Roman Baths

Varna, Bulgaria
4.6 / 5
Antique baths were built in the II century and were used until the end of the III century. An impressive bath complex the size of a football field is located in the center of Varna among residential buildings. It is believed that these were the largest baths on the Balkan Peninsula and the fourth largest in the entire Roman Empire. Today, even by the surviving ruins, one can judge the scale of this ancient structure.
Roman Baths
Address:улица „Сан Стефано“, Варна
Phone:+359 52 600 059
Hours:monday: Closed tuesday: 10:00–19:00 wednesday: 10:00–19:00 thursday: 10:00–19:00 friday: 10:00–17:00 saturday: 10:00–17:00 sunday: Closed


Unfortunately didn't get to go inside! But i'm not shocked to see something like this in Bulgaria. Beautiful remnants of architecture as far as could be told.


Definitely worth a visit. Historical site that has been well preserved without being over commercialised.


Unable to enter when we accidentally passed by this area as it’s closed. Not sure why but it was Sunday when we visited. From the view of this place, I’m pretty sure it’s fascinating with information guide along or going in to have actual feeling. De.. Read more »


A superb location. It's worth a visit. Well-preserved. Full of history. Are the largest Roman public baths discovered so far in Bulgaria (an area of 7,000 m2), built in the II-III centuries. The walls of the theres were preserved up to a height of 18.. Read more »


A great site to visit, quite a spacious one. Would really help if the visitors got some sort of a booklet/description leaflet to be able to understand more about the site, as the plaques placed on the site don't have any info except a map of the plac.. Read more »


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