Wednesday, January 12, 2022
Fabiana Bianchi

Free guided tours to the ancient Roman Baths of via Terracina: the archaeological site with fascinating mosaics

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They come back free guided tours Roman Baths of Agnano in via Terracina in Naples thanks to the guides of the Neapolitan Archaeological Group (GAN) which is always committed to making these little known archaeological sites known to citizens and tourists.

In weekend of 15 and 16 January 2022 we will be able to go to the discovery of this place which is located in Fuorigrotta and which was once a point of refreshment with thermal baths for the ancient Romans passing through who wanted to rest and relax.

The site is not always open, in fact it can be visited occasionally thanks to the openings made by the Superintendence of Archeology, Fine Arts and Landscape for the Municipality of Naples in collaboration with the GAN.

How to participate in the guided tour: reservations required

Given the pandemic situation, there is a limit on the number of people who can participate, that is 25. Therefore it is necessary to book in this way:

The ancient Roman baths

This beautiful archaeological site dates back to second half of the XNUMXnd century AD and consisted of multiple levels, although at the moment you can only see the remains of the ground floor. Some incomplete walls remain which give us an idea of ​​how it was once structured.

Most likely it was fed by the waters of theSerino aqueduct which contributed to giving life to this located spa complex in the road between Neapolis and Pueoli.

Today it still retains the power system of the warm environments and can also be admired beautiful mosaics on the floors. There are marine figures, some even complete, really very interesting.

A beautiful place to visit, especially for those who have never seen it yet.

Information about the visit


15 and 16 January 2022


via Terracina, in front of number 429, at the corner with via Marconi, the RAI road

Opening Hours

three shifts at 10.00 - 11.00 - 12.00



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