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Banos del Almirante, Valencia

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Spas & Wellness, Tourist Spots
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3.6/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web
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  • Some opinante says that it is not suitable for people with reduced mobility, which is very small, its price is excessive, have no toilets, that is can not gather crowds, since its capacity is limited and for safety if it fills its capacity has wait on the street. Few are those who speak of these small Arab baths to show you her admirable simplicity, the ancient and simple way to function. in some bathrooms of ago 700 years. In the basement, their ovens, that based firewood arrived to them 800 degrees, that by means of n housing of pipes is distributed to the room cold, to the room warm and to the room hot, with their containers of wood for give is the water to the temperature that played. With a lobby. Everything is like in original condition, showing in addition two small units which were in the room with the material needed to operate and medieval latrines. All with light natural coming of them ceilings with openings in form of Star, a charm and a shows from the technical to the respect. If it is small, don't worry, that it will end before the more complete visit. You is visiting a small bathroom Arabic, for something large, have the mosque blue or the Cathedral of Santiago.Si it small not you going, not go to see Covadonga. If the price of 2 euros appears to be over, see him on Sunday which is free. There's services, but as the visit is very short the topic my be well bears. Effectively in the field of disabled people we have come a long way from 1233 to our days.
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  • It is in an alley in the Centre of Valencia and open from 11 to 2 pm, is seen in five minutes, and costs two euros except Sundays which is free. It is so tiny that they do not have toilets. You have to climb stairs (not many) so it is not suitable for people with mobility problems
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  • Info, Built in the 14th century according to the characteristics of a true Islamic hammam, over time have undergone various transformations, until they were discovered in 1986, to show the destination and the original function. Cost € 1 per person personal observation, given the cost and time of the visit in my opinion if you're passing is well worth the visit.
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