Address of Spa: Hungary - 1027 Budapest, Fõ utca 84.
For information call: +36-1/202-3688
The Ottoman Arslan pasha started the construction of this spa in 1565 in order to have a spa within the city walls,
at a secured close location even if the city were under siege. In 1796 it was reconstructed into its present form.
This old style spa
is one of the very rare historic relics that remained from the Ottoman times, it is now a protected relic, presenting
to us the early Ottoman bath
culture in its original beauty. The Kiraly bath thermalbath is a Turkish bath.
Its thermal water supply system is fed through a pipeline from Lukács Medicinal Spa. The Turkish Bath is open for men
and women on alternating days.
Composition of the water in the thermalbath:
Thermal water containing sodium and calcium-magnesium-hydrocarbonates and sulphates, with significant fluoride
Degenerative disorders of joints and the spine (deformity, disorders of the vertebral disks, lumboischialgia,
Bechterew-disease), chronic arthritis in inactive stages,
neuralgic pains, bone loss, post traumatic treatments.
Opening hours of Kiraly Bath:
For women: Monday, Wednesday: from 8.00 am to 7.00 pm
For men: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday: from 9.00 am to 8.00 pm
For women and men: Sunday: from 9.00 am to 8.00 pm
No. of pools in total: 4
Water temperature: 26, 32, 36, 40 oC, Surface: 8, 10, 68, 4 m2
Balneotherapy: thermal pool bath and tub bath.
Hydrotherapy: underwater massage by water current.
Mechanotherapy: medical massage, refreshing massage, foot massage.
Other treatments: sauna and steam room.
Other special services: sauna, fitness.
Beauty services: hairdresser, pedicure.
Other services: Buffet, rental.
Nearby touristic attractions to visit:
1. Batthányi tér - view from the Danube bank to the Parliament
2. Buda Castle
3. Tomb of Gül Baba
4. Greek Catholic Church
Kiraly Bath. Access by public transport:
The turkish medicinal spa is located in Buda, near the Margaret bridge.
Public transport available: tram No. 19, buses Nos. 60 and 86.
More Baths in Hungary: Thermalbath in the centre of Budapest
More than 40 different therapies