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All reviews wild animals arena floor main arena underground area re enactments original structure worth the effort worth a visit town centre english guide per adult interesting visit climb the stairs walking around roman times roman empire imperial baths
This impressive area seated 20,000 people when it was in use. You can also go underneath. We walked from the downtown area, and it's not a short walk, but then you can also walk up into the vineyards for a super view.
We were surprised to see such an impressive amphitheatre and it is well worth a visit. Although it is very different from the amphitheatres at Syracuse and Taormina in Sicily that we have visited, in its own way this is equally impressive
Almost gave you the shivers thinking about what took place on this very site. Signs were very good, English as well as German. Definitely recommend stopping here, glad we arrived as it was opening and we're finishing up as 2 bus loads showed up. If...More
Long walk from the Altstadt, but it was my first opportunity to see an actual amphitheater so I had to go. They were having gladiator reenactments which was fun. It was amazing to see how small the cells were that held slaves/prisoners/gladiators until their time...More
Visited on a week day, very quiet, €4 per adult with an English guide leaflet. Bus stop right outside but we walked from town centre which wasn't far if you don't mind walking. Able to see below the arena and look around the UNESCO site....More
We thought it was a little spendy to get in but received an informational pamphlet and actually had a great time, so well worth the fee! We wandered around, climbed to the top while imagining we were back in Roman times, and went underneath to...More
Magnificent Roman amphitheatres exist all round Europe (Ephesus in Turkey, Seville in Spain etc., so this sad exhibit is definitely one to miss. In addition they take your money then tell you there is not much left because it became a quarry which supplied the...More