Clubbing in the bath, Hungary

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Has late-night partying ever landed you in hot water? Well this unique dance-music event in Budapest’s grand old thermal baths guarantees to do just that.

Bringing new meaning to the term pool party, Cinetrip club nights see a hoard of Hungarian revellers decked out in their finest bikinis and trunks wade waist deep into the steaming hot mineral water, and dance to thumping club anthems.

The monthly venue is the Ottoman-era Rudas Bathhouse, which is suffused with swirling spotlights, projected images and belly dancers writhing under the colonnades.

The Cinetrip experience is typical Budapest, but its organisers have taken the idea on tour, and even New York’s QT Hotel now hosts a comparable pool party.

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