In addition to its medieval buildings, Budapest is also a rare hot spring city in Europe. Although the city is only a hundred years old after the merger of the two sides of the strait, the large and small hot spring baths in the city have been vigorously developed by the ancient Romans who love bathing more than 2,000 years ago. has huge appeal. The Széchenyi Hot Spring located in the city park is the best among the many Budapest hot springs. This hot spring bath has a delicate structure. The hot spring pool surrounded by the courtyard is full of classical temperament. Countless people enjoyed it. Széchenyi Spa has various levels of fares, and depending on the time and the package you choose, the services you can enjoy are also different.