The orders of knights who settled here to treat the sick, used the medicinal springs as early as the Middle Ages, in medicinal baths which they built adjacent to their monasteries.
At a later date the Császár-Mill, which manufactured gun-powder, was located on this site.
During the 19th century, the Baths evolved into a medical-centre, with a hotel for the use of the patients, and a hospital building for treating rheumatics.
Its medicinal waters are mainly effective in treating joint and muscle damage.
Open: Mon-Fri 6-19, Sat-Sun 6-17
Water temperatures: 22-40°C
Pools: 8 pools: two outdoor swimming pools, fun pool, five indoor thermal pools
Water surface area: 368, 310, 220
Water mineral content: thermal water containing nitrates, calcium-magnesium-hydrogen-carbonates and sulphate-chlorides, as well as fluoride ions in significant quantities
Therapeutic proposals: degenerative illnesses of the joints, chronic and semi-acute arthritis, deformations of the vertebral spine, dislocation of inter-vertebral discs, neuralgia, calcium-deficiency of the bone system, cases of states following injuries
Name: The Lukács Baths (Lukács Gyógyfürdő)
Location: Buda, II. district
Transport: Tram 4, 6, 17 or HÉV: Margit híd budai hídfő
Address: Budapest, Frankel Leó u. 25-29.
Phone: 1/ 326-1695