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This was a last minute thing we did when we ran out of things to do. It was a really nice day out. Its quite a big site to walk around, maybe allow a couple of hours. It wasn't busy like the Vatican or the...More
These baths were once a wonder of the Roman empire and in many ways still are, the shear size of whats left behind is impressive and gives a really good feel of what the baths would have been like especially when you see the pool...More
We had already been to all of the major sites and decided to visit the baths. The location is easy to get to. The price is a little high (8E) but we really enjoyed it. They have plenty of long descriptions around the site in...More
The termal baths of Caracalla, were ordered to be built by Emperor Caracalla but he never saw them finished, the sheer size of the site is impressive, there were pools and also hot water sites, and simply the site gives the dimension and how the...More
We missed the Baths of Caracalla on our first trip in July (18) so decided to check the ruins out in January when we were there. The remnants of the second largest public baths in Rome are massive. They are quite an impressive display and...More
We did a lot of tours while in Rome since we didn't know Italian and we figured we'd spend a little bit more to fully appreciate what we were looking at. This is one of those places I wish I had had a tour guide...More
I've been to Rome three times and this is the first time I took time to see these ruins.
I'm sorry I waited so long!
The size alone will give a very good idea of just how wealthy and powerful the ancient Romans were. It...More
What a wonderful place to visit. The majesty of the structure is incredible. Easy access and worth the visit out of town by bus (#628). Grounds are beautifully kept and you can easily get a feel for the place.
Wonderful site. You really need to pay it a visit if you are in Rome.
Some people disregard this site but of all sites we visited this is one of we really enjoyed visiting.
We were there late in the morning so there were no...More
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We were there in September (very crowded month) and there was literally nobody waiting in line, so i don’t think it is necessary. Also, there are more options on the tickets (general access, vr glasses, audio guide) which... More
We were there in September (very crowded month) and there was literally nobody waiting in line, so i don’t think it is necessary. Also, there are more options on the tickets (general access, vr glasses, audio guide) which you can only purchase from the entrance so i would recommend to go straight there. I think that even tough it is a beautiful place, rich with history and everybody should definitely visit it, it is unfortunately not one of the mainstream locations, so therefore, not a lot of tourists, and no waiting in line! Hope this is helpful! :)