Anna Thermal Bath
Anna Thermal Bath
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Biljana, Belgrade, Serbia🇷🇸
Belgrade, Serbia181 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2023 • Family
Prvi put sam tamo. Jako lepo iskustvo. Bazeni sa termalnom vodom. 4 sata uzivanja i relaxa.
Preporuka,
Biljana, Beograd, Srbija🇷🇸

It's my first time there. A very nice experience. Pools with thermal water. 4 hours of enjoyment and relaxation. Recommendation,
Biljana, Belgrade, Serbia🇷🇸
Written April 14, 2023
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Biljana, Belgrade, Serbia🇷🇸
Belgrade, Serbia181 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2023 • Family
Very nice experience with a thermal spa in Hungary, first time.Swimming pools, massage pools, treatment pools. Everything is nicely arranged, cabins, showers, hairdryers, restaurant, even a garden for sunbathing when the weather is nice.Excellent experience Szeged is a very beautiful city and you have a lot to see.I will definitely do it again.
Biljana, Belgrade, Serbia🇷🇸
Written August 4, 2023
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LivingInHungary
London, UK127 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2015 • Solo
Located within walking distance of Széchenyi Tér and Reök Palace in the city centre, Anna Fürdő is still relatively unknown by the tourist as a bath house (spa) simply because they just see it as a beautiful building to be photographed, which means those that enter get a relaxing experience due to the bath house not being overcrowded; especially during weekdays.

I visited Anna Fürdő on a Friday (22nd May 2015) at 11am and finished at 1pm whereby 2 Hours was more than enough time to experience the various jacuzzis, pools and main sauna and to have a good look around the place. Apart from the medical sections, which are located on the upper floors, everything else is located on the ground floor.

As you enter the building the wellness section is on your left and the thermal section is on your right. One nice touch they had here, in the foyer/lobby/main entrance, was the Stannah stairlifts; because of the few steps leading up to the entrances of the wellness and thermal sections. Many of the clientele are fit/able elderly, local, people who may have slight difficulty getting up and down steps. Hence one of the reasons why they might be visiting the spa; to use its therapeutic pools.

The above said does not mean younger people and children cannot visit, of course. When I visited there were some young couples and middle aged people among the elderly. Mothers also take their babies there. So do not think it is a place exclusively for the elder residents of Szeged because it is not. It is for tourists, middle aged and younger people too.

Three reasons I believe Anna Fürdő has a middle aged to elderly age group associated with it is because it promotes health benefits (young people do not care too much about health because they think they are already healthy), it promotes its medical treatments and overall spa as being about wellness (again, the younger generation think they are okay) and because the younger generation tend to visit Napfényfürdõ Aquapolis instead. In reality Anna Fürdő is not a fun place for young children who want to run around, scream and splash. It is a tranquil place for relaxation.

Regardless of age, one thing to be careful are the saunas. The main sauna I used states on its door that temperatures can reach over 80 degrees fahrenheit, which I found too hot. It was like the sun was right over me, baking me, with a heat wave at the same time. I only lasted five minutes!

The locals were talking in the sauna and some almost sleeping as if the heat was not there! Had to be seen to be believed! Meanwhile the sweat was pouring off me every second, as opposed to every minute like in other saunas I have used elsewhere. So it was effective, but at the same time I was cursing the heat and trying to breath at the same time!

The steam room was great, as was the swimming pool and other plunge pools. My favourite had to be the main massage pool (jacuzzi) in the wellness section that comes on every 10-15 minutes for around 5 minutes. The great thing about it is that it goes from slow jets/sprays of bubbling water to fast to really fast, giving the overall effect of a nice relaxing water massage.

In conclusion I would say go there around 11am because that will give you one hour, before the wellness section opens, to use the thermal plunge pools, sauna and swimming pool. The other hour could be used to enjoy the wellness pools, other saunas, manicure/pedicure/haircut services and café for example. There are also deck chairs outside in the inner circle of the building for sun lovers to enjoy. I think the average person might get bored after two hours at the spa, unless they really enjoy lounging around all day! Price-wise, compared to the UK, 1,650 HUF (under £5) can not be faulted. Excellent value for money.
Written May 24, 2015
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logssergeyeva
Moscow, Russia40 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2019 • Couples
There are two main parts to the spa - Thermal and Wellness. Thermal opens at 6a.m. and you get three pools with mineral water, one of them is the best water jet pool we have seen yet. Mind you, there's something floating in the water, so not for the squeamish! There's a sauna in thermal section and an indoor swimming pool. Heated stone benches around the big mineral pool are a nice feature - so relaxing I almost fell asleep!
Wellness opens at 12 a.m. on weekdays and you get an assortment of saunas (steam room is perfect - the steam is hot and so dense you can't see your neighbor) and pools (three fun pools with water jets and two cooling pools for after the sauna).
The yard with sunbeds is very nice.
On weekends wellness opens at 6 a.m. and there's every reason to wake up early and take a morning ticket (6 a.m. to 12 a.m.) for 1300 ft. You'll beat the crowds and enjoy the spa in peace. Otherwise a daily ticket costs 2000 ft which is not much either. For a daily ticket you get a paper band but the control is rather relaxed - the turnstiles are folded down and nobody chases you around saying "your time is up!".
On the whole the atmosphere is relaxed, welcoming and homely, we loved it.
Written April 2, 2019
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PetZZZZZ
16 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2016
Anna thermal bath is a 100+ years old beautiful building where you can enjoy spa, sauna, traditional massage services.
Written October 19, 2016
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Adam a
Budapest, Hungary31 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2016 • Couples
We have visitid the place on sunday do not listen to google as it says its closed on sunday but its not, the place is very cheap and clean there are two parts one with the so called Anna water the other side there is about 5 saunas and some jaccuzzis all in all its a perfect place for relaxing
Written October 11, 2016
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Lilla_Kc
Edinburgh, Skócia32 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2019 • Couples
Beautiful traditional thermal bath with authentic design both inside and outside. Feels like a time travel. More smaller and larger pools and a huge variety of wellness options such as more types of sauna, steam, massages, etc.
Written April 27, 2019
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Luecht
Leuven, Belgium332 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2017 • Family
When being on a trip with my mum my eye fell on this odd-shaped building while passing by it. It had some eastern style architecture and just beckoned to be investigated. It turned out to be one of the oldest spa's / thermal bath in the region and we there and then decided to stop our journey and enjoy a good bath. The building is here and there a bit old and needs a refreshing, and staff do not always know how to speak English. But with some good will from both sides we managed to get all explained and enjoyed a few hours of nice traditional Thermal Bath in Szeged.
Written September 30, 2018
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Peter
London, UK152 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2017 • Couples
Good price. Helpful and friendly staff (although not much English spoken so read up online first and check prices etc in advance so you know what you want.). A good selection of pools - hot and cold. Get the sauna plus pools option, which is not that much more expensive. Traditional Hungarian experience. Relaxed atmosphere. Plenty of cold and mineral water for free but refreshments not cheap.
Written December 16, 2017
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Richard O
Cardiff, UK26 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2017 • Family
We spent a pleasant hour in the late afternoon going from pool to pool in the Thermal side of the baths - didn't visit the wellness side. Lovely warm water, good jacuzzis.
Written July 11, 2017
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