Termas Romanas Baths of Évora

Visit the Termas Romanas Baths discovered after the works in the Municipal Chamber of Évora in 1987, in the Alentejo, Portugal. 

Termas Romanas de Évora
Termas Romanas Baths of Évora
© JMR - Câmara Municipal de Évora 
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The Termas Romanas Baths are located in the lobby of the Municipal Chamber of Évora. It is a Roman remains ensemble not discovered until 1987, after some works were done in the city council.

These astonishing baths have a laconium (hot room for steam baths) with a 9-metres circular pool very well-preserved.

These baths make up the largest Roman public construction of Évora (300m2). It also includes a Natatio, an open-air pool discovered in 1994; and a Praefurnium, working as a central heating system for the nearby rooms.

More information:


Câmara Municipal de Évora - Praça de Sertório, Évora.

Ticket Price:

Free admission.

Opening Hours:

From Monday to Friday from 9h00 to 17h30.


(+351) 266 777 000.

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