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🇬🇧Have you heard? As beach season at Budapest start this week, spas and beaches will slowly reopen in the Hungarian capital!🏖 However, you will only be able to go to swim🏊🏽♀️ if you follow strict rules, but apart from this, we can't wait to take a dip in the pools!💦 🇭🇺Hallottátok? A héten elkezdődött a budapesti strandszezon, így lassan újranyitnak a főváros legjobb strandjai és fürdői!🏖 Ennek ellenére csak szigorú szabályok követése mellett lesz lehetőség a fürdőzésre🏊🏽♀️, de mi már így is alig várjuk, hogy megmártózzunk!💦 📷Taken by: @budapestimages
Budapest, Hungary 🇭🇺. A city with many attractions from Buda Castle to Gellért Hill. Our favorite thing about Budapest wasn’t its attractions but it was its famous thermal baths. It was an incredible feeling to go into a big outdoor warm pool during the cold weather in Budapest. Something you have to try in this beautiful city. Have you been to Budapest before?
Budapest is a city full of excitements and with so much to offer. That’s why there is nothing like enjoying a relaxing afternoon in one of the many baths around the city. Széchenyi Baths is the most popular with its three outdoor pools with temperatures almost of 36 C in winters. It costs 20 euros to get in, if you want to avoid crowds, I recommend you to go by the morning.
Budapest es una ciudad con mucho que ofrecer y la mejor manera de terminar un día de mucho caminar es relajarte en alguno de sus balnearios. Széchenyi es el más popular con sus tres piscinas al aire libre reguladas a casi 36 C en invierno. Tiene un precio de 20 euros y si quieres evitar al gentío, recomiendo ir en la mañana.
There are numerous sculptures on the Danube Bank in Pest. One of the best known among them is the statue of a Hungarian painter, Ignác Roskovics, painting the Chain Bridge.
Roskovics was a Hungarian painter of Transcarpathian origin. He loved to paint mostly monumental frescoes. His works can be found in the St. Stephen's Basilica and in the collection of the National Gallery. The statue itself was donated to Budapest by a private individual. A replica of the sculpture is also erected in the painter’s homeland, Uzhgorod, on the banks of the Ung River in present-day Ukraine.
The sculpture in Budapest depicts the artist while painting the chain bridge. In fact, this composition is not very realistic, as Roskovics never painted in this place and landscape paintings were not among his favorites. Nevertheless, the area would be unthinkable today without the statue.
Szechenyi Bath is the biggest and most popular of all the thermal baths in Budapest. Budapest sits on a patchwork of 120 thermal springs, and mineral-rich thermal water just spouts from the ground.
A must try !
𝐓𝐡𝐞𝐫𝐦𝐚𝐥 𝐁𝐚𝐭𝐡 𝐡𝐨𝐮𝐬𝐞, 𝐁𝐮𝐝𝐚𝐩𝐞𝐬𝐭, 𝐇𝐮𝐧𝐠𝐚𝐫𝐲
It was a crazy relaxation experience spending the whole day at the bath house with several varieties of indoor and outdoor pools.
I stayed in Budapest for over 15 days but finally I visited the bathhouse towards the end with my new friend I made at hostel - @gargithakur3010
It's an experience very unique to Budapest, and best way to relax towards the end of your stay after you've partied several nights in a row! Believe me the price is worth it and even the whole day would seem to be short in order to live it.
Just make sure to go with a fun person!
#budapest 🇭🇺 #budapesthungary#budapestbaths#szechenyibaths#europediaries
"One more from my NYE trip to Budapest. Hungary is one of the worlds top spa destinations with over 1,500 thermal springs. Apparently the most popular option in Budapest is the Szechenyi thermal bath - above is one of the three outdoor pools (of 21 total thermal pools available) in Szechenyi."
Who says you can’t go to the spa on a workday? The #nomadlife is all about balance 👌🏻
Yesterday I wrote about the famous baths in Budapest that I went to when my mom visited. I only had enough vacation time to take some half-days off while she was there, but didn’t feel like that was reason enough to tell her not to come, so I made it work.
My work schedule is 9-5EST, which means I open my laptop at that time, regardless of where in the world I am... in Budapest, that equates to 3pm-11pm. Mom and I had a nice lunch and visited the baths, then from 3-7pm I went up into the lounge area to get some work done while she hung out reading books and enjoying the spa. Then I was off for the 2nd half of the day, so we also caught the sunset and got dinner together.
When traveling IS basically your entire life, you need to find a way to make visits like this work for it to be sustainable; otherwise your relationships really need to take a back-seat and I’m just not willing to do that to my mom!
P.S. This spa lounge was a decent work environment/ an acceptable option for my situation that one day (comfy seats, good Wifi, available outlets), but I wouldn’t recommend that all #digitalnomads in Budapest use it as an office as I felt that it was super overpriced! You’d be much better off planning to go to the Baths on a weekend 🙈