The Baths of Caracalla, (Latin: Thermae Caracallae ) or Antonine (named after the dynasty of the Antonines), constitute one of the greatest examples of spas imperial Rome, being still preserved for a large part of their structure, away from modern buildings. It was constructed by Emperor Caracalla on the Aventine, between 212 and 217, as its shown by the brick stamps, in an area near the Circus Maximus.
There were public facilities where the Romans could go for a hot bath, there were the baths.
At Terme larger, such as those built by Caracalla, they could find the locker room, the gym (they could run, do gymnastics, boxing, fencing and mainly play ball), sauna, three different types of pools, one hot, one warm and one cold, and yet another just to swim. There was also a library and