Long Street Baths

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Corner Long and Orange streets
Cape Town
Western Cape 
South Africa
021 400 3302

This old-fashioned bathhouse is just the ticket during Cape Town's sweltering summersand offers a welcome retreat for city souls. Beyond the Art Nouveau facade and old-school turnstiles lie authentic Turkish baths, where you can steam or sauna away muscle aches, as well as a healed 25-metre pool where everyone from teens to retirees can be seen perfecting their strokes from 7am in the morning. Note that during school holidays it can get very busy.

Hours: Pool 7.00am-7.00pm daily. Turkish bath Ladies 9.00am-6.00pm Mon, Thur, Sat; 9.00am-1.00pm Tue. Gents 1.00-7.00pm Tue; 8.00am-7.00pm Wed, Fri; 8.00am-noon Sun.

Admission: Turkish baths R40 per hour adults; R80 for 4 hours. Pool RI2 adults; R7 children; free pensioners.

No-Credit Cards are accepted.

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