Terme di Vulci

Properties of the waters of Vulci

The Terme di Vulci are located in the province of Viterbo and take their name from the ancient Etruscan city that stood in the heart of the Lazio Maremma in what is also known as Tuscia. Recently built, these spas were built in the midst of greenery and nature and represent a perfect destination for those who love the combination of relaxation and nature.
Four natural pools different in temperature (from 30 to 42 degrees), color and properties. Each acts on different aspects of the body, good for physical and spiritual well-being. Another unique feature of these spas is the link with the green of the Maremma, being able to stay under the blue sky in the shade of the olive trees away from any contamination allow you to experience an unrivaled experience.

Vulci spa opening hours and prices

The thermal pools of Vulci respect the following opening hours:

Every day: from 10.00 to sunset

Price list entrance Terme di Vulci:

Daily admission weekdays € 17

Daily admission for weekends, holidays and long weekends € 25

Afternoon admission – from 3.30 pm – weekdays € 12

Admission for children aged 4-12 on weekdays € 8

Admission for children aged 4-12 weekends, holidays and long weekends € 10

Children from 0 to 3 years -> free admission

The archaeological park of Vulci

Vulci is an ancient Etruscan city of the upper Tuscia Laziale, near the border with Tuscany. The archaeological park extends for over 120 hectares, including part of the Fiora valley.

Vulci was one of the most important Etruscan cities, favored in particular by its strategic position for trade and transport. Thanks to trade with Greece and the regions of the eastern Mediterranean, objects from all over the world arrived in Vulci, brought to light by the excavation companies carried out in the ancient city.

Around the city, there are numerous Necropolis, the main ones are those of Poggio Maremma, Cavalupo, Ponte Rotto, Campo Maggio and Camposcala, here there are many tombs, of various few and types, the most common are the tumulus tombs, some examples are the Tombs of Cuccumella, the François Tomb, the Tomba dei Tori, the Tomb of the Inscriptions, the Tomb of the two Entrances and the Tomb of the Sphinx.

Many remains of the ancient city of Vulci remain, including:

the Cinta Muraria, completely made of tuff blocks, included 5 entrance doors, three doors are still visible today
the Forum, built in the 2nd century
the Great Temple, built in the 4th century BC
the Mitreo, a sanctuary dedicated to the goddess Mithras and probably built in the third century
the Domus del Criptoportico, an ancient noble residence, dating back to the 2nd century BC.
At the Castello della Badia, built by the Romans near the Devil’s Bridge, is the Archaeological Museum, where the finds from the archaeological excavations carried out in the city and the necropolis are exhibited.

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Thermal baths of Vulci