Széchenyi spa is the largest medicinal bath complex in Europe.
The present bath building was constructed in 1913, while the swimming pool and the two public baths were built in 1927.
The atmosphere of Roman bathing culture may be felt in its light, spacious pool halls, while Greek bathing culture is
reflected in the tub baths, but traces of Nordic traditions may also be found in the heat chambers, saunas and dipping pools.
The Széchenyi Baths are the deepest and hottest baths in Budapest, the water reaches the surface at a temperature of 75 degrees.
The rich minerals-content springs are distinguished according to their alleged healing properties. They are recommended for treating
rheumatism and disorders of the nervous system, joints and muscles.