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We cruised to Civitaveccia and after seeing Rome a few years ago, decided to stick around the port.
The ruins here are about 5km away from the port. It's not the safest or easiest walk, and took us about 45 minutes, but was well worth...More
We asked the driver at the cruise port to take us somewhere close that was interesting. We arrived here at Terme Taurine and had the whole place to ourselves. It was so fun to see the evolution over the years and we very much enjoyed...More
We visited the baths during our changeover cruise day in Citavecchia - easy to get there using bus B from the train station. Great way to fill in a few hours. We were the only two people there the whole morning and we had a...More
For nearly 600 years the baths outside of Civitavecchia were a place to relax and rejuvenate the soul. Even though the Roman empire built similar bathing complexes all over the Empire here at Terrme Taurine you will find one of the best preserved ruins of...More
These bath ruins are easily accessible by bus from the train station, but be sure to get on the 9:10 bus to have enough time.Unfortunately, the site itself is not well mapped and explained, but there is enough to get the idea. The scope of...More
I really don't know where to start. Lets go with the good. If you have never been to a Roman Bath ruin then by all means go.
However, if you have then give this one a miss. It all starts at the site gate. That...More
The Imperial Baths are glorious- well worth the effort to get there - Bus B leaves the train station at 09:10 - and returns at 11:40am. The coolness, and the peacefulness are amazing. Very therapeutic, after the mad overcrowded touristy places. The fresh air &...More
Very nice bathing-complex from Roman times. A little hard to reach (by public bus from the train station) but well worth it. We were the only ones visiting on that morning (closed in the afternoon), so the whole terrain was for us.
...this place is very peaceful and not run over by tourists. We hired a local cabbie to drive us there before dropping us in Civitavecchia.
We spent more time than we thought we needed. Walked the site & wandered around the hilltop enjoying the baths...More
Pay attention to opening hours (morning time) and location is not easy to find, we met some helpful carabinieri (police) that helped us to find the way. We were the only visitors and it was possible to walk around and touch he remains, we loved...More