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Baths of Caracalla

Rome, Italy
4.5 / 12
The remains of ancient Roman baths near the Appian Way. The term visit culture was well developed in the Roman Empire. People came here to talk, find out the latest news or conduct business negotiations. The Baths of Caracalla were erected in the 3rd century A.D. under the emperor Septimius Bassian Caracalla. Already in the 5th century A.D. this architectural complex was considered a real wonder of the world. In addition to baths and pools, there was a library.
Baths of Caracalla
Address:Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, Roma
Phone:+39 06 3996 7700
Hours:monday: 09:00–18:15 tuesday: 09:00–18:15 wednesday: 09:00–18:15 thursday: 09:00–18:15 friday: 09:00–18:15 saturday: 09:00–18:15 sunday: Closed

A Google User

There are no words to express how magnificent this place is. Visited 2 years ago and would like to come back. The place is so serene - it livens up wi.. Read more »

Fabian Bücheler

Less information and we felt a little bit lost. It' such a historical and technical unique place but you should Informationen yourself. I hope they wi.. Read more »

Puente Corto

I witnessed the magnificent structure built almost 2000 years ago. Yet, Why so few people are here? It makes me really wonder.

Kaley Parchoc

WOW!! I had no idea these places existed thousands of years ago. Giant recreation centers with pools and hot tubs, saunas, live music. This place is .. Read more »

Janos Kosa

This. is. massive. Would love to see it in it's original state.

Amanda Percival

Been coming to Rome for years and have never visited!! It's about a 10 min walk from the Coliseum and well worth the price is if you have time. These .. Read more »

Nele Van den Broeck

A beautiful and gigantic site to visit. You will need some fantasy to create a view of how it once was. There isn't a lot of info around the site, so .. Read more »

Peter Flanagan

Quiet spot, worth seeing on your way to Via Appia

Alice A.

Amazing roman ruins, I highly recommend it, beautiful if you are into old roman times

Cynthia Vancil

This place could hold up to 6000 people at one time! Though its been sacked by various noble/papal families over the centuries. A shame! Would have li.. Read more »

Senna Sp

Beautiful from the outside. But once you are in the ruins there's not much to see.

Mohammed Ikram

Awe inspiring ruins of 3rd century public baths that were in continuous use upto sixth century AD. Nice walk amongst the ruins. Now a world heritage .. Read more »


This place was stunning. The scenery alone makes this place a nice afternoon walk. The ruins were awe inspiring. Being in the middle of the city, yo.. Read more »

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