Discover the water worlds of the Hungary aquaparks. Water slides, tropical paradises, and numerous water attractions spread throughout modern thermal pools offer an oasis of relaxation in summer. Hungary offers top-notch entertainment and wellness!
? Palatinus Baths
At this spa on Margaret Island, you can even sweat in the geothermal sauna, but you should also enjoy the sunshine outside on the giant slides or in the swimming, adventure and wave pools.
? Aqaworld Resort Ramadam
The largest indoor water park in Central Europe, which also has a conference and wellness hotel, is located in the Hungarian capital city of Budapest. Aquaworld can offer you adrenaline fun in the first surfing pool in Hungary, six 18-meter slides, a 180-meter mountain river, 21 pools and countless other attractions.
? Lukács Baths
The waters at the Lukács are meant to have the strongest healing powers, and this is certainly Budapest’s most versatile spa. In addition to the luxurious indoor areas, there’s an outdoor pool and two swimming pools, and you can also use the sunbathing terrace and the fitness equipment.
? Gellért Baths
The most sumptuously decorated spa in Budapest always attracts tourists, but it is quieter during the week. The wave pool outside was the world’s first and the warmer pool also has attractive features.
? Dagály Baths
Budapest’s revered Dagály was closed while the Duna Aréna swimming complex was built for the FINA world championships in 2017 and has only recently reopened. It has since been expanded with a thermal, spa and medical department. Set by the Danube, the Dagály remains a firm family favourite.
? Csillaghegy Baths
Surrounded by a park of ancient trees, the most beautifully located lido in Budapest is this one at Csillaghegy. Recently it has been extended, with a new spa centre, thermal pools, large sauna world and a children’s section.
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