Békéscsaba is a city in southern Hungary, known for its thermal baths and diverse cultural life. The main square, Széchenyi tér, is home to the Baroque Evangelical Lutheran Church and the 18th-century Town Hall. The latter is home to the Museum of Applied Arts, with exhibits on traditional crafts such as blacksmithing and pottery. The city is also known for its thermal baths, including the Art Nouveau Gellért Baths. The baths are set in a park with a lake, and include indoor and outdoor pools, a sauna, and a steam room.