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An amazing site which unfortunately isn't open at the moment. It isn't worth paying the entry fee as you can see as much from the outside or over the wall from the Orto Botanico next door. Worth walking up the hill though to see from...More
The site is in “restauration” and you can only walk 15 meters on the side. Not much to see more than what you can see from the street for free. At the speed these restaurations are ongoing, it will be like that for the next...More
Feel bad rating a significant Roman site as "average" but we do have one near where we live and have been to quite a few others during our travels!
Actually this is probably quite an impressive amphitheatre but it is currently undergoing renovation so it...More
It’s in construction so you can’t walk all around. You still have to pay for the entrance and you’re inside just a few minutes cause of renovation. And all the descriptions are in italian, I haven’t understood anything. And you actually see the hole anfiteather...More
This Roman amphitheater is currently under renovations was carved into the hillside. Even it is close you can see it just walking from around. The fence is quite transparent so you can see much of it. If you are up in the city like a...More
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.