Roman Imperial BathsCurrently Closed
- Address: Weber Bachstr 41, 54290 Trier, Germany
- Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +49-651978080
- Ticket Price: 3 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Ancient Ruin, Historical Site, Architecture
Roman Imperial Baths - Review
These remains of the Roman public bath complex (4th century AD) take you back into the Roman era. Considered to be one of the most impressive and largest baths outside Rome, the Imperial Baths were used to bathe, sport, swim and get a massage. As you enter the ruins today, you shall see:
- Hot water bath.
- Four visible boiler rooms out of the original six.
- Underground service tunnels.
- Remains of walls and subterranean passages.
Roman Imperial Baths Ticket Prices
- Adults in groups (10 or more persons): € 2.50
- Children and adolescents through age 17: € 2.00
- Children and adolescents through age 17 in groups: € 1.50
- Pensioners, unemployed, students (over age 18), severely disabled, military and civilian service: € 2.50
- Families (2 adults with a maximum of 4 children over age 6): € 6.00each additional child: € .50
How To reach Roman Imperial Baths by Public Transport
- Nearest bus stop: Kaiserthermen
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Things to Know Before Visiting Roman Imperial Baths
95% of people who visit Trier include Roman Imperial Baths in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
32.74% of people start their Roman Imperial Baths visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Roman Imperial Baths
71.15% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Roman Imperial Baths
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Roman Imperial Baths, Trier Reviews
Nice place. But it would be great if there are tour guides around that can explain more about the Roman’s history and their life style, so that full imagination of the past era could be clearly revealed.
This place of antiquity is one that helps us understand cultures hundreds of years old. I was here many years ago and am so impressed with the work that has gone on since then. My only disappointment is that I would have liked more description in English. There's so much to learn there.
One of my favourite places to visit. So much history here. Originally intended to be baths, this was later turned into a place where the roman army was staying and later functioned as castle in medieval times. So nice to walk around the site, bith above and under the ground and admire the architecture and technology of the Romans. Impressive and inexpensive to visit.
I really enjoyed this exhibit. The slight expense was totally worth it! The information was posted in German and English. It was all very interesting, including the tower that was built recently to get an overall view of the baths. Definitely worth a visit!
Just a WOW moment coming here... easily rivals any ruins you'd find in Rome..you're able to walk the grounds AND have access to the vast underground walkways... and clean bathroom to boot!