In the architectural ensemble the Gellert Baths can compete with the Széchenyi. The Gellert baths have an interesting history of development from a hidden source to a magnificent complex. There used to be a small nursing home called the "Muddy shed", Turkish baths, and this place turned into a palace only during the reign of Emperor Franz Joseph I.
During World War II, the Gellert baths were almost completely destroyed, and then restored not in the best way due to the lack of funds in post-war Hungary. Only after a large reconstruction in 2008, this place acquired historical appearance. Despite the fact that this is a new building, the atmosphere still remains the same thanks to the art nouveau architecture, majestic columns, stained glass windows and mosaics.
Gellert Baths consist of three outdoor and ten indoor pools. They are divided into many types: with waves, with hydromassage, deep, shallow, sitz baths, etc. Each has its own temperature, and the entire group of pools is filled from ten springs. In the summer, a rooftop terrace is available. Save Gellert Baths in MAPS.ME