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Banos Arabes de la Marzuela

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A fascinating little place which has been restored very well. Lots of info as you walk around in... read more

Reviewed 2 September 2017
Tina W
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London, United Kingdom
Very interesting but no disabled access - concrete stairs only

Very interesting and lovely place to visit but not if you have someone who can't manage the... read more

Reviewed 5 September 2016
Gorgeous49
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Cullar, Spain
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2 Sep 2017
“Worth a visit”
5 Sep 2016
“Very interesting but no disabled access - concrete stairs only”
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Suggested duration: < 1 hour
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Calle Acequita 1, 18800 Baza, Spain
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+34 958 86 13 25
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Reviewed 2 September 2017

A fascinating little place which has been restored very well. Lots of info as you walk around in English which was very helpful. Tucked around a corner, it's a little difficult to find, but glad we made the effort.

1  Thank Tina W
Reviewed 5 September 2016

Very interesting and lovely place to visit but not if you have someone who can't manage the concrete steps from the entrance. Free access. Not open Mon and Tues.

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Reviewed 19 January 2016

Like most parts of rural Spain, the Arabic Baths of Baza are open at weird hours, but as a plus entry is free. The baths themselves are below the current street level, so you enter at roof level (the baths are in an enclosed, covered...More

1  Thank MariposaFirefly25
Reviewed 23 July 2014

This is well worth a visit. The entrance is free and it's opened from 11.00 am. The information within is in English which is a bonus.

2  Thank meb91
Reviewed 23 October 2013

The Arabic Baths in Baza are completely hidden from the street - the museum building looks like a concrete bunker in the middle of a quiet back street yet inside the baths have been partially restored to give a unique insight into a time when...More

6  Thank Nick H
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