Budapest is the amazing capital city of Hungary. The city is home to many great tourist attraction sites including historic buildings, museums, architectural masterpieces, fun shopping centers, and entertainment hubs and much more. Hungary and more specifically, Budapest is also exquisitely famous for its food and local cuisine. The city is home to some amazing culinary expertise in the form of great local restaurants, cafes, and street vendors as well. The local antique and souvenir shops are also widely popular amongst tourists and visitors to the city. Budapest is a fantastic venture and it invites many tourists each year, all year long. One of the main specialties of the city is its thermal baths. The thermal baths of Budapest are globally known for their relaxing, healing, and meditative properties and these thermal baths attract many people from all around the globe.
Paskal is one of the many famous thermal baths of Budapest that is visited by both tourists and locals of the city as well. This thermal bath is located in the 14th District of Budapest and it is the youngest thermal bath complex in the city. In 2016, this thermal bath complex expanded with a covered wellness center. Paskal thermal baths is now home to nine different pools and various wellness services. The specialties of Paskal include the outdoor aqua-bar and the unique geothermal sauna. The outdoor aqua-bar is an exquisite pool-bar type facility that adds to the fun-filled and relaxing environment of Paskal, whereas the geothermal sauna is a unique aspect offered here at Paskal for the ultimate relaxation in the healing waters of Budapest.
Paskal is a unique thermal bath of the city that offers a complete experience of the ultimate relaxation and comfort that people usually search for when visiting a thermal bath or spa area. Budapest is famous and widely popular for its unique and extravagant thermal baths and spas and the various spa parties (known locally as sparties) because of the highly relaxing and healing properties of the thermal waters. Paskal provides an amazing experience once you submerge in one of its many thermal pools that are of the perfect temperatures to make you forget about the worries of the world. Paskal was built in 1989 and it was initially a smaller venue that consisted of merely two thermal pools. This thermal bath complex mainly stands out as a leisure opportunity, rather than a proper spa. Paskal remains open through May to August.
The covered wellness center was added to the expansion of Paskal and this is, basically, a new covered unit that consists of six new thermal pools and three new saunas that were built to be a part of this new covered wellness center that was officially opened as an expansion of Paskal in July 2016. Furthermore, the bath has expanded with a new thermal pool to add to the outdoor pools and the overall experience of the thermal spa complex and its offering of the ultimate comfort and relaxation. This further allows Paskal to accommodate more guests and visitors at a time especially since it is usually full of people that love the experience that they are offering and due to the fact that it is widely popular amongst tourists and locals alike. So, the expansion has greatly helped to cater for all the visitors eager to enjoy the relaxing thermal waters of Paskal and the fun experience here. It is usually crowded but after the expansion the crowd does not seem to be a problem anymore as there is enough space and enough to cater for everyone.
Budapest is the place for thermal water and the Paskal bath is a newly refurbished bath in the city that has gained much popularity. It is located amidst a neighborhood; this means that you will not get the sight of the unique historical buildings of the city in the context or view of this place. However, it has a very logically built setup that includes a separate children’s area with 2 pools, a separate covered area for wellness that also includes a very relaxing and pleasant geothermal sauna as well, and an amazing outside pool area with the aqua-bar to cater for food and drinks. The food offered here is to ensure that hunger does not get in the way of relaxing and the ultimate thermal water experience and is a great facility. Since it is a neighborhood facility, it is also a great place that allows tourists to see how local people from Budapest enjoy a bit of their time off to chill out.
Paskal is a relatively new thermal bath complex and its style, interior, and facilities all give a very modern feel and the complex itself has an overall modern design. The entrance fee is very affordable and makes Paskal all the more attractive; for adults the fee is merely 2400 forints which is around 7 US dollars, not bad at all considering the huge complex, the wide range of thermal pools all of the different enjoyable temperatures, saunas, kids’ area, aqua-bars, and much more.
Paskal is simply a must-visit the next time you are in Budapest or if you are planning a trip to the city. One can simply not leave Budapest without experiencing the best thermal baths of the city and Paskal makes it up on that list, so make sure to experience the waters at Paskal during your visit in the unforgettable city of Budapest.