The baths were established by the Turks, while they ruled Hungary. This can be learned from the Ottoman architecture, which is reminiscent of a Turkish bath, masculine and sweaty. The somewhat chauvinistic atmosphere that separates women from men also hints at the origins of these baths. By the way, it seems that time does not stop and is changing, because in the past the baths were for only men. And in recent years baths for women were opened, but still they are separate.
There are 6 thermal hot water pools and an octagonal pool surrounded by columns. The water from this pool comes from dozens of thermo-mineral springs and is used to heal muscle aches.
There are also wet and dry saunas, massage services and more.