Ancient Thermal Baths Tour

by / Friday, 10 February 2012 / Published in Tours in Rome
Republic Square

There is more to see in Rome than just the Colosseum and the Vatican. Some of the most precious treasures of the Eternal City are inside small churches and museums that should not be missed during your stay.

The baths of Dioclatian

The baths of Dioclatian

This tour takes you to the highlights of the Esquiline hill, one of the famous 7 hills on which Rome was founded.

Our itinerary starts from Piazza della Repubblica, one of the city’ most elegant squares. It features the Fountain of the Naiads and the ruins of the Thermal Baths of Diocletian, the largest one in Ancient Rome…it could contain more than 2500 users at the same time.

Next, I will take you to the National Roman Museum to see great Ancient mosaics, statues and frescoes that were found during the last century excavations.

The Baths of Caracalla

The Baths of Caracalla

Our visit continues to the Basilica of St. Mary Major, Rome’s largest church dedicated to the Virgin Mary and one of the world’s most precious temples.

Only few steps away we will reach the ruins of the Thermal Baths of Trajan built above the Domus Aurea, Nero’s Golden House.

Walking by the Colosseum we will see an Ancient Roman Aqueduct and the starting point of the Appian Way.

The tour ends with a great visit of the Baths of Caracalla that are the best preserved  in the city.  There, you will clearly  see and understand the ingenious methods used by the Romans to provide fresh water to their pools, saunas and gyms!

One Response to “Ancient Thermal Baths Tour”

  1. Zoe ryan says :

    Hello, my husband and I will be in Rome for two days from Sunday the 14th to the 16th. We are interested in having a private guide take up to interesting sight and food. We have already seen the Vatican, Colisueam, Pantheon and would like to see other things Rome has to offer.

    Please let me know if this sis possible.

    Kind regars

    Zoe

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