Lukacs Spa & Thermal Baths is open every day of the week, from Monday to Sunday.
The opening hours regular each day, the exceptions are national holidays when the bath is still open, but with modified opening hours (please see below).
Monday: 6 am – 10 pm
Tuesday: 6 am – 10 pm
Wednesday: 6 am – 10 pm
Thursday: 6 am – 10 pm
Friday: 6 am – 10 pm
Saturday: 6 am – 10 pm (on Party Night dates: 10.30 pm – 3 am)
Sunday: 6 am – 10 pm
Please note that the cashier closes at 9 pm, 1 hour before closing time. The pools and facilities are open until 10 pm.
Budapest Card holders can visit the bath for a full day, with a one time entry. The Card entitles its owners to use the bath by daytime (does not include pool party, Magic Bath entry on Saturday nights).
Lukacs Baths: Mixed Pools / Saunas
Lukacs Baths is a co-ed thermal spa bath, where all the pools, steams, thermal facilities are open to women and men alike, including the outdoor and indoor baths and pools, Kneipp Pool, Salt Chamber, etc.
Lukacs Spa Bath at Night
If you wish to use the thermal pools and bath facilities in the evening in Lukacs Bath, you are welcome to join the Saturday night party folks from 10 pm to Sunday 3 am. The spa parties (sparty for short) are electronic music discos with colorful laser lights.
For late night bath experience, you can visit another thermal bath in Budapest, Szechenyi Bath, whose outdoor pools (2 hot spring thermal pools and 1 cooler swimming pool) is open until 10 pm every day from Monday to Sunday.
Lukacs Spa & Thermal Baths on Public Holidays
If your Budapest visit is scheduled on a public holiday in Hungary, you can still visit Szent Lukacs Furdo. Lukacs Baths is open even on holidays, including Christmas in Budapest, New Year in Budapest, Easter or Aug 20.
Please check the current opening hours for the upcoming public holidays before your planned Budapest visit (March 15, Easter, August 20, October 23, November 1, Christmas and New Year). Customarily the opening hours in Lukacs Baths might be slightly shorter (or the same), but the ticket prices are like on weekends (somewhat more expensive than on weekdays).