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Sanduny Baths information
Sanduny is the oldest and most luxurious banya in the city. The Gothic Room is a work of art with its rich wood carving, while the main shower room has an aristocratic Roman feel to it. There are several classes, as on trains, though regulars say that, here, second male class is actually better than the premium class.
No matter which class you choose, it will be a costly experience, especially if you rent the essential items – a sheet to wrap yourself into (R170), a felt hat to avoid burning your hair (R410) and a pair of slippers.