Having a bath does not appeal to everyone but once you try out the Arab bath at the Aire de Sevilla in the Province of Sevilla in Andalusia, Spain, your mind could be changed forever. Sitting in the warm water of the Tepidarium at the Aire de Sevilla, the red warmth reflecting off the walls and the soft lights and candles flickering around the room, makes one feel totally at ease while visiting here.
There are three Arab baths in total at the Aire de Sevilla with the largest bath being the Tepidarium where the water is warm. In the backdrop, you can see another pool off to the left which is the Calidarium, an extremely hot bath and off to the right is the Frigidarium which is the cold bath. All of the baths and the certain temperatures of each water are what makes up the experience that you will partake in while in the Banos Arabes in the City of Sevilla in Andalusia, Spain.
The thermal baths at the Aire de Sevilla are great for the skin, spirit and relaxation and the decor of the 16th century palace rooms brings out a world from the past. After your three baths, enjoy a cold herbal tea before a massage, the last bit of pleasure before walking out the doors.
The Aire de Sevilla is the perfect place to relax after spending the day touring throughout Andalusia. The entire experience takes about ninety minutes, but try and book in advance as many visitors to the Santa Cruz District in the City of Sevilla will come here at least once.
Couple in one of the three baths at Aire de Sevilla, Banos Arabes (Arab Baths), Santa Cruz District, City of Sevilla (Seville), Province of Sevilla, Andalusia (Andalucia), Spain, Europe.
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III, aperture of f/11.0, exposure time of 15/1 sec. on ISO 100, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 16mm.
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