BATHS OF CARACALLA
The imposing Baths of Caracalla are one of the largest and best preserved thermal baths of antiquity, built on the Small Aventine Hill by the Emperor Caracalla between 212 and 216 A.D. The perfect state of conservation makes the archaeological area a great experience to understand a piece of daily live in the ancient Rome. The surrounding area is ideal for lovers of outdoor sports, for a jog or a pleasant walk in the green avenue of the Baths of Caracalla. For those who wish to exchange a solemn oath of love, the delightful deconsecrated church of Santa Maria in Tempulo is the dream place where weddings with civil ceremony are celebrated.
within walking distance (10 minutes)