If you don´t know what to do in Madrid, the Medina Mayrit Arab baths are an unforgettable option. Medina Mayrit means City of Madrid and this denomination was used between the 8th and 12th Century. The Arab Baths in Madrid represent the union of 3 cultures: the Muslim, the Christian and the Jewish culture.

They use gastronomy, music, aromas, and decoration to satisfy all your senses. It is also a cultural space to relax in Madrid, thanks to art, photography, dance and architecture.

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Arabic baths Medina Merith in Madrid . Foto de _nur en flickr

If you are looking for massages in Madrid, the Medina Mayrit Arab Baths offer different packs: bath and traditional massage, bath and relaxing massage, bath and Al Ándalus ritual (combine traditional massage with a double relaxation massage for a deeper effect)…

There is 7 different rooms in the Arab Baths in Madrid: the mild one with a temperature of 36º to start the ritual, the hot one with a temperature of 40º, the Turkish bath with a temperate of 60º (which is the ideal place to dilate the pores and toxins), the massage room that is prepared to receive the different massages, the cold one (16 º) to cool yourself down, the exfoliation one where you can have a corporal treatment to remove dead skins and finally the rest one where you can relax yourself as the same time you enjoy a cup of tea and you listen to music.

Besides, the Medina Mayrit Arab baths provide a catering service where you can enjoy the traditional oriental dance while you dine.

The Medina Mayrit Arab Baths in Madrid is situated at the 14, Atocha Street in the heart of the city where you can also find holiday apartments in Madrid for days. In order to book a pack for the Arab baths in Madrid, you have two options: you can book it online or by phone 2 days before the day you want to go. To access the Arabic Baths of Madrid you can take the metro (Tirso de Molina metro station – Line 1), the train (Puerta del Sol rail station) or the bus (Plaza Benavente, line 65).

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