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Flavian Amphitheater

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Better than Rome!

This little gem tucked away in Pozzuoli isn't overcrowded with tourists because nobody knows about... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Shanti S
Roman amphitheatre in Pozzouli

Lovely and very cheap. It costs 4 euros to get in, but as we had been to Cuma Archeological Park... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Suzanne W
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This little gem tucked away in Pozzuoli isn't overcrowded with tourists because nobody knows about it. They keep what they have found in situ so you can see all the ruined bits as well as what is standing. You can walk on the floor of...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Lovely and very cheap. It costs 4 euros to get in, but as we had been to Cuma Archeological Park the day before it was free on the same ticket. It's quite small - just the amphitheatre there so it doesn't take long to visit....More

Thank Suzanne W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Visited on a Saturday afternoon. Parking was found nearby (lucky?) and the price of admission was reasonable. A large and very well preserved amphitheater. These types of ruins can be an acquired taste but it's hard not to appreciate the effort that went into constructing...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

a super well conserved amphi theater which is really worth the visit and by this ticket you can visit more intersting sites

Thank ruudsax
Reviewed 6 July 2018

The people were pleasantly nice and explained some of the History of this Amphitheater. They seemed more intrigue about where we were from, but nothing compares to their over 2000 years of History in the region.

Thank westleykarcher
Reviewed 21 June 2018 via mobile

We were staying literally 1minute from here & came on our first day. Only €4 each, so well worth a visit. Discovered it is the 3rd largest Roman amphitheatre left. The underground section is amazing! You can’t help but think back to what would have...More

Thank JesCh
Reviewed 19 May 2018

Right next to the linea 2 stop this well preserved amphitheater looks fantastic from the outside. It is a pity that it was shut when we tried to visit, somewhat annoying having travelled over to Pozzuoli specifically to view.

Thank rconyard
Reviewed 13 May 2018

With almost no other tourists around you can take your time and really walk through and around this beautiful amphitheater. I just loved the seagulls being the only spectators in the seats. You can also go into the underground and explore the structures below and...More

Thank RenateV169
Reviewed 26 April 2018 via mobile

The completeness of this amphitheatre is what stuns. Having seen many others in our tour of Italy this was by far the best. Yet it seems almost unregarded compared to other sites. The underground parts were jaw dropping. Well worth a visit.

Thank Alan1fromOz
Reviewed 16 April 2018 via mobile

Great way to spend a couple of hrs. Must put it on your list. We were pleasantly surprised by the size of it and how well it s preserved.

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The Metro Line 2 (at Piazza Garibaldi or Piazza Cavour). It brings you on the upper side of Pozzuoli, just on the back of the amphitheater. With the ticket of the amphitheater you can visit three other site (Baths of Baia... More
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