The Baths of Caracalla first appeared in the III century at the order of Emperor Caracalla, and then the Augustbad Baths were built. The current baths were built in 1986. The interiors match the name and are on the order of a Roman house with columns, waterfalls and sculptures. The water rises to the pools of the term from 12 two-kilometer-deep springs and its temperature is 18-36 degrees.
The Baths of Caracalla, in fact, are a spa town with several saunas and pools located in separate buildings. A path through the park with fountains and statues leads to the baths. There are several pools: fast-flowing, with underwater jets, with the "water mushroom" waterfall. In addition, the visitors are offered pearl and carbonic baths, massages, including curative mud, salt caves, drinking fountains with mineral water, and inhalation. You can take procedures in bathing suits or on a separate floor without them.