Akve Kalide - Termopolis15 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: c. BURGAS kv. VETREN Burgas, Bulgaria
- Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +35-9882004126
- Tags: Historical Site, Family And Kids
This popular tourist attraction is proved to be the fortress walls of the Therme. This ancient city, Thermopolis, was popular for the natural hot mineral springs. When you visit this site, you will see the Roman baths from the 1st century AD. There are different warm and cold pools and numerous medieval rooms. The museum opened in 2015 exhibits the artefacts like bathroom accessories, numerous coins of different ages, golden earrings and inscriptions. All these were found in Akve Khalid. The outer area of the establishment is developed in a modern way. There are badminton courts, football, tennis fields and a separate playground for kids. Gardens around the site have elegant fountains. Visit this place, learn about the local history and relax in the shade of trees.
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6.36% of people who visit Burgas include Akve Kalide - Termopolis in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
50% of people start their Akve Kalide - Termopolis visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Akve Kalide - Termopolis
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Akve Kalide - Termopolis
Akve Kalide - Termopolis Reviews & Ratings
This will be great in a year or so when they open baths to the public. At the moment, the ruins are quite underwhelming and it is quite far out from everything. We were told we needed to wait an hour to see the film in the museum which was frustrating so we didn't stay. Overall not really worth the journey.
traditions and legends are preserved here. it's a small but very well put together facility where the restoration of thousands of years of ancient history is in full gear. some of the mappings of the region could be confusing, but there're ppl on site who can eventually help out. information is offered in the english language which is obviously quite helpful.
This site has a huge potential due to its historical importance but as always in this region, they don't seem to put enough efforts in making their cultural heritage really interesting and entertaining. Despite the 2D projected video, there's not much to see yet. Duration : 30 minutes.
It looks like it is still in construction, but it is an interesting place to visit!
Small museum with newly renovated Turkish bath and antient Roman baths, still in work by archeologists. In the Turkish bath you can see a nice 10-minute cartoon about the place. The price is 4 Lev for an adult, 10 Lev for a family ticket. Near the museum you can drink some thermal water, and take some work you, if you have spare bottles.