Timings : 9:00 AM - 7:30 PM
Entry Fees : EUR 2
Also known as the Baths of Diocletian, Terme di Diocleziano is the ancient public baths of Rome. It was named after Emperor Diocletian who ruled Rome in the late-2nd century and early-3rd century. It was built in honour of the Emperor and commissioned by Maximian. These baths are considered the largest baths of ancient Rome. A visit to this historical attraction is included in most tour packages of Rome and it can be covered along with the National Roman Museum that the baths are a part of.
Terme di Diocleziano was built in the 3rd and the 4th century on the smallest of the Hills in the city (the Viminal Hill). Back in the time, the baths occupied over 12 hectares of space on the hilltop and were visited by locals living nearby. What remains today are the ruins of Terme di Diocleziano next to and underneath Basilica of Santa Maria Degli Angeli.
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