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Roman Bath Ruins, Baden-Baden

Categories: Ruins, Tourist Spots
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Roman Bath Ruins are the ruins of 2,000-year-old baths, and you can see the structure up close. As you walk around the ruins on pathways, you can easily see the engineering and layout of the baths. A guided tour explains the history and culture of Roman baths, or you can borrow an audio guide and explore on your own. Plan to visit Roman Bath Ruins during your Baden-Baden vacation using our convenient Baden-Baden itinerary maker.
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  • When in Baden Baden you can take the cure and go to mineral baths. The first were built by the Romans almost 2000 years ago. You see the ruins and an interesting exhibit about these Roman baths 
  • We settled in Baden-Baden, hotel Bischoff, opposite the baths Fridrihsbaden. Strut our car was right in front of our Windows and baths. Imagine our surprise when we realized that parking lot adjoins directly to the entrance of the Museum of Roman baths! Unfortunately, in September the Museum no longer worked. But there is also the opportunity to peek inside through the glass walls. Excavations are directly visible from the street, if you know about this and go under the Fridrihsbaden baths.
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  • Original Roman bath ruins, which you can visit in the morning during limited hours. Small, but well explained exhibition of how the baths in the past worked and built.
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