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Lukacs Baths

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Máté
Máté
October 14, 2019
This is the bath I go every month with my father to relax and release the steam. St. Lukács is a historic indoor/outdoor thermal bath spa, heated naturally by hot springs. There is sauna world and for the more sporty ones, there are also swimming pools.
Edmond
Edmond
June 6, 2020
The Lukács Thermal Bath is a historic indoor/outdoor thermal bath spa in Budapest, Hungary, heated naturally by hotsprings. It can be used by men and women everyday, however the swimming pools have historical names such as men swimming pool and women swimming pool. There are ticket with lockers or…
Zsuzsanna
Zsuzsanna
February 7, 2020
Mixes innovation with tradition - in addition to several heated pools, outdoor swimming pools, fun pool with hydromassage, aminties include a sauna world, a steam room. All in all it is a must if you want to chill out!
Erika
Erika
September 6, 2019
Thermal baths in the district
Zoltan
Zoltan
June 14, 2020
My favourite spa in Budapest. You'll hear usually about Gellért, Rudas or Széchenyi spas. These are the most expensive and busy spas in Budapest, full of tourists. Lukács is more calm, cosy, modest and cheap place, with not that much foreigner guests. Distance: 1,2 km on foot, or 3 stops by bus and…

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