Palatinus Strand Baths
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One of the first baths in Budapest offering outdoor bathing. It currently has 10 pools and is located on Margaret Island.
The Open-Air Bath, located on the Margit island, in a nature conservation area, was opened as a beach on the bank of the Danube in 1919. With the construction of the large pool it was transformed in 1921 into an open-air bath.
Sprawling complex offering indoor & outdoor thermal baths, swimming pools & a water slide.
Palatinus on the Margaret Island is the oldest open-air beach in Budapest, always attracting a jolly crowd of people who would like to plunge into a pool in the heart of the city. Palatinus is found about halfway through the island on the left-hand side. Once inside, we can chill in any of the many…
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