Rimske Toplice is located in the shelter of two hills: Stražnik and Kopitnik. The valley of Rimske Toplice is surrounded by forest hillsides of the surrounding hills providing shelter from wind and excessive heat. The valley is rich in vegetation of exotic plants from all the continents of the world.
Rimske Terme is an old health spa resort. The Romans, who in 39 BC built pools with hot and cold water at the very spot, were already aware of the healing properties of the thermal water. Rimske Terme was first mentioned in a written document in the charter of Aquileia in 1486, but really came to life after 1840 when merchant Gustav Adolf Ulrich from Trieste who was healed as a result of the beneficial effects of the thermal water, purchased it in the name of his wife Amalija.
After 1848, Rimske Terme was visited by many distinguished guests such as the English Princess and Crown Princess Victoria of Prussia, Napoleon’s sister, Princess Murat, Emperor Ferdinand, the Archduke Johann, and many others.
In the past, Rimske Terme was available only to the elite, now the resort is open to anyone who wishes to give its healing properties a try.
Ubere preterito pro presenti ˗ Richness of the past for the challenges of the present
Rimske Terme is offering hotel services at special prices for Symposium participants:
|Bed and breakfast|
|Double room||EUR 60.00 per person/night|
|Single room||EUR 70.00 per person/night|
|Tourist tax||EUR 2.50 per person/night|
|Check-in fee||EUR 3.00 per person/stay|
The price includes:
- Bed and breakfast in a 4-star hotel,
- Unlimited swimming in the pools,
- All-day swimming on the day of departure,
- Unlimited use of the gym,
- Unlimited access to online content via wired or wireless Internet connection,
- Drinking thermal water during your entire stay,
- Free entrance to the Rimske Terme Museum,
- Free parking in the garage.
Reservations for hotel accommodation can be made via email email@example.com or by phone +386 3 574 20 00. When making your reservation, mention the Water Days Symposium.