Budapest Travel Guide

Császár Baths

Császár Baths


The Baths are a monument of Turkish origin. Dating from the 16th century, the baths are still in a relatively good condition. The buildings facing the street were erected in the 19th century, and are in the Classicist style.

During the 1860’s, a conversion to steam-baths took place.

The use of the baths for medicinal treatment occurred from relatively early on; its mud-baths were already operating in the first-half of the 20th century. The waters are sourced from the wells of the Lukács Baths wells, and from the MagdaSpring on Margit Island

The Komjádi Sport Swimming Pool was a later addition to the northern wing of the Baths.


Open: Mon-Sat 6-21, Sun 6-19

Name: The Császár Baths (Császár Fürdő – Komjádi Uszoda)

Country: Hungary

City: Budapest

Location: Buda, II. district

Transport: Tram 4, 6, 11 or HÉV

Address: Budapest, Árpád fejedelem u. 8

Phone: 1/ 326-1478


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