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There are places to bathe in sulfur springs all over this area west of the town of Viterbo. Some you pay, some you just walk into. Bullicame is one of the unmanned areas. I'll post picks of another set of natural pools just to the...More
Its not the place you are looking for take a bath.
Hot spring nothing more but noce, quite and free.
Poorly maintained environment, only a pool provided by a mix of thermal water and common water.It was a shame though if it was taken care...More
Plenty of parking at this place, no facilities at all, but we were prepared for this. The top pool is fenced off and the water that runs from this one is super hot! There are a few pools, lovely and warm. Most pools have a...More
I love hot terme in natural surrounding by fresh air. This place is only for local pp who live in the area nearby not tourists who has a bit of expectation.
Buy if who are not care much about veiw and surrounding. It is ok...More
I have to say that I am glad there is some supervision and dogs are not around. These pools just looked too stagnant. I am sure they are clean every day, but after San phillipo and Il Molino, they just did not appeal.
I shouldn't be raving about this place or you'll all turn up and spoil its peace and serenity, but Lazio's free hot springs have been one of my favourite things to discover since moving here and Bullicame is my pick of them all, so far....More
Takes 10 minutes walk from "Terme di Papi". I got there by bus No.2 from centre of Viterbo old city. There is no facility; even locker, toilet, shower and roof, but it's free and open every time everyday. Very very nice and enjoyable.
I found out about this place from a Dante class (canto XIV, line 68) in case you're interested, where Dante describes a stream similar to the one issuing from Bullicame that enters the 3rd level of hell. Since it's not that far from Civitavecchia, we...More