Museo de las Termas Públicas
Museo del Teatro de Caesaraugusta
Discovered during the excavation of a building site in 1972, the ruins of Zaragoza's Teatro Romano (Roman theatre) are the focus of this...
Museo Ibercaja Camón Aznar
This collection of Spanish art through the ages is dominated by an enthralling series of etchings by Goya (on the 2nd floor), one of the...
Dominating the eastern end of Plaza del Pilar, the La Seo was built between the 12th and 17th centuries and displays a fabulous spread...
La Casa del Loco
Hugely popular, especially when there's a live band playing. It's mostly rock with a mixed, young-retro crowd. After the bands go home,...
This place, tucked away in a pedestrian lane just west of Calle de Don Jaime I, also made Metropoli 's Top-50 list. Although there...
Calle San Juan y San Pedro 3-7 · interesting places nearby
Museo de las Termas Públicas information
Roman baths were traditionally the centre of social and cultural life; these date back to the 1st century BC. Although the original complex comprised several rooms, including a gymnasium and changing rooms, all that remains is a large, formerly porticoed swimming pool, surrounded by the remains of several columns. A 10-minute multilingual audiovisual presentation explains the construction and purpose of the baths in a lighthearted and educational manner.