Archaeological remains of Aquincum were found in Budapest end of the 19th century. The ancient city used to be the heart of the Roman Pannonia province. By the end of the second century, tens of thousands of people lived here.
Well preserved remains of Aquincum feature two amphitheaters, streets, public bath walls and building foundations. Local museum displays household items of the citizens discovered by archaeologists. Romans had heated mosaic floors as early as the second century. You will find a detailed description of the system in the museum.