Admire the monuments of the Via Appia Antica without queueing up! The Thermae Antonianae, one of the largest and best preserved examples of an ancient spa complex, was constructed under the auspices of the Emperor Caracalla in the southern part of the city.
Ticket is valid for the three archaeological places, for 7 days, 1 visit at each place.
Reservations must be made with a minimum of 1 day notice.
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IMPORTANT NOTE: The time on the order form indicates the start of validity of your ticket and the date you must pick up your actual ticket. You will receive your actual ticket in exchange for the voucher you will receive from us once your reservation is confirmed.
Caracalla Baths: Open everyday from 9:00 to one hour before sunset, Monday from 09:00 to 14:00. Closed: December 25th and January 1st.
Cecilia Metella Tomb: Open from Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00 to one hour before sunset. Closed: Monday, December 25th and January 1st.
Villa dei Quintili: Open from Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00 to one hour before sunset. Closed: Monday, December 25th and January 1st.
Audioguides available for the Caracalla Baths in English, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Japanese; duration 50 minutes.
For cancellations once a confirmation code has been assigned to the reservation, and for no shows, we can refund cost of unused tickets minus service fee (reservation fee and online booking fee).
The Villa dei Quintili
The Villa dei Quintili
State property only since 1986, the Villa dei Quintili was the largest and most sumptuous residence of the Roman "suburbium" (suburbs). The original nucleus belonged to the Quintili brothers, consuls in 151 A.D., and was enlarged when the villa became imperial property under the emperor Commodus who loved living here because of the peaceful countryside and the villa's thermal baths.
The villa extends between the Via Appia Antica and the Via Appia Nuova and was built around a large square. The most impressive construction nucleus is formed by the rooms for the masters and servants. They consist of a circular building, a series of rooms and the two large bath quarters called "Calidarium" and "Frigidarium", fourteen meters (close to 46 feet) high with large windows and polychrome marble. The monumental complex is built in terraces overlooking the Roman countryside and offers a panorama that has inspired many famous artists through time.