Budapest: ticket to Gellért Spa
Skip the Line / Fast Track Entry
About this experience
Too much walking around Budapest? Relax!
Take some time for yourself and chill out at The Budapest Gellért Spa!
With our skip-the-line VIP entrance, you will restore your energies with a long bath in an old-fashion, luxury place with a lot of history in it!
The Gellért Spa has literally centuries on its shoulders!
The bath complex is inside the prestigious Gellért Hotel, on the bank of Danube, in the center of the city. The baths were built between 1912 and 1918 with a lovely Art Nouveau style but their story goes back even further.
These healing waters, coming from mineral hot springs, were found during the 13th century by Turks and their fame stretches out to the present day.
You are literally bathing in history here!
The Gellért Spa will treat you with a lot of additional services, like treatments and massages Thai-style.
And you know what? You will not do any queue at all!
Thanks to our skip-the-line VIP entrance you will go directly to baths, without stressful waiting to ruin your relax-time.
Don't miss the chance to revitalize yourself in this graceful, historical place!
Take our VIP entrance and enjoy your bath!
How to use the voucher
Mobile Voucher Accepted
Cancel up to 1 day in advance for a full refund
The bath is mixed. No gender separation
Skip the Line entrance through Hungaria Koncert separate Welcome-desk
The complex includes 13 baths as well as steam rooms, saunas and a Roman-style swimming pool.
Private cabin usage
The bath is decorated with numerous Art-Nouveau furnishings, artistic mosaics and sculptures.
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Full Day ticket
Includes a cabin usage
-I Love SPA package includes
Entrance ticket with cabin of use
I love Gellért Spa towel
Bottle of mineral water
What's not included
"Gellért Spa: Budapest, Kelenhegyi út 4, H-1118 In the building of Hotel Gellért by the Buda end of the Freedom Bridge"