we arrived at the spa. The spa itself is spacious and relaxing, the massages were magnificent if you enjoy deep tissue massages. We were in the spa as it became dark ( it stays open to 10pm), and it was beautiful to see the lights of the city twinkling from the thermal pools and poolside loungers. A very good value trip. I definitely recommend it.

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