Veli Bej

Veli Bej Turkish Bath is one of the recently restored thermal Turkish Baths in Budapest, Hungary.

Veli Bej Bath Budapest - Turkish Bath

Veli Bej Bath Budapest – Turkish Bath

Veli Bej Turkish Bath

The core of the historical (and now contemporary) bath complex is the octogonal main bath from around 1574 built by Sokollu Mustafa Pasha, the Ottoman Turkish-Bosnian dignitary. He was the pasha, and Turkish leader in Buda who built most of the now famous Turkish baths in Budapest, including Rudas Baths and Racz Baths(at that time Budapest was Buda, Pest and Obuda separately).

Location of Veli Bej Turkish Bath

Just like the rest of the Turkish Baths in Budapest, Veli Bej is on the Buda side, between the foot of the hills and the river Danube, by the Margaret Bridge and Margaret Island.

Entrance Fees at Veli Bej Turkish Bath

Veli Bej Bath was officially opened in September 2012, the bath is fresh, new, clean and well equipped and sanitised. Plus you can enjoy a very affordable entrance fee of about 2000 HUF. Enjoy! Please note that the minimum age of entering Velibej Bath is of 14 years. Not for children.

Tickets: HUF 2,000

The temporary entrance of Velibej Bath is from 33 Frankel Leo road, Budapest 2nd district

Opening Hours at Veli Bej Turkish Bath

Daily (from Monday to Sunday), from 6 am to 12 pm (noon), then after a midday break, the bath re-opens, from 3 pm to 9 pm

Services at Velibej Bath

  • 1 big pool
  • 4 smaller pools
  • Infra Sauna
  • Finnish Sauna
  • Jacuzzi
  • Steam Bath
  • Pleasure Bath
  • Kneipp bath

Contact Veli Bej Bath

phone: +36-0036-1-438-8641
email: velibejfurdo [at] velibejfurdo.hu

Unlike many of the thermal baths in Budapest (Szechenyi, Gellert, Rudas, Lukacs, Kiraly, Dagaly, Palatinus, Dandar, etc.) the Veli Bej bath is not a state owned thermal bath managed by the Medicinal Baths of Budapest Co. Veli Bej bath belongs to the Hospital of the Brothers Hospitallers of St. John of God (Iragalmasrendi Kórház).

Here is a home made video of the Veli Bej Bath:

Last updated: November, 2012

 
 
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