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What are Therme Bucharest opening hours?
Therme Bucharest is open from 10 AM to 11 PM from Monday to Thursday, from 9 AM to 12 midnight on Friday and Saturday, and from 9 AM to 1 PM on Sunday.

Where is Therme Bucharest located?
Therme Bucharest is located in Bucharest, Romania. The address is: Address: Calea Bucureşti 1K, 077015, Romania. Get directions.

How many number visitors does Therme Bucharest see every year?
Therme Bucharest is one of the most popular attractions in Romania and receives more than 1 million domestic and international visitors annually.

What are the Therme Bucharest opening hours?

General Timings:
Monday–Thursday: 10 AM to 11 PM
Friday–Saturday: 9 AM to 12 midnight
Sunday: 9 AM to 11 PM

Closure: The wellness center is open on all days of the year.

What is the best time to visit Therme Bucharest?

Spring to autumn: The best time to visit Therme Bucharest is from April to September. The spring, summer, and autumn months have the best weather to enjoy the facilities, especially the pools and water activities. However, the thermal water in the pools is maintained at 33°C throughout the year, and most of the facilities, including the saunas and treatment spaces are indoors. This means you can visit all year round.

Peak season vs low season: Summer is the busiest time of the year, with tourists flocking to Bucharest. With Europe’s largest urban beach located at Therme Bucharest, it receives large numbers of visitors from June to August. The facility is less crowded during the winter months from November to March.

Weekday vs weekend: Therme Bucharest is immensely popular with both locals as well as tourists. It tends to become quite crowded on the weekends, especially in the afternoon and evening. Weekdays see fewer numbers of people as compared to the weekends. So, consider visiting on weekday mornings for a more relaxed experience.

Where is Therme Bucharest located?

How to get to Therme Bucharest

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By Bus

You can easily reach Therme Bucharest by bus from the Bucharest city center. Take the R442 bus from Piaţa Presei Libere bus station or the free shuttle bus from Piața Romana bus station, which is dedicated for the wellness center. Disembark at the Therme Bucharest bus stop.

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By car

You can choose to drive or take a taxi to Therme Bucharest. It is located about 21 kilometers from Bucharest city center and it takes about 30-40 minutes to reach, depending on traffic. Henri Coandă International Airport is just 5 kilometers or a 10-minute drive away from the facility. Therme Bucharest has a large parking area with space for more than 1,500 cars and charging stations for electric cars.

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1-Day Skip-The-Line Tickets to Therme Bucuresti
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4.5 hour Skip-the-Line tickets to Therme Bucuresti
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3-hour Skip-the-Line tickets to Therme Bucuresti
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Skip-the-Line Tickets to Therme Bucuresti with Transfers
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Combo (Save 5%): Therme Bucuresti + Slanic Salt Mine Tickets
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Visitor Tips
Rules & Regulations
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  • Touchless access & purchases: Upon arrival at Therme Bucharest, visitors receive an RFID bracelet at the cash register, which allows access throughout the facility. It also records any purchases made. When visitors leave the facility at the end of their visit, they have to return the bracelet at the check-out point and pay for their purchases and any services they have used.
  • Wi-Fi: Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the complex.
  • Changing facilities: Visitors can access changing facilities to change their clothes.
  • Lockers: Visitors can store their small belongings in the available lockers.
  • Luggage storage: A luggage room is available to store large items.
  • Therme shop: Visitors must carry swimwear, slippers, and a towel at Therme Bucharest. These items can be purchased at the shop if you forget or are unable to bring them with you. You can also buy accessories like floaties, swimming goggles, and water-resistant diapers for babies.
  • Renting towels: Visitors can rent towels and bathrobes for the duration of their visit.
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The Palm and Galaxy zones of Therme Bucharest are on level 0 and so are wheelchair accessible. The facility also has a washroom with disability support.

