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Parco Archeologico delle Terme di Baia, Bacoli

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  • Terme Romane di Baia We did not stay long in Pozzuoli to learn much about this town. It's proximity to Terme Romane di Baia was an advantage. This impressive archeological site is stunning by its scal...  more »
  • This is a good place to visit on a nice day - not so good if it is raining. It is a large site, but fascinating with large villas, and with some Roman concrete domed roofs (like the Pantheon in Rome, ...  more »
  • Imagine a well preserved, concise Pompeii with no crowds. The forums, baths and town are immensely accessible and give a feeling of touching as opposed to just viewing the Romans in their daily life. ...  more »
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  • Found this place by accident and what a great find can not recommend it enough we walked along the coast rd and just came across this park made the whole day worthwhile.
  • Great and quiet place. Undiscovered gem.
  • Very large park. 3 levels quite area admission was free when i came
  • Excellent ruins, friendly staff, clean toilets.
  • Beautiful ruins of the Roman baths in this former resort town