The Thermae Maiores Baths were part of the 2nd century legionary fortress that was discovered during the first excavations in Aquincum in 1778. Typical of Roman baths, it featured a palaestra (gymnastics hall), laconicum (sweat rooms) and tepidarium and frigidarium (hot and cold pools).
Budapest, Flórián tér 3-5, 1033 Hungary
+36 1 250 1650
Thermae Maiores Baths and Nearby Attractions on Map
Obuda Synagogue(0.6 km)
Budapest's oldest synagogue, the Obuda Synagogue is a Neo-Classical building dating from 1820.
Aquincum Museum(2.5 km)
Budapest Galéria Exhibition House(0.5 km)
Budapest Galeria is a contemporary art gallery showcasing works by local artists.
Centennial Memorial(2.6 km)
The Centennial Memorial on Margaret Island was made in 1972 by István Kiss to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the unification of Buda and Pest.
Florian Square(0.4 km)
Florian Square is an archaeological site with the ruins of the 2nd century Roman camp of the Aquincum Legion.
Japanese Garden(1.1 km)
The Japanese Garden on Margaret Island is a small, cozy corner with Japanese maples, bonsais, and ponds with koi, water-lilies and turtles.
Kassák Museum(0.4 km)
The Kassák Museum presents the life and works of Hungarian writer and artist Lajos Kassák.
Zsigmond Kun Folk Art Museum(0.3 km)
No tours found for Thermae Maiores Baths !