You’ve seen the sights from a Big Bus tour and indulged on all the delicious delicacies the city has to offer. The only thing left to do is relax and unwind at one of the top spas in the city.

From traditional Turkish hammams in Istanbul to new-age relaxation facilities in Abu Dhabi, we’ve put together a list of some of the best spas in the world where you can kick back and relax…

Széchenyi Thermal Bath, Budapest

With over 21 indoor and outdoor pools, Széchenyi is the largest bath complex in Europe. Built in 1913 to meet the demands of the time, the baths have been carefully modified and expanded to produce the tranquil site it is today.

Those looking to relax can do so in steam chambers, saunas, a leisure pool, whirlpool and Jacuzzi, or simply on the sundecks. And those who want a full pampering session can take advantage of the services at the Health & Wellness centre.

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Red Route, Stop: Heroes’ Square

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Lush Spa, Singapore

Located away from the hustle and bustle of the city, Lush Spa is ideal for anyone who appreciates tranquil spa retreats in a unique and idyllic location. Located on the grounds of Singapore’s Polo Club, guests can take advantage of 6 private therapy rooms complete with a personal en-suite shower.

Choose from tailor-made packages, signature massages and facials or opt for some much needed me-time, a 2-hour treatment that will leave you walking on cloud nine. Once you’re happy and zen, clients are free to explore the rest of the club.

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Yellow Route, Stop: Botanic Gardens

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Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Spa, Abu Dhabi

Feast your eyes on this urban waterfront retreat. Not a culture to do things by halves, the Eastern Mangroves spa brings together traditional rituals and pioneering treatments for a world-class experience.

With 15 treatment rooms, couple’s suites with soaking baths, areas for Thai massage and same-sex relaxation lounges, there’s something for everyone here. We recommend choosing the signature spa treatment and making some time to admire the amazing view of Abu Dhabi’s skyscrapers from the hotel.

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Red Route, Stop: Eastern Mangroves

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Ayasofya Hurrem Sultan Hamam, Istanbul

Hurrem Sultan Hamam is a Turkish bath house that dates back to the 16th century. Guests can benefit from a range of bath packages, rituals and massage therapies designed get rid of tension in the body and help you truly unwind.

For those unfamiliar with a traditional Turkish hammam, the process is all about cleansing and relaxation. It usually starts in a hot room filled with dry air to strip the body of toxins, then a wash in cold water followed by a cleansing treatment and massage before cooling off in a relaxation room.

Red & Blue Route, Stop: Sultanahmet Square

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Trilussa Palace Hotel Congress & Spa, Rome

If you’re looking for a spa in Rome, we suggest heading straight to Trilussa, the only haven of relaxation that offers double the luxury with its beauty massage center, wellness facilities and state-of-the-art gym. Guests can customise their treatments to target the areas they want to focus on or let the specialised personnel work their magic.

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Trilussa can also be classed as two spas in one. On one side you have Domus, a spa and wellness area inspired by the rituals of ancient Rome, with sensorial showers, a sauna, steam room and jacuzzi pool. While on the other, there’s Moon, a sensorial spa featuring new technologies that create an impressive atmosphere.

Red & Purple Route, Stop: Circo Massimo

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Choose any of our suggested spas and begin your journey to inner peace in one of the best places around the world. And if you’re after another kind of therapy, be sure to check out our guide to the Best Cities for Shopping.