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The entrance to this site is only 2 Euros a person and the day we visited we had the whole place to ourselves except for a few workers doing some repair work.
This well preserved Roman theater was built in the Second century by Emperor...More
Surprisingly big Roman ruin. You get a real sense of the size that it used to be. You can walk around and feel like a Roman. Entrance is 2 euros and the site is not huge but it's still worth it for the experience
For the price of a coffee you can wonder around this site, at the time of our visit a new archeological dig was under way, very interesting. Just a short walk from here and you can visit two more sites, on the way to The...More
We were lucky to have the place almost entirely to ourselves. The theater is in quite good shape and the many views are lovely. You can visit almost all parts of it. At sunset, the light was just beautiful.
A step back in time-music festivals are offered in the summer months--If you appreciate antiquity-this is the place to visit-there is a small entrance fee and parking is nearby-it is also near the city center-there are also coffee - gelato bars close by
I shot a video of my husband in the Teatro Romano in Benevento and shared it with my sisters. It is amazing that they have a monument like this (so big) in such a small city. My husband also shot a video walking into the...More