Bath & Picnic


On 15 February, Experience Balkan offers a unique wellness experience for those interested in architecture and history. Participants can enjoy a picnic and a walk through the Gellért Spa, which will soon be closed due to renovation. During the event, you can get a glimpse of the spa’s history, as well as try out its pools, saunas, and even taste its medicinal water. The bath will be followed by a pleasant conversation.

During our spa walk, we will visit together the beautiful baths built at the beginning of the 20th century, which in Turkish times was the site of the Acsik ilidzse.
Formerly known as the “Mud Baths”, the spa complex was built in late Art Nouveau style, with baroque domes designed by Artúr Sebestyén, Ármin Hegedűs and Izidor Sterk.
During our spa walk, we will try all the pools, saunas, steam baths and even taste the delicious and healthy thermal water.
After our complex wellness programme, we’ll wind down with a chat in one of the spa’s iconic restaurants.
We welcome everyone who loves the spas of Budapest, who is interested in our association (Experience Balkan team), who loves the Balkans, who would like to come to our future programs/trips, who would like to join our NGO or just have a bath in a fun company.
Participation is free of charge, but all participants are kindly asked to register in advance!

Registration and other information:
Meet at the fountain in front of the hotel at 15:50!
You can join the program later (also inside the spa!)!
Tickets to the spa are purchased individually!

Venue: Gellért Thermal Bath
Date: 15 Feb.
Time: 16:00-20:00

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Budapest, Gellért Thermal Bath, Kelenhegyi út, Magyarország


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