Get to know Rome's best preserved ancient spa. Profit from Skip the Line entrance and dip into history with the help of an audio guide.
Rating by Huberlich on 21. June 2018
Visit the best bath in ancient Rome, constructed under the Emperor Caracalla and finished in 216 A.D
Learn the complete history with an audio guide
See where Romans once bathed, played sports, hung out with their friends and more!
If you were chilling in Rome with your friends in 216 A.D, you might have hung out at the Thermae of Caracalla, which was the place to see and be seen. Explore all 25 hectares of Rome's best preserved ancient spa with your audio guide and see where Romans once bathed, played sports and socialized.
People would bathe, play sports, study and relax here at what was the finest bath in ancient Rome, constructed during the reign of Emperor Caracalla.
With an audio guide, you can explore all facets of what's now the best-preserved ancient bathing spot in the city. Imagine the colored marble, painted stuccos, mosaics, glass and statues that once made the Baths of Caracalla (Terme di Caracalla in Italian) look completely different.
Audio guides can be collected up to 90 minutes before the ticket office closes. In case of delay, the service won't be refunded. You'll receive your ticket instantly and can use it as mobile ticket.
The ticket office closes 1 hour before closing time.
Kids under 3 and EU disabled visitors and their carers receive free entrance.
Entrance is free on the first Sunday of each month.
• Entrance ticket
• Audio guide
Terme di Caracalla. Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 52, Rome.
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