Turkish Thermal Bath

Budapest Hen Do - Turkish Thermal Bath

A Turkish Thermal Bath? Absolutely Yes! The thermal baths in Budapest are the city’s most famous attractions.


Spend a few hours chilling out at Budapest's famous Turkish thermal bath complex with indoor and outdoor thermal pools, saunas, Jacuzzis and massage rooms.
 
This hen activity is the deal way to relax and recharge your batteries, and get your hen partyready for the big night out.
 
While you and the girls are soaking in the hot healing waters your guide will serve you ice cold beers, wines or other soft drinks.
 
Massages can be also organised on the spot.
 
Make your hen do unforgettable and return home from your hen weekend fully refreshed and revitalised before the big day!
The price includes:
  • Good looking local male guide to pick you up at your hen accommodation
  • Return transfer to the bath
  • Entry to the bath
  • Use of the Jacuzzi, saunas, indoor and outdoor pools
  • One round of beers, wines or soft drinks
  • Massage can be organized and booked at extra cost
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From € 35 / Person

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