We are traveling to Budapest with our children next week. We love to see the baths, but understand they may not be child friendly. Are there any? Would it even be worth taking kids to do/see? Thank you!
By child, you mean?
But generally speaking, no (as far as I know).
This is "Hungarian" because its in Hungary. And its very kid friendly: https://www.aquaworldresort.hu/hu/aquaworld
Hi from Wisconsin,
Szechenyi baths. It has three major pools. One for high heat, mostly old people, and floating chess games. The Middle for laps. and the third for fun. We didn't have kids, but the 'swirly' section had us laughing so hard we had to take breaks fro it. Kids love it. As a fellow economist said, "There was no diminished marginal utility." Could have done it all day if I had the energy.