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Bit of a walk from the centre but worth it, place is so quiet and relaxing, away from the crowds. The ruins are colossal, must have been amazing when it was all in one piece and functioning. I think it's bit pricey to pay for...More
The Termas de Caracalla recently open to the public the underground, this is a complete experience you will feel the charm of the place, the tour guide will explain all the life on this place in the past in such amazing ways. Really recommended this...More
So I read some naysayers but, I did not listen. Terme di Caracalla was amazing and I am glad I went! I got the virtual reality goggles. The narrative was terrific and the views of what it looked like then took my breath away. Especially...More
This was a disappointment, as although the baths were very large, resulting in large ruins, there is very little information to help you understand what you are looking at. Also, it's a little removed from the main Rome sights. Probably not worth a trip unless...More
I am surprised of the high rate of reviews here. DO NOT BUY VR AND AUDIOGUIDE TOGETHER, buy one or the other.
Regular ticket + these two has cost me 23 Euros. It’s a lot for a small site. And the 2 are repetitive....More
The site is massive and hugely impressive. It is only a short walk from the circus Maximus as well so it is easy to get to. A few mosaic remain in place making this site even more amazing. Beware it is quite expensive though €11...More
We went here on a very hot time. Good thing is that there are lots of shades due to trees and huge walls of the ancient bath. The Building is amazing on its own but it was a much better experience with a 4D goggles...More
We saw Verdi's La Traviata on a Saturday night in July 2019 - with the Caracalla as a backdrop - awesome!! A definite highlight of our trip - such a great production and venue. We did go back a couple of days later to tour...More
This is a big site and you'll do a lot of walking. I think afterwards you'll likely be tired and just want to be fed and watered. As for being more interesting than the Coliseum. If you've never been to the Coliseum then no... More
This is a big site and you'll do a lot of walking. I think afterwards you'll likely be tired and just want to be fed and watered. As for being more interesting than the Coliseum. If you've never been to the Coliseum then no. But, if you have and you are a bit of an architecture geek then I'd say yes.
BTW buy your skip the queue tickets on line from the official site. They cost next to nothing two euro, they not really trying to make money of out they just trying to manage the crowd better. Don't buy a tour just to skip the queue. I booked my slot from Australia and the website went down so I just phoned them and the lady emailed me the ticket. Worked perfectly and it was like the best 2 euro I spent! I loved saying no to all the touts and just walking up to entry. :)