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Selcuk, Turkey
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Reviewed 13 August 2017

When to enter the city from the top road or from top to bottom, it was believed that people do take bath on those public baths. It is to enter clean and show respects to the Lords

Thank Abu_Firas_11
Reviewed 18 November 2016

Suppose to be a bath house before entering the city. Nice carvings on the stones being reset into place. The whole city seems to have some sort of reconstruction planned for the future. There are some areas covered so people can work in the off...More

Thank Murray D
Reviewed 7 August 2016

Not the most spectacular part of the city, but anywhere other than Ephesus this would be very good, it's just there is so much to see in the Ancient City.

Thank RobertFGCarter
Reviewed 20 July 2016

this is a cool looking ruins- located in the upper part of the city. not much remains. good signage giving description

Thank jlantern3
Reviewed 7 July 2016

when you arrive from upper gate of ephesus city,the first site is bathroom,historian people believe to which in the upper part of entrance was only a big gate which everybody who want inter to city,at first they should go to bathroom and then go to...More

Thank pghadamli
Reviewed 11 June 2016

The place where you were where you went to see and be seen. There were pools with three different temperatures of water. Most of what remains are the bricks outside, not a whole lot to see.

Thank William C
Reviewed 4 April 2016 via mobile

Compared to their contemporaries, Romans were meticulous about Hygeine. The bath house, with its pools of three temperatures were very popular. They were a meeting place to catch up with friends, talk about issues of the day, or make plans.

Thank Mike K
Reviewed 16 March 2016

Baths of Varius is belong to the Roman period. It is built of cut blocks of marble. It had three sections, cold water, warm water and hot water.

Thank nakhodazadeh
Reviewed 6 November 2015

Without a guide it would have been very difficult to understand what we were looking at as the baths are in such a state of ruin.

Thank seafare74
Reviewed 17 October 2015

Remains of a bath house in the city. This was part of a tour with NCL. They did a good job. Great value. Highly recommended.

Thank roandsteve
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