Baths of Caracalla

Rome, Italy
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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


Gigantic Roman baths, just in the heart of Rome. Full of history. When you walk through the baths you that your are going backing in time. Almost 2,000 years of history just in front of you. Nearby area it is full of woods and green. In a walking dis.. 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, you cannot hear a lot of traffic. The price to get in was also reasonable. This place, was also e.. Read more »


Very cool place to visit while in Rome. Not *very* much people visiting, so you will feel that you have a bit of space. Pay attention to the opening hours. Recommended.


Enormous in the daylight, and haunting in the night hour. What a sight they are to take in, with scale and grandeur even in their ruins. What an even more memorizing sight they would have been in the times of the Emperor.


The ruins here are definitely more „epic“ than the ones on palatine hill. Get the the virtual reality tour if possible, definitely makes the experience much more enjoyable. Worth a visit.


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