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What do you wear to a Sparty?

What do you wear to a Sparty?

Check out our privacy policy which is valid for all guests buying tickets and/or attending the Sparty and Sparty Special Cinetrip events. This is a bath party, so you will have to wear a swimsuit, beach clothes and slippers. No sports attire/athletic wear is allowed in the pools.

Can you get sparty tickets at the door?

Tickets sold on door for Sparty events cost 25,000 HUF/person, include entry and access to an individual locker to store your belongings. Payment is available with cash (HUF) or by credit/debit card. Party tickets are mostly sold out in advance on the internet, with no or very few remaining on the spot.

Does sparty sell out?

Sparty Budapest is a unique and very popular bath party series, actually the 5th biggest event in Hungary with 50 thousand people attending yearly. The parties are mostly sold out, because only a limited number of people can attend, to make the experience more special.

Are Budapest baths coed?

Budapest Mixed Baths: Co-ed All Week

All of its 18 pools (thermal pools, steam baths, plunge pools, fitness pool, etc.) are for both men and women, as well as for children over 14 years of age.

How hot are the thermal baths in Budapest?

The baths are open until 4 a.m. every Friday and Saturday for night bathing and water temperatures range from 11 C (52 F) to 42 C (108 F). There’s a dedicated physiotherapy section for all sorts of thermal treatments, and, in the main hall, you can drink healing waters from the Hungaria, Attila, and Juventus springs.

Do you have to book the baths in Budapest?

Q. Do you need to book tickets to Budapest baths? A. Yes, Budapest Baths are a ticket attraction and it is recommended to pre-book your tickets to avoid standing in long queues.

How long can you stay in Szechenyi baths?

It’s not recommended to stay more than 20 minutes straight in the hot baths. Best thing to do is to alternate : hot bath, break on a deckchair, hammam, inside pool, sauna, hot bath… Going to Budapest? Check the latest flight prices, and the hotels available there!

Are the baths in Budapest warm?

What is more, it is one of the biggest natural hot spring spa baths in Europe too. Szechenyi Bath was 100 years old in 2013, and throughout its century-old history, about 100 millions of bathers have enjoyed the warm medicinal waters and the fun pools.

Are Budapest thermal baths worth it?

ABSOLUTELY! Despite the annoying ticket-booth and rubbish food, I would definitely recommend that you visit thermal bath Szechenyi Budapest. It’s a relaxing, beautiful way to spend the day! There’s a reason that this place is so popular – relaxation, beauty, culture and history all go hand-in-hand here.

Which thermal bath is better in Budapest?

Best spas and baths in Budapest

  • Széchenyi Baths. One of the largest thermal bath complexes in Central Europe, the Széchenyi Baths in City Park is far and away Budapest’s most famous.
  • Gellért Baths. Things to do.
  • Dagály Baths.
  • Lukács Baths.
  • Rudas Baths.
  • Palatinus Baths.
  • Dandár Baths.
  • Római Beach Baths.

Can you just turn up to Budapest baths?

Yes, and it is highly suggested to buy your bath entries (Szechenyi Baths, Gellert Spa) to avoid the queues at the cashiers. Online tickets entitle you to fast track entries through a private entrance, you can enjoy the baths for a full day visit, with either a private changing cabin or a locker.

What do you wear to a thermal bath in Budapest?

Minimum a proper bikini style swim wear, or a sporty tankini, shorts (with a top), or a one piece ladies swimsuit too, should you be a bit shy or you prefer more coverage (swim caps are mandatory in the swimming pool, but not in the other thermal pools).

Do you have to wear flip flops in Budapest baths?

Flip flops / slippers are required to be worn in the whole area of the bath. If you do not have your own, you can buy a pair in the entrance hall shop.

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Can you use euros in Budapest?

Can I use Euros in Hungary? Euro is widely accepted in Hungary, especially in Budapest. However, the rate is terrible and sometimes you will pay almost the double price when paying with Euros in Hungary, so it’s best to avoid if it’s not an emergency. It’s much better to pay in the local currency – Hungarian Forint.

Are Budapest thermal baths sanitary?

Some of the baths look a little rough around the edges, but they are clean and the water is regularly inspected. COVID-19 precautions mean many now have enhanced cleaning routines too. Most baths have decent restaurants or a cafeteria, and it’s possible to spend a whole day there.

Do you need to pre book Budapest thermal baths?

Do you need to book tickets to Budapest baths? A. Yes, Budapest Baths are a ticket attraction and it is recommended to pre-book your tickets to avoid standing in long queues.

Do you need to take a towel to the baths in Budapest?

One of the questions tourists often ask us, and on various Budapest travel forums is if they need to take a towel with them or not. The short answer is, yes, you can rent a towel at Szechenyi Baths, or even a bath robe.

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Is it best to take cash or card to Budapest?

Only a few banks are willing to cash traveller’s cheques, so it is recommended to bring your debit or credit card when you visit Hungary. Smaller shops or country guesthouses may only accept cash. Generally, money exchange points at airports use the least convenient exchange rates.

Should I take cash to Budapest?

Even Hungary is part of the European Union, you pay there with Forint, the Hungarian currency. However, many shops and restaurants in Budapest accept payments in cash or by credit card in Euros but applied rates are unfavorable. Therefore we recommend you to pay in Forint, in cash or by credit card.

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Can you drink tap water in Budapest?

The quality of tap water in Budapest is excellent! You can drink it without any fear. If on a hot summer day the waiter serves your lemonade with ice-cube, you do not need to panic. As I said, the quality of the Hungarian tap water is among the firsts worldwide.

How much do you tip in Budapest?

10% to 15%
#10 Tipping is Norm in Budapest
Although not mandatory, tipping in Budapest is considered courteous and is followed by locals as well. It is considered polite to tip in hotels and concierge services. A 10% to 15% tip can be applied to restaurant bills as well unless service tax is already added.

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