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For only 2 euros, you're handed a self guided pamphlet and entry to the Arab Bath of Girona.
I found this very interesting to walk through - something you don't see often while touring old cities. A bonus if you're a Game of Thrones fan....More
Between the cathedral and the basilica near the walls so easy to combine with other historical visits. Entrance fee only 2 euros so although only 4 rooms worth the money as you can see how it all worked.
With only 2 euro enrance ticket per person. This stunning Arabic bath is not to be missed when visiting Girona. It was built in the twelfth century and served as public baths following construction parameters of North African Muslims but with Romanesque elements.
The Arab baths represent an earlier part of history in Girona. They are very well maintained and provide an insight into early life in the city. The entry fees of 2 to 4 euros are well worth the self guided tour through 4 chambers. Good...More
Clustered close together in the old town of Girona are many interesting sites, including these Arab baths. It was fascinating to see how the bathes were designed and organized to cleanse travelers arriving at the town. Each of the four rooms had a different function....More
Well preserved, a lot of history. You can visit for €2/person. It's easy to miss it even if all tourists pass by on their way to more famous landmarks. We had a tour guide that told us about the history about the Arabic baths.
A nice little attraction with plenty to see and some interesting ancient plumbing hot water features. It's in the tourist area and you will probably walk right past it so it's worth the 15 minute detour. Good to get some shade as well.
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.