We were lucky enough to see the baths in Pompeii two years ago and this - though just one bath- took us back to that. It was interesting to see this structure and learn about what it used to be like.
About Imperial Roman Baths (Kaiserthermen)
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The Imperial Baths are one of the "must see" attractions from Trier antiquity. Over 1600 years ago, the Romans built these grand and expansive baths, arguably the most impressive anywhere in the world.They are maintained in remarkably good condition, and the indoor museum at the...More
When we visited, there was a lot of work and archaeology being done. While this meant there were scaffolding and barriers up around some of it, we understand that these things are necessary for the safe up keep of the site and for making new...More
Sadly I have to give a poor rating at this moment in time, as it's closed to the public, due to a major face lift to the place. I really wanted to see it as well. Could only take pictures from the outside of the...More
The Roman baths are part of the sites included in the Unesco World Heritage List in Trier and as such we were expecting a much better presentation than what we saw . As such the site could be very interesting but the construction going on...More
It's funny to be exploring the ruin of a building that was never completed. There is some info about the building and the history but it's not well laid out or presented. The best thing is exploring the network of tunnels that remain.
Old Roman Bathhouses with tours available. The best way to enjoy this site is to sit on the grassy area as a picnic on a warm sunny day. Lay down those blankets, Pop the Rosé, blast the Bluetooth Speaker, and enjoy a rare moment with...More
Although not so much is left especially above ground it is well worth a visit as it is a huge complex and gives an idea of what it was like in Roman times 2,000 years ago. There is a large interconnected series of sub-terranean tunnels...More