The picturesque Százhalombatta is situated on the bank of the River Danube approximately 30 kms away from Budapest to the southward. The benefits of the country were recognised by the prehistoric men as well who were the first inhabitants of the region. Since the region has a long history it is abundant of monuments and historical sites.
The Romans constructed their military camp called Matrica at the Dunafüred part of the present town in the 1st century. The camp was the part of the Roman border road and fortress system called the limes. As a result of its position, the Roman culture and civilization, Matrica had developed sewer and road systems, stone buildings, literacy, financial and public administration and a public bath. The remnant of the latter is open to the public.