Terme dei Papi
The Terme dei Papi are the oldest baths in the city of Viterbo. These thermal waters were already appreciated in ancient times and owe their name Terme dei Papi, to the fact that Pope Nicholas V loved their beneficial properties so much that he built a building that took the name of Bagno del Papa.
Even today these spas are the most famous in the city of Viterbo and in the Lazio region, known for the properties of the water and for the extraordinary beneficial effects.
A large monumental thermal pool, over 2000sqm, with water coming from the bullicame thermal spring, a natural cave for the Turkish bath, where cascades of thermal water at 58 ° C gush out, creating a humid environment rich in steam. The vapors are particularly effective on the skin, respiratory tract, joints and metabolism.
Properties of the water
The waters of the Terme dei Papi in Viterbo come from different natural springs and are of two different types:
hyperthermal between 40 ° C and 65 ° C, they are sulphurous, sulphate, bicarbonate, alkaline earthy waters
hypothermic between 20 ° C and 30 ° C, they are bicarbonate, sulphate, alkaline, earthy, carbonic, ferruginous waters
Due to their composition, the thermal waters of Viterbo are indicated in the treatment of various ailments and pathologies. They are particularly effective for the treatment of dermatological, gynecological, ENT, rheumatological, circulatory and gastroenterologist disorders.
Opening hours and prices Terme dei Papi
Opening hours of the thermal pools Terme dei Papi Viterbo:
Every day from 9.00 to 19.00
Saturday night from 21.00 to 01.00
Closing day -> Tuesday
Thermal swimming pool entrance price list:
Weekday admission € 12
Admission on holidays and days before holidays € 18
Children up to 2 years -> free
Children up to 12 years € 8
Saturday evening 21.00 – 01.00 € 20
The city of Viterbo
Viterbo is a beautiful city of Tuscia Laziale, probably of very ancient Etruscan origin, today Viterbo is a splendid city rich in history and culture.
The history of the city of Viterbo begins in the Etruscan era, in fact there was a village that had the name of Surina.