Baths of Caracalla accessible tour – Rome

Visit in Rome our special wheelchair the accessible ancient thermal baths of the Roman Empire.

  • Historical interest 100% 100%
  • Fun 90% 90%

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The “Baths of Caracalla” in Rome is a perfectly preserved accessible archaeological site.

Visit the accessible “Baths of Caracalla” with the Baths of Caracalla accessible tour and our special wheelchair. The “Baths of Caracalla” are one of the most famous ancient public spas in Rome. They were built by “Emperor Caracalla”, and many ancient Romans visited them every day. Come visit this famous accessible public spa of Ancient Rome and see where the Romans spent their leisure time....

The “Baths of Caracalla” are one of the greatest roman baths, or “thermae”, ever built. The Baths of Caracalla accessible tour with our special wheelchair will take you to this archaeological site near the “Appian Way”, the most important street of the Roman Empire. Along the “Appian Way” you can also find many other interesting accessible archaeological sites. “Emperor Caracalla” built the baths during the second century, and they became a place where the members of the Roman aristocracy could come to do many different activities.

People came to the public baths to bathe and socialize. There were pools where people could swim, but also what we would now call ancient spa facilities, where the ancient romans came for saunas and massages. In every big public bath, there were three rooms of different temperatures dedicated to personal hygiene. The “Calidarium” was a room with hot water, where ancient romans could even take saunas. The room was heated by sunlight, torches, and in some cases even a heated floor system. The “Tepidarium” was less hot, and often richly decorated with mosaics. The third room was the “Frigidarium”, which contained a pool of cold water. Lastly, the “natatio” was a room with a big swimming pool where people could do some physical activity. The “Baths of Caracalla” were much bigger than the usual public baths, and outside the main area where people came to bathe there were two gyms and two libraries. Have you ever heard the saying “mens sana in corpore sano”? It is a Latin proverb that means “a healthy mind in a healthy body”. The ancient Romans believed that being fit and pursuing education were equally important, and that people should find a healthy balance between the two. The Baths of Caracalla accessible tour with our special wheelchair will take you to see the place where ancient Romans took care of their bodies as well as their minds.

The “Baths of Caracalla” were mostly visited by the richest citizens, including members of the Roman Aristocracy. Men and women would come to the baths at different times of the day. The “Baths of Caracalla” were beautifully decorated with marble, mosaics, and statues. Many of these decorations were recovered, and they are now exposed in different museums.

Visit the “Baths of Caracalla”, one of the most famous accessible touristic attractions in Rome, and see the places where the Ancient Romans came to bathe, relax, practice sports, and read.

The special wheelchair is highly recommended for outdoor activities or the following private tours in Italy provided by romeanditaly group, where path for disabled wheelchair users it’s not provided by the site itself, or doesn’t cover the entire surface. https://www.romeanditaly.com/accessible/special-wheelchair/

Videos of our accessible tours with the special wheelchair here https://www.romeanditaly.com/accessible/our-video/

If you want to see some of the art pieces that were found here, as well as many other beautiful works of art, you should visit the “Vatican Museums”, where you will be able to see a beautiful mosaic of many colors found in the “Baths of Caracalla”. You can find the perfect tour to visit the “Vatican Museums” in the Rome tours section in the Accessible tour section on our website https://www.romeanditaly.com/accessible/accessible-vatican-museums-and-sistine-chapel-tour/

Highlights and what's included
  • Duration: Half Day
  • Places of interest: ROME – Baths of Caracalla
  • Equipment included: A Special wheelchair and 2 assistants
  • Exclusivity: All our tours are PRIVATE, not sharing with other guests
  • Languages: All languages available on request
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