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Although it s small They should open this to public it remains hidden like in a hole
You would not notice it s there unless you search for it in maps
You can take pictures from the fence but they should clean the surrounding and...More
Carved out of the hillside; very impressive. We were on an early yomp so couldn’t go in, but loved what we could see. Twits that say that it’s only of interest if you like ‘Roman things’ or it’s a bit dilapidated should stay in their...More
The old Roman amphitheater is currently under renovations and one cannot go inside. We managed to explore it from the outside though. If you have not yet seen an amphitheater, it is well worth a visit to get the feel. It is not the Colosseum,...More
It is in reasonable condition, but they don’t really make the most of it as an attraction. The place has a run down feel, but it is definitely worth seeing.
Couple your visit with a trip to the botanical garden next door.
The old Roman amphitheater is being restored and preserved currently (Dec 2017) and I don't think you can actually go inside at this time. You can see it from above through the fence if the plant growth is too bad.
This is a new dig, the excavation of Cagliari's Roman Amphitheatre. Unfortunately they were charging an arm and a leg, so we viewed it and snapped photos from the street overlooking the grounds. Would have wished to be more welcomed in.
Like others have said, there is not a lot to see close up and possibly not worth the (admittedly small) fee to go down into the amphitheatre.
We were told that more access will be provided later in 2018, so might be worth checking then....More
We visited when there was restoration work taking place (although it looked like it had been going on for years). This meant the only public access was down a short slope on the west side of the site. This took you down to the upper...More