The Szechenyi Baths
Istvan Szechenyi was born into a very wealthy and aristocratic family. His family gained many merits from the “Hungarian National Museum.”He participated in the uprising against Napoleon in early 1800, along with is two brothers. This sparked his further participation in the Military, not only as a duty but a career. He received many badges of honor for his services in the military. The baths are on stop 10 of the M1 line in Budapest, Hungry. There are 15 bath units in which visitors can experience. According to their website, “The water of the drinking well contains a substantial amount of fluoride, alkalises, and calcium, magnesium, hydro-carbonate, chloride and sulfate.” These ingredients are said to have helped cure and better different health conditions. The baths also have a wellness center where water activities, like water aerobics, are practices with a professional staff. The baths promote total wellness and relaxation. There are also massages and other spa services available. It is considered to be the largest medicinal bath in Europe. I am very much looking forward to experiencing the baths healing qualities. This destination is a favorite of tourists and locals alike due to its calming and healing nature. Ticket prices vary due to the public and non public features.