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Imperial Roman Baths (Kaiserthermen), Trier

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Step back in time 1,660 years ago at Imperial Roman Baths (Kaiserthermen). These ancient Roman bath ruins would have been a hub of activity in its heyday, with men and women bathing, taking part in sports, gambling, and beautifying themselves. As you explore what remains of this grand complex, marvel at the ingenuity of Roman engineering in the boiler rooms, and walk through the labyrinth of underground tunnels. Climb the observation tower to get a good overview of the site and appreciate its size. By using our Trier vacation trip planner, you can arrange your visit to Imperial Roman Baths (Kaiserthermen) and other attractions in Trier.
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  • During a guided tour you can guess what tremendous facility the Romans here had built and maintained a gigantic "challenge" with what a technical sophistication here. It is fascinating and makes at the same time speechless. And leaves behind respect for the brilliant performance of ancient Rome.
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  • When you stand here, you will see the concrete complex á la Swedish million program. The contrast is worth a thought! What buildings remain 2080 and why?
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  • ...hier were considered business and at the same time body care. As with almost anything in Trier, you can feel history here more or less - a visit is mandatory
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  • Its a good thing the entrance fee includes a map and some background information about the thermen. Otherwise we would not have known what we were looking at during the walk on the grounds. Interesting!
  • Just incredible! I love to see the digital reconstructions so you can imagine what it was like back then! Reignited my childhood dream of being an archeologists!
  • The remains of un finished Roman baths. in the oldest Roman city in Germany. Visitors can access the underground water system and walk through what would have been the different types of bathes.
  • Great view of history. Fun to explore
  • Mostly in ruins except for a few arches that you can see from the exterior without paying to get in