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Lukács Bath

Photo : Hartyányi Norbert / We Love Budapest
Lukács Fürdő, medence, fürdő, úszás, sport

Lukács Bath is one of the longest standing spas in Budapest. In the XII. century, the Knights of St. John used to care for the sick here; later, knights from Rhodes and Malta established a bath on the same grounds, which was transformed into a Turkish batch during the Ottoman occupation. After a full renovation, the modern Lukács opened its gates in 1884, but still preserves its century-old interior. In 1999, the whole bath was revamped once again, including the indoor and outdoor pools, and so today it provides all services that a XXI. century spa is expected to offer. Lukács was visited by numerous actors, poets and artists, many of which received a memorial plaque, as well. These regulars included, inter alia, István Örkény, Zoltán Kodály, Zoltán Latinovits and Dezső Garas.

Opening hours
Monday06:00-22:00-
Tuesday06:00-22:00-
Wednesday06:00-22:00-
Thursday06:00-22:00-
Friday06:00-22:00-
Saturday06:00-22:00-
Sunday06:00-22:00-
 
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