Terme Taurine
Terme Taurine
4.5
Historic Sites • Ancient Ruins
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9:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Monday
9:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Tuesday
9:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Wednesday
9:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Thursday
9:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Friday
9:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Saturday
9:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Sunday
9:30 AM - 1:00 PM
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FedeManfredi
Lausanne, Switzerland56 contributions
Mar 2013 • Couples
This archeological site is very good if you want discover old roman history in a so well organised place! You can visit it only in the morning because it is closed from 2pm. It cost 8€ with guided tour ( very recomended to understand it) and there is a shuttle service from the city center. There is also a private train tour but you have only 15 minutes to visit the site. I spent 2 houres guided tour and it was very interesting because the lady make me stones alive!
Written May 3, 2013
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HankC
Eagle, Idaho27 contributions
May 2014 • Couples
One of the most enjoyable parts of staying in Civitavecchia a few extra days post-cruise was taking the free shuttle from the train station to visit the ruins at Le Terme Taurine in the hills above town. Ask the shuttle driver to drop you off closeby and it will be a 10 minute walk to the ruins. He will pick you up at the same spot later for your return into town. The ancient baths and the well-preserved buildings date from 100 BC. Plus there were no crowds at this forgotten gem. On the day we were there we were the only visitors. We wandered the site for 3 enjoyable hours taking in the history before heading back into town to visit the museum and have dinner.
Written May 15, 2014
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Gabrielle03
Montreal, Canada16 contributions
Sep 2012 • Couples
We use the city free shuttle from the tourist information to get there. Ther is also an hop and off bus that is going there.
Written October 6, 2012
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Wansbrough2012
Weston super Mare, UK952 contributions
Jul 2022
We visited on a port day while cruising the Mediterranean and were prepared for what we experienced having read the reviews here. It's a fairly large site/complex, much of which has been loving restored presumably to stop further deterioration, however, the site is showing a lot of signs of neglect and it could do with a little bit of TLC. It doesn't take too long to explore but is certainly worth a visit.
Written October 9, 2022
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Experience811440
2 contributions
Apr 2023 • Couples
We had read reviews about this place and the reviews oversold it. This was a good introduction to Roman baths. However, the best Roman Bath to visit is in Bath, England, and if you have been there, these were not any more informative. However, if it is a chance for you to see how Roman baths were arranged, then it is worth a look.
Written April 19, 2023
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Kurt G
Busselton, Australia11 contributions
May 2015 • Solo
I took the local bus from the railway station Civitavecchia for Euro 1.60 return, it was a pleasant ride through the hills to Le Terme Taurine the Republican Baths which date back to the 1st century B.C. and The Imperial Baths built by Emperor Hadrian between 123-136 A.D. If you have half a day to spare in Civitavecchia it is well worth a visit, there is so much to see as the ruins are well preserved and the entrance fee was only 5 Euro.
Written May 30, 2015
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Nicolas B
Greater Melbourne, Australia437 contributions
Jul 2015 • Family
We were in transit in Civitavecchia for one short day during a cruise. Initial plan was to go to Ostia Antica or Roma. We had the bad surprise not to see any "normal taxi" around the port. Nobody wanted to simply drop us to Ostia Antica ("just for tour with a mnimum fee of 300Euros). Finally, we decided to visit the Taurine Thermes which was a great surprise ! First of all, it is very easy to go by public bus (line B or D). Then, the site is very nice and quiet, with a very good welcome from the staff. Ruins are enough preserved to imagine how were the Republican and Imperial baths. The panoramic view on the sea is great. In brief, it was really a great discovery, just few kilometers from our cruise ship.
Written August 2, 2015
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Chris and Jenny H
Melbourne, Australia14 contributions
Oct 2014 • Solo
So much to see and like previous reviewers practically had the entire site to myself. It consists of a huge Roman bath complex, library, hospital and underground storage chambers, an area that appears to be waiting further excavation (for want of a better word). As is the case with so many ancient Roman sites it has been built up and redeveloped over 100's of years, dating from BC to well into the years AD. Well worth a visit if you have time in Civitavecchia as its not expensive to enter and is as interesting and fascinating as any of the ancient ruins spread across Europe.
Written November 29, 2014
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Leigh-Rolf
Brisbane, Australia258 contributions
Jul 2015 • Couples
We have stopped in Civitavecchia on our cruise, but we have been to Rome before. Therefor we were looking for something else to do. Terme Taurine was our choice. It is so easy and cheap to get there on the local orange bus. Buy your return ticket at the kiosk and check with the bus driver when the next bus will come around. The side was so quite and we were the only visitors at the time. It is nothing like Rome, but if you like to imagine how people have lived and bathed go there. Oh don't forget to take some water, as it gets pretty hot there.
Written October 8, 2015
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David A
Fareham, UK9 contributions
Aug 2015
We visited in August 2015 and to get there we took a local bus line b from the railway station in cittavechia. Be careful the bus only travels at certain times, we caught the bus at approx 10 30 and it took about 1/2 hr to reach Le Terme. The bus returns in an hours time so be mindful of the time you have to look around if you travel by bus. Buy tickets for the bus from the kiosk by the station,only 1 Euro return!
The ruins are very good and we had an English speaking guide who explained everything about them,whilst we were there only 1 other group was present. We spent the hour exploring and good value for only 5 Euros.
Written August 27, 2015
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