The Thermae Antoninianae or Baths of Caracalla were the most important thermal complex of antiquity
Baths of Caracalla wheelchair accessible tours
Baths of Caracalla Wheelchair Accessible Tours
Built in the southern part of Rome at the behest of Caracalla, their construction began in 212 and ended in 217.
The Thermae Antoninianae or Baths of Caracalla were the most important thermal complex of antiquity.
The complex was built under the emperor Caracalla and is a rectangular plan is typical of the great imperial baths.
The spas were not only a building for bathing, sports and body care, but also a place for walking and studying.
It was 537 BC and the spas were no longer used since that time until the settlement of Diocletian who transformed them into a real meeting place and fun for Roman citizens.
Touring Baths of Caracalla
Visiting the Baths of Caracalla, makes you understand how the thermal complexes of the imperial era should have been.
Inside the structure you can still visit the main rooms of the Roman public baths.
The Natatio, the large central swimming pool.
The Frigidarium, the Tepidarium and the Calidarium, filled respectively with cold, warm and hot water.
The tanks were heated through an articulated system fed by underground furnaces, kept in operation by slaves.
The Baths of Caracalla accessible tours, are the first major archaeological site in Italy entirely visible in 4D.
Thanks to a special viewer, you can see the rooms around rebuilt in all their ancient splendor while listening to the explanation of your audio guide.
Today, in addition to being able to visit the remains of the structure, in the area surrounding the Baths of Caracalla you can attend concerts and outdoor theater performances.
The Baths of Caracalla are mostly accessible to disabled people.
The monument on the surface, with no differences in height, is easily accessible.
The site has parking for disabled visitors cars with a specific badge.
The site has a disabled toilets.
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