Europe’s Ethereal Thermal Pools to Revive Up your Mind, Body and Soul

Plunging into bathtub after a long tiring day is somewhat a small luxury of life, but nothing can eat a dive into a thermal pool which not only revitalizes your body but lifts up your spirits. Here is our pick of the Europe’s finest hot spring.

Szechenyi Baths, Budapest, Hungary

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The city is blemished with exotic spas, and many of its Turkish Baths dating back to 1500s are still functional. With 18 massive pools and 10 saunas, the baroque styled, neon Szechenyi Baths complex is definitely a standout from other bath options in the city.

Bains de Dorres, Pyrenees, France

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Offering an easy going alternative to Frances’s more urbane bathhouses, this small thermal spring allows the visitors to take a soothing dip into warm waters (around 39 degree centigrade) while cherishing the vistas of the folding valleys below. This Roman Era bath can be easily associated with Spain because of it s close proximity with it.

Pamukkale, Denizli Province, Turkey

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It’s popularly known as ‘Cotton Castle’. There many legends about the therapeutic waters of this exotic, organic natural pool. Shrouded up with carbonate coating, the ceiled hot springs border the Greco-Roman remains and the ancient city of Hierapolis.

 Palia Kameni, Greece

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Unblemished and unmarred from commercialization, the radiant waters of this island in the Santorini caldera are incredibly famous for its curative sulphur-rich mud. Guests need to swim from the anchored vessel to reach the principal Seaside hot spring.

Pantelleria, Italy

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This volcanic island in the channel of Sicily is swayed with numerous, natural pools. The most notable among them is harbor at Gadir, where the locals set in to bathe in the curative waters. It is also frequented by Mr. Giorgio Armani, who owns a ‘dammuso’ here. Enthusiasts, even say that the there can’t be a better remedy for arthritis than spending time in these waters.

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