It is an archaeological site which covers an entire city block in the center of the Roman city of Cartago. It harbours the Atrio building, devoted to the holding of religious banquets; baths with sand, place where the physical activity was carried out; and several rooms where its walls and pictorial decoration are shown. This archaeological ensemble dates from the first century and is part of a thermal resort. The therms are a series of cold, mild and hot rooms; the latter heated by ovens located in the street which delimitates the neighborhood. The rests of such ovens can be visited in the Decumano, nowadays, a commercial building.
Furthermore, this interesting place can also be seen from the outside, while tasting the classic ‘tapa & caña’ and listening to the tour guide explaining in great detail the history of this place. Added to this, live music can be listened from a terrace located on the top of the hill of the Molinete (situated in the north of this neighborhood).