Caldes de Montbui is a spa town with a population of around 17,500 inhabitants located some 25 kilometres from Barcelona in the comarca of El Vallès Oriental. The town has some of the best conserved Roman baths on the Iberian peninsula making it a popular tourist centre.
The old town centre is around La Plaça de la Font del Lleó, where you'll find the Ajuntament and the Roman Baths, with the commercial and social centre being in and around La Plaça de l'Àngel, located between Carrer Major and Carrer Pi i Margall.
Although the town became well-known in the Roman period because of the baths, there are indications that the area has been settled since the Neolithic period some 3500 years BC.
The main reason for any tourist to visit Caldes de Montbui are the spas of which there are four: Broquetas in Plaça de la Font del Lleó, Vila de Caldes in Plaça de l'Àngel, Termes Victòria on Carrer de Barcelona and Banys Forns on Carrer Forn.
The first three also offer accommodation which you can find via the Search Box above or using the Hotels Map at the bottom of the page.
There are also a couple of museums, one of which not surprisingly is a spa museum, an interesting Romanesque bridge and hermitage and an old defence tower located in the valley of the riera de Caldes.
The Festa Major of Riells is on and around August 7th and is in honour of Sant Gaietà.
By Road: Caldes de Montbui is very well-communicated and can be reached by the two main roads, C-59 and C-1416.
By Public Transport: There is no RENFE station in Caldes de Montbui but there is a regular bus service to and from Fabra i Puig bus station in Barcelona.
If you understand some Catalan, you can find up to date news about Caldes de Montbui on the Ajuntament de Caldes de Montbui Website.
Use the map below to search for hotels in the Caldes de Montbui area.