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Guided tour to discover the Roman Baths of Baia

Archaeological Park of the Baths of Baia, Baiae, Metropolitan City of Naples, Italy
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English, Italian


2-20 people


Guided Tour

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Suitable for children

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Suitable for couples

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Pets allowed

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Parking available

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Language supports

Important things to know

Services included

  • Exclusive Movery money back guarantee
  • Tourist assistance service included
  • Instant ticket delivery
  • Tickets are accepted on smartphones

Tickets and discounts

  • The full ticket price is €5
  • The reduced ticket price is €2
  • The price of the tour guide is 200 € for groups of 2 to 20 people

Tour information

  • The Roman Baths of Baia are open daily from 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. except Monday
  • The entrance fee is a separate extra (online or on-site)
  • The radios cost €2 for groups over 10 people


  • There is blue-striped parking with unattended ticket paying


  • People with disabilities are not admitted to the event


  • Cancellation is free up to 24 and 72 hours before the event

About this tour

Bacoli is one of the main urban centers of the Phlegraean Fields, and its territory is particularly rich in archaeological sites and places with a history of thousands of years. One of the most beautiful and interesting places is the Archaeological Park of the Baths of Baia, a complex of Roman villas divided over several floors on the slope of a hill.
To admire all this splendor you can take advantage of a guided tour that will allow you to learn all about the Roman Baths of Baia. The site is divided into 4 sectors that make it easier to visit: the Sosandra sector, the Villa of Ambulatio, the Venus sector, and the Baths of Mercury.
The Ambulatio Villa, named for its covered portico, is located on the highest terrace of the complex and is distinguished by its black-and-white mosaic floors that housed residential rooms, a central hall, and a peristyle.
The Sosandra sector owes its name to the Roman copy of a Greek statue representing Aspasia, also known as Aphrodite Sosandra, which was originally located in the main hall of the structure formed by two spaces on the lower floor and a theater.
Le Mercury Spa are instead so called because they include what was originally thought to be a temple named after the god Mercury. In reality, it was a frigidarium, the magnificence of which is captured by the dome above it. The last is the sector of Venus which, like that of the Mercury Baths, was supposed to house a cult building in honor of the goddess.
To enjoy all this beauty, hurry and purchase your guided tour to the Roman Baths of Baia!
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  • From 2 to 20 pax

Tour's location

Archaeological Park of the Baths of Baia, Baiae, Metropolitan City of Naples, Italy

How to get there

How to reach the Archaeological Park of the Baths of Baia by car

From Piazza Garibaldi move onto Via Capodimonte to take the ring road and enter the A56. After 15 km take the exit for Pozzuoli/Arco Felice/Bacoli. Turn onto Via Montenuovo Licola Patria and Via Miliscola. After 3 km follow Via Montegrillo and turn onto Via Terme Romane.

How to reach the Archaeological Park of the Baths of Baia by public transportation

From Naples Central Station take bus 101 and get off at the Bacoli-Piazza de Gasperi stop. Continue on foot on Via Sella di Baia and Via Terme Romane.


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