Aquae Calidae

2,000 years of history are on display at Aquae Calidae, a complex of well-preserved ruins set in a landscaped recreation area. Footbridges and glass floors enable you to study the remains of Roman walls and baths built on thermal springs, which made Aquae Calidae one of antiquity’s major spa destinations. Inside, you can see a detailed recreation of Suleiman the Magnificent’s opulent 16th-century bathroom, and watch a 3D film tracing the site’s history, from the Thracian era to the Middle Ages.