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  • Visitors must carry swimwear, slippers, and a towel during their visit.
  • If you intend to head straight to other destinations from Therme Bucharest after your visit, consider carrying a change of clothes and any personal grooming products and devices you might require.
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  • Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
  • Children between the ages of 3 and 14 years old are not allowed access to the Palm zone. Children below 14 years of age are not allowed access to the Elysium zone.
  • Visitors must carry the access bracelets with them at all times.
  • Visitors who cannot swim can use the pools only when accompanied by an adult who can swim.
  • No pets are permitted inside the Therme Bucharest complex.
  • The sauna can be used only for 10 minutes at a time.
  • Recording devices like mobile phones, cameras, and others are not allowed in the pools, on the slides, or in the saunas.
  • Photography that intrudes on the privacy of other visitors is strictly prohibited.
restaurants at Therme Bucharest

Therme Bucharest has three restaurants and four pool bars within its premises:

  • Humboldt Restaurant: Located in the Palm zone, Humboldt Restaurant offers cuisines from all the continents of the world, including Asian, Mediterranean, and New World (American).
  • Greens Restaurant: Located in an open space at Therme Bucharest, this restaurant serves delicious local and European food. Visitors can enjoy their meals among the palm trees.
  • The Mango Tree restaurant: This unique restaurant inside the Elysium zone specializes in creative Thai cuisine. Visitors can only dine at the restaurant if they are wearing robes.
  • Pool bars: Therme Bucharest has a selection of pool bars, including the Palm Pool Bar, Galaxy Relax Pool Bar, Sands of Therme Pool Bar, and Se & Zn Pool Bar. Visitors can order their drinks directly from the pool bars without having to leave the pools!
Plan your visit to Therme Bucharest

Budget: Hotel Charter Otopeni, Blue Sky House, Bliss Hotel,

Mid-range: Monopoly Hotel, Vienna House Easy by Wyndham Airport Bucharest, Stil Hotel Bucharest

Luxury: Country Spa Retreat, My-Hotel Apartments, My Hotel Apartments Baneasa

Frequently Asked Questions about visiting Therme Bucharest

What is Therme Bucharest?

Therme Bucharest is Europe's largest thermal spa and wellness and relaxation center. It offers many facilities such as indoor and outdoor thermal pools, mineral pools, saunas, massages, treatments, therapies, and other facilities.

Where can I buy Therme Bucharest tickets?

You can book your Therme Bucharest tickets online. By booking your tickets online, you are ensured entry to the facility and you can save time by avoiding ticket lines.

How much does it cost to visit Therme Bucharest?

Therme Bucharest tickets have various prices starting from €13.86. The costs may vary based on additional features you choose, such as skip-the-line access and combo tours.

What are the Therme Bucharest opening hours?

Therme Bucharest is open from 10 AM to 11 PM from Monday to Thursday, 9 AM to 12 midnight on Friday and Saturday, and from 9 AM to 11 PM on Sunday.

When is Therme Bucharest closed?

Therme Bucharest is open on all days of the year.

What is the best time to visit Therme Bucharest?

The best time to visit Therme Bucharest is during the months from April to September. Weekday mornings are usually less crowded than evenings and weekends.

How can I get to Therme Bucharest?

You can reach Therme Bucharest by bus, by car or taxi.

Which is the best way to get to Therme Bucharest?

The best way to get to Therme Bucharest is by the R442 bus from Piaţa Presei Libere bus station or the free shuttle bus from Piața Romana bus station in Bucharest. You can also drive down. Depending on your Therme Bucharest ticket, it might include transfers from your hotel.

What facilities does Therme Bucharest offer?

Therme Bucharest offers a wide range of facilities, including outdoor and indoor thermal pools, saunas, massages, treatments, steam baths, relaxation areas, restaurants, and bars. There are also areas for children with fun activities such as playgrounds and water slides.

How long should I spend at Therme Bucharest?

You can choose to spend 3 hours, 4.5 hours, or the full day at Therme Bucharest in a zone of your choice. Depending on your ticket, you can opt for visiting more than one zone.

Does Therme Bucharest have a dress code for visitors?

Yes, visitors are required to wear swimwear at all times in the pools and other wet areas. In the saunas and steam baths, guests are required to wear a towel or bathrobe. They must also wear slippers during their time spent in the facility.

Are children allowed at Therme Bucharest?

Yes, children are allowed at Therme Bucharest. The Galaxy zone is suitable for children of all ages and contains many facilities and activities especially for them, such as playgrounds, pools, and water slides. There are also lifeguards on duty and strict rules to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all visitors.

Are there places to eat and drink at Therme Bucharest?

Yes, Therme Bucharest has many restaurants and bars within its premises where visitors can buy food and drinks.