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I took a half day tour from Madrid to Toledo and as I was walking around I stumbled in this place. It was not on my list as it is not a common tourist place, not to mention that it's very hard to find with...More
Roman historian Livy was the first one to wrote about city of Toletum in 16 AD, but archaeologists found evidence tha Romans conquered already existing city, possesed by Iberian tribe of Carpetani, in early second century BC. In first century AD, under Emperor Augustus, city...More
This is not a well set up area of "things to see." There are several streets/alleys that encompass these baths and wells dating back to at least 1200 AD. Many different spots are under restoration; some have signage; at least one set of baths are...More
This is a small archaeological museum containing the remains of Roman baths.
As is often the case with such ruins, it can be difficult to interpret exactly what it is one is seeing. If you’re passing by, by all means drop in, but it’s not...More
These underground Roman remains give an idea of how a bath house would have been used in that period. The remains mainly consist of the fuel burning areas so almost nothing decorative aside from a little wall painting but the remains are more extensive that...More
This is a free exhibition and is of limited appeal to most people. I found it dull and lacking any real information or visual representation of the Baths layout. A little confusing but it does have a rebuil furnace that would have fuelled the hypercourse.