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Termas Romanas de Campo Valdes, Gijon

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  • The entry cost €2.5 and is seen in 30 minutes. I think that it is worth entering to visit if you are in the area. It is a curious thing!.
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  • It is a small plot under a plaza where the remains of Roman baths are exposed. Not found me interesting, they give you an explanatory brochure, but they are not well exposed, or illuminated, also interactive videos do not work except for two. Not advise against it, simply seems uninteresting
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  • After purchasing the Gijón Card was my first free visit to the main monuments of the city. I was guided by the recommendations of TripAdvisor, but the truth is that I was a little disappointed. Just enter offer an audiovisual presentation where they explain you curious things but that fighters on the fly as they are replacing it and when you get you hooked by where it goes. If you want to see it whole should wait to begin again. Travel is very short remains of baths and explanatory posters. In 4 of the main points there are monitors that illuminate you the area and explain what you're seeing, but 2 of them do not work. A pity.
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  • Since 1995 in Gijón you can visit the Campo Valdés Roman baths, discovered in the restoration works of the Church of San Pedro, which is located just above. These small Springs, fairly well preserved, allow us to know how they were the Roman baths, its influence on everyday life and how managed to keep the hot water. Apart from the hot springs, there are several explanatory panels with objects of the excavation, an introductory video and information panels along the way. A highly recommended visit for anyone who likes to see the Roman past and engineering who had.
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  • The Museum was opened in 1995, being conceived as a museum. The visit is divided into two parts. a first introduces us to the vision of the baths in the Roman world; performance, history, using projections and models. Then you visit via a gateway which you can see the ranches and archaeological remains found.
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  • It is a real wonder to see these remains of Roman baths. Lighting of the premises it gives an air of mystery even more than they already have of if. Visit recommended.
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  • It is worth.
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  • Interesting visit, also in one of the neighborhoods with more tradition in Gijón. Of the few Roman remains can be visited of Asturias. Small but recommended.
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