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Gellert Bath FAQ

Dress code in the Spa

Is there a dress code in Gellert Spa? What are men and women are expected to wear at the baths? Believe it or not, this is one of the most frequently asked questions about Gellert Spa Budapest. First of all: visitors cannot be nude. No nudity, please As Gellert Spa became …

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Swimwear Rental in Gellert Spa

Since Gellert Spa became a coed bath place in 2013, visitors, for clear reasons, are supposed to wear some kind of swimsuit, everytime and everywhere in the spa. Do not worry if you don’t have your own swimsuit, you can still come and visit Gellert Spa, as swimwear rental, among  …

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Towel Rental in Gellert Spa

Towel rental in Gellert Spa is possible. Should you decide to rent a towel, please keep an eye on it to be able to return it when leaving the spa, otherwise you would lose the deposit fee. Believe us, all rented towels look the same. It is not uncommon to …

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Cabins vs lockers

Please note that you cannot buy a ticket without a locker or a cabin (except for the special  tour tickets, enabling visitors to have a short (15 minute) bath tour in Gellert Spa but not to enjoy the pools and other services). Gellert Spa Entry Tickets can be purchased with …

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Children in Gellert Spa

Many visitors would like to know whether children (teens, kids, toddlers, babies) can go to Gellert Spa. 1. Babies / Toddlers Babies who are not potty trained are not allowed in the pools in Gellert Spa, even if they are wearing a swimming nappy. It mostly applies to children under …

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Smoking in the Spa

Smoking is not permitted in the whole complex of Gellert Spa, Budapest. For your better information, from Jan 2012, smoking is prohibited in all the other thermal baths, both in indoor and outdoor facilities. Thermal baths, spas are considered to be health institutions, and as such rules regulate the act …

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Health Safety Tips

Visiting any thermal bath and spending hours in the hot spring water is a fun and relaxing experience. Yet, we should not forget about certain health / physical conditions when thermal water or a massage therapy is not only not recommended, but even discouraged. Please read and follow the next …

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