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Having visited Pompeii a while back, I suppose I was expecting something on a par with this but was disappointed. Also a huge stage was erected above the amphitheatre, so we couldn’t see it, we were shown a photo of it on the guide’s phone....More
We cycled to Nora from our hotel on a lovely hot day, and waited about half an hour for the visit, which is only by guide. It was well worth the wait, and Andrea, our guide, was good fun and very knowledgeable. Don’t miss it!
I had already been twice to Nora, but last week I went again with some friends and I did not exoect to find that, as a new rule, the archeological site had tombe visited only accompanied by an official guided. At the beginning disappointed, I...More
We walked on a tour here with a mixed group of nationalities and the guide did a good job in translating everything she could. The site is not huge and is a working site so parts are not able to be visited.
The actual remains...More
Great story, engaging guide (Andrea). Interesting to see the evolution form Phenician to Punic to Roman. I'll be interested to see what the current excavations will bring, as well as the old shipwrecks, when they find the money to bring them up.
Loved the place and the archeological swimming nearby (every morning at 10 a.m.). You can see and imagine the history of the place, from the early fenician ruins to the latin city with 4 thermal baths, a big commercial harbor (now underwater), a theatre (still...More
Nora, a Phoenician, Cartheginian and latterly a Roman city is worth a visit, but a fair amount of imagination is required!
Much of Nora is still under the sea and likely to remain so and what is above ground is interesting but not exceptional. If...More
You can combine beach/sea and archeology within one trip. The site is located at the end of the nice Pula's beach. Therefore, you can visit an interesting archeologic site and then have some fun and a swim at the beach after. You will have very...More
We were lucky to have an excellent guide for our visit here and despite the fact I had read up about it before she still provided so much extra information. I recommend that you visit in the early morning as there really is no shade....More
YES ......we stayed on the BEACH nearby and just bought post cards and souvenirs..... We have already seen similar places in ITALY......... Public transport is good but check timetable and pickup points............