Rome sightseeing and popular attractions

Rome’s Baths of Caracalla Will Open For Public Night Visits

Rome, Italy– Rome’s Terme di Caracalla, also popularly known as Baths of Caracalla, will be opened for public visits at night through Italian and English guided tours which will be available until October 18, 2017.

The general public can visit the Roman baths every Tuesday and Friday night from 7:30 o’clock in the evening until 10:30 o’clock in the evening. The tour lasts for 75 minutes.

During the tour, the visitors can enjoy and admire not only the amazing beauty of the floodlit ancient bath complex but also the maze of underground areas. For as low as €18 for advance booking or €20 for on the spot booking, the visitors can enjoy touring around the different areas of the bath complex including the frigidarium, gymnasium, tepidarium, caldarium and changing rooms.

The Baths of Caracalla are one of the Roman thermal bath complexes in Rome. They are known as the second largest public baths in Rome and are considered as among the best preserved historical structures in the city. The baths were constructed during the time of emperors Caracalla and Septimius Severus, between AD 211/212 and 216/217 and they have the capacity to accommodate around 1600 bathers at a time.

They are located in the southern part of the historic center of the city along a corridor of the historical archeological attractions that stretch from Via Appia Antica or Appian Way to the Colosseum and Roman Forum. The entrance of the Baths of Caracalla is located on the Appian Way, just 5 minutes walk away from the Circo Massimo Metro station.

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