Here are five public spas within Mexico City that you can enjoy during hot days that won't compromise your wallet.
Spa of San Juan de Aragón in the Forest of Aragón
The Spa of San Juan de Aragón in the Forest of Aragon has various options of water recreation for the whole family that include wading pools, a semi-Olympic pool, and various parks. All the pools have hot water and water filters to ensure the health of visitors.
Elba Spa in Iztapalapa
This spa is one of the oldest in Mexico City. With more than 70 years of existence, the Elba Spa of Iztapalapa has two large spas, slides, and several wading pools. Of course, there are also other recreational offers such as children's games for the little ones and soccer fields for all ages. The spa has, for the convenience of visitors, various food services.
Spa Olímpico December 14 in Pantitlán
In this huge spa with multiple pools and recreational spaces, it is also allowed to bring grills and food for a family picnic. The modest cost of 50 pesos allows hundreds of families to enjoy the sun and water in its vicinity all year round.
Jalapa 2000 Park in Álvaro Obregón
In this spa, there is recreational space and games for the little ones, several swimming pools, and wading pools. This spa is free and can receive more than two thousand visitors.
Balneario Peñón de los Baños in Puerto Aéreo
Temazcales, steam baths, and healing, this spa is a healthy option for those who do not seek noise and adrenaline. A relaxing and traditional visit that, in addition, due to its enormous history, is a true legend of Mexico City.