Roman Bath Ruins

Explore the origins of today's spas


Badenweiler's valuable heritage

Badenweiler's Roman Bathing Ruins show that people in the Roman Empire already knew how much an appealing ambience contributes to relaxation and happiness. The bathing ruins, which vividly document Roman bathing in a permanent exhibition, are located directly next to the Cassiopeia Therme and are protected by an impressive glass construction. This dreamlike setting is also popular as a wedding venue: quite a few couples in love have already said "I do" in this unique place.


Marriage in the bathing ruin

Say "yes" in front of a millennia-old backdrop

„Si me amas - if you love me“
Inscription in the ruins of the bath

The inscription on an ancient Roman garment clasp suggests that the Roman bathing ruins of Badenweiler were already the scene of romantic relationships 2000 years ago. Say "I do" at this historic site and start your own love story here!

If you would like to book the Bathing Ruins for your own wedding, you can find further contact details here.


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