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Aire de Barcelona

Aire de Barcelona

Famous Arab baths, Moroccan hammam

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If you have free day to pamper yourself in a spa this is one of the best decisions.

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Arab baths, Moroccan hammam Editors' Note

Aire de Barcelona offers a unique spa experience in El Born. The building housing the baths was once a warehouse, but the genius of Catalan architects Luis Alonso and Sergi Balaguer converted the empty spaces into the splendid Moroccan-themed hammam you see today.

The soothing baths, jacuzzis, and saunas, together with spa treatments and other careful customer-care details, make Aire de Barcelona a must for those of you who want to experience an authentic hammam feeling.

Aire de Barcelona
Passeig de Picasso, 22,, 08003 Barcelona
El Born, Barceloneta, Eixample
+34 932 955 743