Budapest - Your first visit to a spa in Budapest might be a bit complicated if you don't speak Hungarian, with the exception of the Gellért Bath instructions and price lists in most baths are posted only in Hungarian.
To help you avoid an awkward faux pas while wearing nothing but a towel Contiki has created a guide to enjoying, and behaving appropriately in a traditional Hungarian bath.
1. Make sure to spend at least two hours in the bath to make the most of the healing water, saunas, steam rooms and massages!
2. Remember that the cashiers close an hour before closing time.
3. You will be given a plastic armband when you buy your ticket which will let you through the turnstile at the entrance as well as locking and opening the locker. Don't lose it!