On this our first visit to Jaen we had been to the castle (excellent), the cathedral (stunning), and left the Banos Arabes until our final day. As an EU citizen we were given free access to all floors and easily spent a couple of hours meandering our way around. Highlights were: Banos Arabes; interiors of rural homes; photos of rural... 更多
This was our second visit; our first was in 2004. Between the Arab baths, the cultural museum and the cafe on the top floor with its panoramic view of the city, I give it 5 stars. I thought 15 years ago that it was one the best cultural/historic museums that I had ever visited and this second visit has not... 更多
Although itś the baños arabes that draw people here, there is actually much more to this place. The arab baths are fascinating, but the rest of this palace is really nice and the museum exhibits are very interesting. And all for free.
Well presented and interesting site of the Arabian baths, together with quirky folk-style museum and some art work, with a nice cafeteria with superb views. Best spot in Jaen!
The baths are fascinating and well worth a visit. The museum has many items on display relating to local life over the centuries. We spent a long time here. It also has a roof terrace with great views over the city.
Really impressive remains of Arab baths. Museum of Jaen is also part of the complex and is very informative. Needs a good couple of hours to look around
This free visit is well worth a stop if you are in the area. You walk over a glass floor with the original baths below, the tour follows at your own pace with a helpful map, and it is not too crowded being off the tourist trail. There are other exhibits in the centre, including horse drawn carriages, ceramics, and... 更多