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Walked here from the Colosseum, using my Roma Pass for my second free admission. The grounds are beautiful and from just from the signs you can get a good feel of what these huge baths were like. I just wish they had a few more...More
The virtual reality headset really made the difference to visiting here because you really get an idea what it looked like. And unlike photos you can turn your head around and so view it almost as if you were in it - otherwise it's mostly...More
I was in Rome for one week. This site is comparable to Palitine Hill. The buildings are giant except there is actual tiling and some other art work in tact. It's set on beautiful grounds. It's a short walk from Circus Maximus or you take...More
We visited here as we had heard the ruins were well worth looking at- they were! It was incredible how much still remains intact and there were the mosaics as well. The best part of this is there's only a few tens of visitors rather...More
I negotiated metro and bus from central Rome to visit the baths on quite a hot day. As with much of Rome, in hot weather you need sunscreen and water with you while you explore. The sheer size of the structures is impressive and give...More
The baths themselves make for impressive ruins though like with most others, the best parts have long since been removed.
However after the introductory information on the way in, there is minimal signage to explain what you see. More frustrating yet is that there are...More
We had the pleasure of a guided evening tour. You need to book in advance and it is not done every day. Our visit was in Italian but the quality of the guides was impressive. So I presume this stands also for the English tour....More
While close to the Palatine Hill and Colosseum, these lovely ancient public baths are not as overrun with tourists. The ruins of these impressive baths are set in lovely park-like grounds and the virtual reality tour is quite fun. Definitely worth visiting and imagining what...More
I found out about this place by accident but I'm glad I went to see it. At only €5 to enter, it is a very cheap attraction to go and see. I spent a little over an hour at this place, awe struck by the...More
Response from unclelouie | Reviewed this property |
Singlets and shorts are OK. Not in a church, however. If you are there in late spring, summer, or early fall it will be warm so shorts are fine. If during a colder time of the year you will find it colder than you are used... More
Singlets and shorts are OK. Not in a church, however. If you are there in late spring, summer, or early fall it will be warm so shorts are fine. If during a colder time of the year you will find it colder than you are used to having. Rome and much of Italy can be very hot during summer.
Also please realize that many Europeans do not wear shorts unless they are doing sport or are at the beach. You might get some funny looks from older Italians.
In addition, these baths are the best site to visit if you want to get an idea of what the ancient Roman baths were like. One other bath site near the central train station has been converted into a museum in one part and a church in another part. it no longer looks like an ancient bath at all.