Budapest – The city of spas

“On grey autumn days, the ideal place to relax are the Rudas or Király Turkish baths. Make sure you treat yourself to a massage. My favourite is the ‘Lavender Dream’ treatment in the Rudas baths – the name says it all. In the evening, a visit to the Ladó Café is the perfect way to round off the day with jazz music and traditional Hungarian food.”

Nóra Szentkirályi-Tóth, Resort Manager Budapest

The holiday apartments in Budapest are located in the centre of the old castle district and are the ideal starting point for exploring this historic city of spas. Historic thermal spas for relaxation, magnificent art, wonderful architecture and centuries of culture characterise the Pearl of the Danube, as Hungary's capital city is often called.

Budapest is considered one of the most beautiful capital cities in the world. On the right-hand bank of the Danube is the older, hilly Buda with its historic attractions. On the left-hand bank, on the lowlands, is the younger Pest with its villas and bustling life. Whether you explore on your own or on guided day trips - the city is a unique experience with its history and culture. Take a leisurely stroll along the banks of the Danube and watch the reflection of the rows of houses in the Buda district in the shimmering water. Explore Budapest's architecture comfortably on foot. You will find relaxation in a spa from the Ottoman era, or maybe in the art nouveau or modern style of architecture. The 130 thermal springs that bubble forth from the depths are characteristic of Budapest and are part of the daily lives of the inhabitants. The most beautiful baths are surely the Széchenyi Baths. Here you have a choice of 15 different baths with a glorious historical backdrop. There is also a varied wellness offering at the Hapimag resort itself with a sauna, whirlpool and massage room. The listed building was built directly above a mysterious, accessible cave system that is visible from the wellness area. Bicycles are also available at the resort. The city is perfect for exploring by bicycle. Or stroll down Budapest's boulevard Andrássy út to the municipal park and take in the inspirational atmosphere of the arts district. A tour on water and on land with the unique amphibious bus is also recommended. Most of Budapest's attractions can be easily reached on foot from the holiday resort.

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