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1. An open tub used as a fixture for bathing.
2. The room containing the bathtub.
3. (pl.) The Roman public bathing establishments, consisting of hot, warm, and cool plunges, sweat rooms, athletic and other facilities; balnea, thermae.
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The three-day Margitsziget package costs from pounds 389 and includes return flights, transfers, three nights' bed and breakfast accommodation, one Gala dinner, one massage, a three-day pass for all public transport in Budapest, use of the swimming pool, thermal bath, sauna, fitness room and drinking cure.
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Prices from pounds 250pp including breakfast, one lunch and tickets to the Szechenyl Thermal Bath.
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In winter, use the indoor thermal baths next door (communal bathing is very much a social pastime in Budapest and there are several, including the outdoor Szechenyi Thermal Bath).