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Arab Baths

Carrer Ferran el Catolic, s/n, 17004 Girona, Spain
+34 972 19 07 97
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Carrer Ferran el Catolic, s/n, 17004 Girona, Spain
+34 972 19 07 97
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Visited mid afternoon when free. Small and can easily see everything with 20 minutes. Interesting and great views from top floor. But not suitable for infirm or those who don't like spiral open metal stairs! Combine with visits to Jewish quarter and Cathedral. Cool on...More

Thank Freddie0405
Reviewed 1 week ago

The baths, in the Roman style, are almost complete and you are taken through as a 12th century citizen would have done. Entrance is an amazing €2/€1 but there is absolutely no disabled access as part of the route involves tight spiral staircases.

Thank DRW44
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Moors occupied spain for 600 years. The Arab baths in Girona are in the historic district which is relatively small. Nice architecture, well preserved. Baths follow Roman design with the hot, tepid and cold rooms. Very short time required to visit (about 10-20 minutes total)...More

Thank NYCgirl5
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

At the foot of the Cathedral of Girona, a small dome peeks out above a stone building. It is the lantern of the city’s Arabic Baths (Banys Àrabs Girona). Built in the Romanesque style, the building was constructed in 1194 by order of King Alfonso...More

1  Thank burr6013
Reviewed 29 August 2017

Interesting site of ancient public baths, well restored. It doesn't take long to tour the museum and is worth the small admission price, especially on a hot day!

Thank ojerio
Reviewed 5 August 2017 via mobile

We went here just to see what it was 2 Euros each and we went in. It was cool out of the sun and the guide given to us told us about the different rooms and what they would have been like. It will take...More

Thank Ally P
Reviewed 2 August 2017 via mobile

Only 2€ per adult to see 900 year old public baths complex is great value. Not actually Arab but built in 12th century with Roman inspiration. There are pillars, a pool, remains of a hypercaust and lots of history here (apparently the Convent next door...More

Thank inoble
Reviewed 8 July 2017

Extremely unpleasant attendant. Very little interpretive material, poorly maintained exhibit, dangerously inaccessible to people with limited mobility (and nowhere is this indicated in advance.) Not worth the time or money.

Thank Rebrites
Reviewed 4 July 2017 via mobile

Save your money and do not spend your euros. The baths are a self guided tour of disappointment. Takes about 15 minutes to walk through.

Thank VanillaAce
Reviewed 21 June 2017

Not expensive at 2 euros and worth a visit just to see the locker room with it's small octagonal pool surrounded by round columns. The rest is ok and you need to use your imagination a little. Not original built by the Arabs and has...More

Thank auntieshaz21
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Robby G C
17 November 2015|
Response from Gastro_mordiscos |
Hello, The visit can takes you about 10 minutes and there's no guide visits. The entrance cost 2€ and it's a free visit. I recomend you to do another activity after or before that like visit the City Walls for example.
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Greg M
23 September 2015|
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Dear Greg, You cannot swim at these baths. This is an archaeological monument and it's only for visiting and get information about it use in the past ages. I hope it will be useful for you to know!
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