The Lugo Roman Baths were built in approximately 15BC, around the time when the city was founded and remain well-preserved.
As with all such bathing complexes, the Lugo Roman Baths attracted Romans by virtue of their believed healing powers, in particular the properties of the water which they drew from the thermal spring. Still running today, this water is naturally at a temperature of 44 degrees Celsius and contains elements such as sulphur and sodium.
Today, the Lugo Roman Baths are located within the Hotel Balneario de Lugo and can be visited for free upon contacting the hotel’s reception. Still clearly discernible are the changing rooms - the Apodyterium - and there are several impressive elements, including remaining arches and a bathing room.
Generally open daily except on Christmas. To visit, contact the reception at the Hotel Balneario de Lugo. Entry is free.
Termas Romanas de Lugo, Hotel Balneario de Lugo. Barrio da Ponte, Lugo
+34 982 221 228
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