Baths of Caracalla with Skip-the-line Ticket
Make the most of your trip to Rome by visiting the Baths of Caracalla! Skip the long lines and get quick entrance to the famous public baths — explore the ancient site and picture how 1,600 Greeks used to enjoy this thermae!
The Baths of Caracalla
Skip-the-line admission ticket to the Baths of Caracalla
Please note: this tour is held daily. The entrance price for adults (18-90 y/o) €25, youth (12-17 y/o) €10. Entrance + audio guide price for adult (18-90 y/o) €33, youth (12-17 y/o) €21.8. The tour is not wheelchair accessible; not stroller/pram accessible; public transportation nearby; not suitable for pets; infants must not sit on laps; infant seats unavailable. We will send you the ticket in PDF after your booking is confirmed.
Take it easy and have more time to explore the ancient baths, gyms, libraries, and gardens of Caracalla with this pre-booked admission ticket! Enjoy your full access to the Baths of Caracalla — once the second largest public baths, or thermae, in the city - without waiting in line, with the option of a handy audio guide. The number of attractions in Rome per square kilometer is off the charts. Basilicas, squares, and museums — all reflect the power and grandeur of the Eternal City. The Baths of Caracalla, once considered the world's wonder, hold a special place. The Baths of Caracalla are a complex of public baths built in the 3rd century AD by Emperor Caracalla.
Construction lasted five years — from 212 to 217. Caracalla's thermae can be considered the ancestor of modern SPA complexes. Ancient Rome was a prosperous empire, so the construction was carried out on a grand scale — the walls were faced with marble, and the windows of translucent stone were framed in bronze bindings.
The Thermae of Caracalla is fascinating to explore, and while it is less popular than many other places in the Eternal City, it is a great place to get away from the bustling crowds of tourists. The Thermae of Caracalla is one of the best-preserved historic structures of the Roman era and a living example of the great Roman baths. You can choose "enter" to walk through or "enter + audio guide" if you want to learn more about the history of the place and visualize its splendor. Don't miss the opportunity to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of ancient Rome!