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The town of Kyustendil (50 243 residents, 525 m.a.s.l.) is located in the farthest western suburbs of Bulgaria, only 27 km away  as the crow flies from the point where the three borders meet - Bulgarian-Macedonian, Bulgarian-Serbian and Serbian-Macedonian.

Situated in the southernmost part of the fertile valley of Kyustendil, along both banks of the small  Banshtitsa River, reaching the northern slopes of the bordered by Macedonia Osogovo Mountain, high above 2000 m.

Immediately to the east of the town runs the big Bulgarian Struma River.

The town of Kyustendil is situated 90 km southwest of Sofia, 70 km northwest of Blagoevgrad, 40 km west of Dupnitsa and 22 km northeast from the border with Macedonia - Gyueshevo.

It is a spa resort of national importance and a regional center.

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Alay Banya (The bath of the soldiers) is a public bath in the town of Kyustendil, built on the foundations of Late Medieval Turkish bath. It is located in the central part of Kyustendil, at 22 Khan Krum Street.

The original Turkish bath was partially destroyed after the Liberation, and was restored in 1912-1914 as a small two-storeyed building with a single compartment. In 1928 it was modernized and reconstructed in its present form. Today the bath includes a sauna, a swimming pool for relaxation, a massage room and others and it is a recreation centre.

Guest House SALMINA is located adjacent to Alay banya which gives our guests the chance to visit it often.

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