Budapest is famous for its many thermal baths spread around the city, Gellert Bath is one of the most beautiful. With its pastel coloured symmetrical spaces it seems to come straight out of a Wes Anderson movie; one could definitely imagine it influencing the creator of The Grand Budapest Hotel. The detailed interiors draw from the modernist styles of the Secession movement, from the colourful mosaic of Zsolnay to the marble statues and columns.

The bath house was constructed in 1912, and although it was heavily damaged during World War 2, it was later rebuilt and restored to its original beauty.