Interact with these photos to see how beautiful old spas are transformed into clubs with animated visuals in Budapest.

Here at Digital Arts, we're big fans of club nights that offer something visually very different indeed – whether that's due to the theme (such as the bonkers fancy-dress carnivale of Rumpus) or a location you'd not expect to be dancing in. So when the organisers of a club based across two 19th century bathhouses got in touch, our interest was piqued. OK it's in Budapest, so slightly harder to get to than our usual London haunts – but with Hungary's capital being a popular destination for Brits (and coincidentally, I'm going there this weekend), it's worth bringing to your attention.

The Neo-baroque architecture isn't the only appeal of the SPArty, you're also partying outside in water warmed by the city's natural thermal springs – so you can even be outside in the middle of winter.

The club nights also see the buildings lit using visuals from a changing array of VJs. To show off the transformation, the organisers have commissioned these swipeable photos of the Szechenyi Bath where the SPArty nights take place in spring and summer, which show you the location from the same angle at day and night.

For more info on SPArty, visit spartybooking.com.