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About Roman Imperial Baths, Trier

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 Tickets 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 Get To Roman Imperial Baths by Public Transport

  • Nearest bus stop: Kaiserthermen

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Address: Weber Bachstr 41, 54290 Trier, Germany

Phone: +49-651978080

Ticket Price: 3 EUR

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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Share your experience - Rate Roman Imperial Baths, Trier

  • Patchy information. Good leaflet; good brief interpretative film: poor signage except for a panel at the viewpoint. Pity half of the most impressive part was a half obscured by scaffolding. Good value for €4.

  • Fun to see this history. Good brosure in English which was nice. It is neat to walk through the tunnels and see how advanced the Romans were at that time.

  • The ruins of the Imperial Baths are really impressive. There is a little museum beside the site where you can get some information. Walking through the remains of walls and subterranean passages is though far more exciting. The whole area looks like a giant maze and takes some time to get discovered.

  • Beautiful place. Enjoyed the history and it made a very interesting lesson for the children.

  • Barbara Baths, located near the Moselle river, was larger than Imperial Baths but the latter was more photogenic in my opinion, winning my attention with its standing arches although I did not get close to the former to check if there were other interesting visible features. Apart from the arches, the other feature of the Imperial Baths which caught my attention the most was a colossal marble foot affixed to a pedestal outside the entrance of the baths.

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