Some like it hot @Széchenyi Thermal Bath, Budapest

Budapest lies on a geological fault line, where the Buda Hills collide with the Great Plain. This topographical fender-bender causes more than 100 thermal springs to jet skyward, releasing some 40,000m3 of warm, mineral-rich water each day. When the Romans marched in and built the regional capital of Aquincum here, the power of the waters was fully harnessed… thanks guys.

So, here’s a palace-like outdoor thermal bath built on 2 natural hot springs, 74°C and 77°C. Some like it hot you think?

I certainly do, so this place is my favourite destination in Budapest.