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Imperial Roman Baths (Kaiserthermen)

Weimarerallee, 54290 Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
+49 651 44262
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These ancient baths, once frequented by Constantine, have stood for over 2,000 years.
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Weimarerallee, 54290 Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
+49 651 44262

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This site is one of the largest and best preserved in Europe. We toured with a knowledgeable local guide, which made the experience much richer. To walk through the sewer pipes and see first hand the Roman engineering skills was extremely interesting.

Thank Mary G
Reviewed 1 week ago

Interesting but would have been a lot better without all the scaffolding. However, I do understand the need for maintenance. Still, there was a good amount of the ruins fenced off so it was not as impressive as it would have been at another time.

Thank mariezp
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The most impressive thing about these ruins are their sheer size. We have visited many Romn baths around the Mediterranean, this complex is, by far, try he most extensive. Waling through the "try tunnels" gives you a great fell of the size if the complex....More

Thank A A W
Reviewed 1 week ago

It seems to me that these ruins are showing a bit more than the roman baths in Rome. You need 1 hour to visit. Check out the introductory movie.

Thank Ildiko930
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The Roman, "bride and clever", knew that not only amphitheaters and churches are to be built in new towns they founded or built up: Concentration of people meant a potential risk of diseases and...cleaness and hygiene formed an important part of their life. Not only...More

Thank Mili S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Not worth a detour, but if in trier go there. Take an audiotour for 2 euro more and it has some videos to expain how the thermes worked. Impressive how the romans had floor and wall heating! From here you can walk to the palace...More

Thank Jaja000
Reviewed 14 August 2017

Really enjoyed this sight. Reminded us a lot of places we had seen in Rome. Could easily spend a couple of hours there and not get bored

Thank julialogan1982
Reviewed 4 August 2017

Kaisenthermen was on our to-do list during a day trip to Trier and it was fun to visit. A video presentation was available at the start of our self-guided tour to give some insight into the history of the baths and the circumstances that surrounded...More

1  Thank EnoAbena
Reviewed 30 July 2017

Baths are being preserved. You can go into the site, and the best part is being able to go underground into the old tunnels. There is also an observation tower in the corner of the site that gives you a good overview of the baths....More

1  Thank Robert G
Reviewed 29 July 2017 via mobile

It was pretty cool being able to walk around 3rd and 4th century ruins. Well maintained. There is some restoration work happening at the time I wrote this, so it's not the most picturesque at the moment. Still worth the visit!

Thank Benjamin J
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Response from PeterV1 | Reviewed this property |
Addendum. Mildly interested visitors usually do it very quickly and leave within half an hour due to the exposure to the sun and lots of walking. If you are interested in such a fantastic example of ancient engineering, then... More
4 January 2015|
Response from klvivian |
Yes we found out that do and excellent job!