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A huge site, well explained, and a modern museum with a number of unexpectedly good and/or unusual exhibits. We spent more than 2 hours wandering around the site and then took advantage of the on-site bar.
The were some signs of neglect on the site....More
Set among old olive trees with broad trunks, one can see remains of structures dating back to Greek times. There is a small but nice museum on the premises. Right inside the entrance stands the remains of a Norman era cathedral. Definitely worth a visit!
Really surprising visit, brilliant value and fascinating. Some incredible treasures have been recovered in fantastic condition. We were the only ones there pretty much, we had total freedom to wander around. Great day.
If you are travelling through this area you should stop & take the time to explore this ancient Roman site. We went on a Tuesday morning & there were very few people so the place had this very calm & peaceful atmosphere as we walked...More
Brilliant, having just visited Pompei, Ercolano and Peastum, we were not expecting much, but this is a gem. Freedom and space to just walk about and absorb the history. A small museum (not open on Monday) and an Olive Oil museum (not open on Monday...More
This is a park that nyou need to study befor going. It makes the experience much more enlightening. You need to know what you are looking at because the signage is only a partial help. This place mujst have been up there with many other...More
Very interesting ruins and museum, especially the ruins of a large church. Unfortunately, the road has been built before the excavations started and it "cuts" the archeological site in half, including the Roman Forum.
This is just as beautiful and good as the archaeological finds in Rome and other Italian cities. Away from many crowds, so much history to learn and just as beautiful. Love this place and took many family and friends here. Been here many times and...More
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The park is very good, large and easy, but the floor is in ground with little stones. Only few area are too much strong, steep slope as the amphitheater. There was a big town, but you can visit what you need, as the museum... More
The park is very good, large and easy, but the floor is in ground with little stones. Only few area are too much strong, steep slope as the amphitheater. There was a big town, but you can visit what you need, as the museum where there are marvelous statues of roman age. Perhaps if you need, I can give you the contact of a staff that is at the management of the area