Dagály Spa

Dagály Spa

The Dagály Thermal Baths are connected to a classic swimming pool and a large grassy area with trees, which serves as a beach and relaxation zone on hot summer days. In terms of size and number of pools, Dagály ranks 1st among Budapest's spas, but if we consider only the thermal part, Dagály is one of the smallest.

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Opening in 1944, Dagály is the youngest spa in Budapest and will be ideal for visitors who want to combine the thermal baths with normal bathing and summer relaxation.

Pools and healing water

The spa is operated by an artesian well with a spring springing from a depth of 126 metres. The local water is rich in sodium, sulphites, fluorides and chlorides and is thus indicated mainly for the treatment of the musculoskeletal system, joint inflammation and post-traumatic joint rehabilitation.

There are a total of 10 swimming pools in the complex, with water temperatures ranging between 26 and 36 °C:

  • 2 large swimming pools (25 and 50 metres)
  • 1 adventure pool with artificial waves
  • 3 smaller adventure pools with counter-current, water mushroom and other small attractions
  • 2 children's pools
  • 2 thermal pools

The thermal and swimming pools are open during the winter.

Admission and practical information

Open daily from 6:00 am to 8:00 pm.

Admission costs for the whole day 3 400 huf (weekdays), respectively. 3 700 huf (weekends) and can only be purchased on site.

Official website of the spa and swimming pool: nsu.hu/dagaly

Location and transport

Dagály Spa is located in the north of Budapest, outside the city centre and can only be reached by public transport:

  • Forgách utca station - M3 metro
  • Stop Népfürdő utca / Árpád híd - trams 1, 1M, 41
  • Stop Dagály fürdő - bus 15

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