Lukács Thermal Baths are located in the ancient Frankel Leo Street, close to Margaret Bridge (Margithíd), on the Buda side of the capital.
By public transportation the baths are easy to access on tramlines 4 and 6, bus lines 6, 60 or 86, or by suburban trains called HÉV (in the direction of Szentendre).
The spa is named after St Luke. The building is embraced by a spa-park with giant sycamore trees. The sulphurous water is beneficial for digestive disorders: stomach and bile problems. “Spa tourists” from all over the world visit Budapest Lukács Baths for its healing water.
In the spa there is a daytime outpatients' hospital with a complete physiotherapy department. Medical and refreshing massage, underwater water-beam massage, mud treatment, steam sauna, and dry sauna chambers are all on offer. There are 8 pools in the spa. The water temperature of pools is between 22-36°C. Not far from Lukács Baths, Daubner Cukrászda (50. Szépvölgyi út) is also worth visiting. Daubner is the best bakery and confectionery in Budapest, it sells mouth-watering cakes, pies, pastries, scones and wonderful ice-cream
(Lukacs Bath from outside. Picture from www.wikipedia.org)
1023 Budapest, Frankel Leó u. 25-29.
|Year of building:||12th century|
|Opening hours:||Every day 6.00-21.00|
|Entrance fee:||Between 2.000 - 3.500 HUF|