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Museo Nazionale Romano - Terme di Diocleziano

Viale Enrico de Nicola, 79, 00185 Rome, Italy
+39 06 3996 7700
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Viale Enrico de Nicola, 79, 00185 Rome, Italy
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Reviewed yesterday

As a European, the awarding of a Europa Nostra Prize for outstanding transformation of an important site of cultural heritage is something you see often. Seldom has the prize been so deserved as with the Therme di Diocleziano, which you will find a stone throw...More

Thank JorgenHelstrup
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This museum was a nice place to take a leisurely look at a LARGE amount of Roman sculptures and other pieces. It is never crowded so you don't feel like you are hurried at all. It's A LOT bigger than it looks from the outside...More

Thank Chris O
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This should be one of the 'must sees' in Rome but most people have never heard of it. It is the biggest Roman bath complex in Rome and is just plain amazing. It is only a 5 minute walk from the termini and even if...More

2  Thank Maehb
Reviewed October 29, 2017

This is included with the ticket for the National Museum Palazzo Massimo (which is excellent as well as the Palazzo Altemps also included). I went to this "terme" because it was included with the ticket I paid for (a real buy at 2.50 euro with...More

1  Thank flaneur40
Reviewed October 21, 2017

This must have been an amazing complex in ancient Rome. What is left is still impressive even though parts of the remaining structure has been transformed into a branch of the National Roman Museum and the church of Santa Maria degli Angeli. The church itself...More

Thank Della G
Reviewed October 17, 2017

At first I wondered what all the items housed at the Terme di Diocleziano had to do with the ancient Roman baths; half way round I realised - very little. The building is both a landmark/archaeological site by itself and a museum housing other objects...More

Thank littleroo2017
Reviewed October 15, 2017 via mobile

It is a lot of repetitions on the items displayed. However, you could see the curator tried hard and are proud; that is wonderful. Staff here is very rude, unfortunately. The ticket person refused to let me charge on credit while she allowed the 1...More

Thank pollyanywhere
Reviewed October 3, 2017

Terme di Diocleziano is an interesting site. They are the equivalent of today's Public Swimming pools, or almost. They were probably much better, in fact! They had hot as well as cold water pools, plus slaves to take care of bathers' bodies. These Baths were...More

Thank Dimitris L
Reviewed September 28, 2017

Right across the street from the piazza in front of Roma Termini Train Station, this museum and archaeological site makes for a terrific outing any day of the week. It is quite a large site, which means that visitors should dedicate at least two to...More

Thank Andy B
Reviewed September 24, 2017

Your ticket for this gets you into the Museo Palazzo Massimo and Palazzo Altemps. For 7€ it is an excellent bargain. Such an interesting museum and very well laid out in parts. There are vending machines for drinks and snacks and good Loo's.

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Old school vibe from the very beginning is the only
way to describe the Esquilino neighborhood. The
Esquilino takes pride in being one of the oldest areas
in Rome for its key location on one of the city’s
famous seven hills. From an ancient neighborhood to
its modern incarnation as a multicultural hub,
Esquilino always has something going on—polyglot
vendors debate street artists while kids play pick-up
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