Terme di Nerone
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Gabika
Bratislava, Slovakia17 contributions
Sep 2022
Interesting place, but just after reading something about it in advance or at the spot, coz there´s not any info about it. it is worth visiting. Historical site, 10 min tops.
Written October 11, 2022
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Ogi0
Sofia, Bulgaria19,538 contributions
Aug 2021
There is not much left to see from the Roman baths and if you do not have a way here it is not worth going here. There is a nice explanatory sign, however.
Written August 20, 2021
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Anna
Budapest, Hungary32 contributions
Jul 2019
we passed this landmark on the wayto our hotel: theres an information board in italian/german that tells you about the history. decent size ruin but not in a good state, aka nothing to write home about (or if you like rocks maybe it is?)
Written July 7, 2019
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Peter B
20 contributions
May 2019 • Couples
It is at the end of the main street in Pisa. Near leaning tower of Pisa and Porta Luca. It is easy to miss but probably the oldest site in Pisa. Really worth viewing.
Written May 7, 2019
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D L
Holbeach, UK1,401 contributions
Feb 2019 • Couples
We were using Google maps to get us to the tower so had no idea this was here or what it was. As we came to a left hand corner in the road, we saw this set of ruins of what turns out to be Nero's baths. Yes it is underwhelming, no you can't get very near & the info sign is the opposite side to where you're likely to approach from so if you turn up and don't know, you won't leave knowing either. It is free to appreciate it from the fence and just over the road to the left of the ruins is a well priced bar with a restaurant in the conservatory where you can sit one side and see this whilst the Mrs sits opposite to see the leaning tower.
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Written February 12, 2019
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inoble
Leeds, UK857 contributions
Jul 2018 • Couples
These are apparently the only visible ancient Roman remains in Pisa. They're easy to find close to the Piazza dei Miracoli at the Porta a Lucca, but you could pass them by and dismiss them as more modern due to the red brick appearance. You can easily view the ruins from the pavement and there is an information board in several languages. It's amazing to consider the millenia they've stood here for and the ancient hands and eyes that have been layed upon these bricks in that time. It's a relatively small site that probably won't occupy you for more than about ten minutes but as it's so easy to find, free and so interesting it's definitely worth seeking out.
Written July 25, 2018
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erica_nogueira_sp
Sao Paulo, SP112 contributions
Jul 2016 • Solo
You never know what to expect when in Italy. As I was walking towards the tower, I came across the terme. It needs some repairs but it is awesome to see roman buildings everywhere!!
Written July 31, 2016
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