The area around the Római Baths, one of the most popular in Budapest, was a known water source as early as Roman times. These springs were considered sacred and archaeologists have found the base walls of a sanctuary here. The rebuilt baths were opened in 1964, and they still preserve their original layout. Three open-air pools have since been modernised, the main one with slides, neck showers and a jacuzzi area, while the children's pool is ideal for little ones. You'll also find a sauna and steam cabin, plus numerous food and drink outlets.