The baths – a spa in a good location
Using a little imagination the baths will help you get an impression of the ancient Roman penchant for refined spa culture. In a prime location, on a street that connected the centre in the upper town to the lower town, people could have fun, relax and revive themselves in this bathing oasis.
Roman baths always consisted of hot, warm and cold rooms. There was also a circular sweat room. All the rooms, except the cold room, were fitted with underfloor heating. We believe that these baths were in private ownership. But perhaps locals or people passing through could also use the spa for a fee. The baths were probably built shortly after AD 100 and remained in use for approximately 150 years.