The construction of this Bath was begun by Arslan, the Pasha of Buda in 1565 and was completed by his successor, Sokoli Mustafa. The Király Thermal Bath had no direct hot water base nor has it any today. The Turks built the Bath far from the springs to ensure the opportunity for bathing even in the case of an eventual siege, within the walls of the castle. Its water was supplied at that time, and is being supplied now, from the surroundings of the current Lukács Bath.

It is now fully integrated so both men and women can use it every day. Bathing suits are required as a result.  Entrance fee for an all day ticket with cabin 2,500 Huf. Prices are subject to change.

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