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Carthage, Tunisia
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All reviews roman baths impressive ruins large site views are amazing entrance ticket interesting history beautiful site armed guards tour guide great visit worth the trip archaeological park take photos walk around sidi bou tourists tunisia
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Good day out. Enjoy looking back in time. Entry is free but if you wish to take photos you have to pay 1 Dinar

Thank Roger S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I come here because I ever been Roman bath in UK before I want to know it’s different or not but in here hardly anything left as a structure.

Thank สุรารักษ์ ว
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I used to read and hear of ancient public baths as a thing of prestige and sometimes luxury. I never comprehended this idea fully until I visited the Ancient Roman Baths in Carthage. It is, to me, the best site to explore how life used...More

Thank Gureni L
Reviewed September 2, 2018

This is a fantastic place to visit with so much history. It is a shame the ONTT does not take more care to offer informative signs in order for the tourists to understand better this wonderful treasures. But then this is a general issue in...More

Thank Saira T
Reviewed August 19, 2018

Catching the local train from Tunis Marine to Carthage Hannibal, which cost me about 1.5 dinar but most people didn't buy tickets and I never saw an inspector, I walked down the hill and was able to find a sign to Antonin Baths fairly easily....More

Thank jebskulker
Reviewed August 19, 2018 via mobile

I enjoyed visiting here on a tour, and it was helpful to have an explanation of the site, as it isn't immediately clear how it's laid out. It was nice to explore the ruins and take pictures. Much of the upper levels are missing, but...More

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Reviewed August 15, 2018 via mobile

The scale of the baths is really impressive, especially as we were told that they were damaged due to bombing in the war. A must visit if you're in Tunis.

Thank mmcleod14
Reviewed July 21, 2018 via mobile

Definitely worth a visit when in Carthage. You can stand in the middle of the site and imagine it like it was based on what remains (decor, structures and odd lumps of concrete). Well worth a visit for all... even my ruined-out boyfriend was impressed!

Thank DorsetgirlLondon
Reviewed July 14, 2018

Visited here as part of a full day tour. It was 1 Dinar for a ticket to be able to use your camera. I thought the site was amazing and really interesting especially the look in to the Roman lifestyle. I’m so glad we had...More

Thank OldhamMaisieMoo
Reviewed May 30, 2018

When in Tunis or Sidi Bou Said, you must visit Carthage and see the remnants of the Phoenician and roman civilization. You need a guide, we choose a walking guide and took the train from Sidi Bou Said. Great visit!

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Response from lamia a | Reviewed this property |
took a taxi. they are honest and go by the meter so it was more practical. there is a ticket which u buy that allows u to go go to many monuments in ONE DAY