This Iceland spa is open all year round, and attracts visitors travel from all over the world to bathe in the mineral-rich waters which have been heated underground.
Possibly the best preserved hot spring in the state of California, Travertine Hot Springs is a blend of warm mineral waters, silt bottoms and breathtaking scenery.
The natural thermal pools in Turkey have drawn visitors for thousands of years. This led to a Greco-Roman city, Hierapolis, developing on the hilltop above the thermal pools.
These baths in Spain are a complex of restored Arab baths that reopened in 1988 after a closure of five centuries. The Moorish architecture offers an amazing bathing experience.
Bagby Hot Springs is located deep in the Mount Hood National Forest, in Oregon. This secluded bathing spot is more than 100km from Portland & far from any largely populated areas.
These springs are located deep in the Alaskan wilderness, surrounded by mountains. You can warm yourself in these northern waters while being surrounded by the snowy winter landscape.
Located in Tuscany, the Terme di Saturnia is a group of hot springs which have become highly popular among both locals and tourists alike.
The only South American hot spring site in the top 10 list, Termas Geométricas is a very popular tourist destination in Chile. The waters are warmed by the nearby Villarrica volcano.
The springs in Jordan are located not far from the east coast of the Dead Sea. The water is filtered through the basaltic mountains, enriching it with natural minerals.
The Thermal Baths in Budapest are a large bathing complex fed by two natural hot springs. These baths are hugely popular both for their touted medicinal value and their pure enjoyment factor.