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Its an interesting historical site, but not much different from the one above in Alhambra. If you are going to Alhambra anyway, save your money and visit the one included in your Alhambra ticket. If you missed Alhambra, than its worth to pay the entry...More
When we arrived the door was blocked with people and I thought let’s just go. We stayed and I was so glad the guide who spoke to us was simply wonderful. She was gracious about the fact we did not speak Spanish - her English...More
Compared to the Alhambra this is of course not the most impressive thing to see in Granada, yet it is worth a visit especially as it is free! Since it isn't a big palace but a rather small house there is no need to pay...More
My family and I loved our brief visit to this beautifully preserved hammam. An added treat was the panoramic viewing screens that you could hold up and move around, showing us what the bath house might have looked at in its heyday. Very interesting and...More
Like most Moorish cities, Granada would have had plenty of public baths. This is said to be the only one to have survived – not as a functioning bathhouse, but as a relic. That said, it's worth spending a moment contemplating how people were once...More
Nice to see. Great 3D reproduction in iPad in last room. Awesome old city gate outside too on the opposite side of the road. The baths are very well preserved. I saw them in Ronda too. Very similar. Great to see.