Turks didn't always build bathhouses over springs. As for Kiraly baths, they laid a one-kilometer pipeline from larches, where today's treatment bath Lucacs is operating. This allowed to relax in baths even if the place was under siege. The territory around Kiraly was surrounded by a high wall. Kiraly has a magnificent dome and a lovely courtyard where you can relax on lounges under maples and oaks after swimming. The place is one of few baths that has not been fully renovated yet, that is why it still has a Soviet atmosphere. There are writings above the pool 'diving and soap are forbidden' and 'no swimming'. Checkroom and showers with a standard tap are part of Kiraly's charm. People who never lived in the Soviet Union go here for Turkish and Soviet exotics.