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Just amazing!

Teatro Greco-Romano is, or rather, was a theatre a very long time ago! It is completely underground... read more

Reviewed 21 September 2017
Dimitris L
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Sydney, Australia
Amazing place, spread over several houses

Only partly visible because tens of houses have been built over the Theatre during the ages, but... read more

Reviewed 1 April 2017
Thom S
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Leiden, The Netherlands
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21 Sep 2017
“Just amazing!”
1 Apr 2017
“Amazing place, spread over several houses”
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1) Roman Theatrevisit Of A Part Of Roman Theatre In Naples, Overlaid In The Xv Century , By The Modern Buildings Wich Are Now In Via Anticaglia, Vico Cinquesanti E Via San Paolo. You Are Going To Enter A Traditional Neapolitan House, Commonly Called...more
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Reviewed 21 September 2017

Teatro Greco-Romano is, or rather, was a theatre a very long time ago! It is completely underground and spread over several streets. Over time, houses and other buildings have been constructed over the theatre site. Above ground you wouldn't know it even existed, but of...More

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Reviewed 1 April 2017

Only partly visible because tens of houses have been built over the Theatre during the ages, but parts are still visible and accessible. Great tour, in combination with Napoli Sotterranea

Thank Thom S
Reviewed 18 June 2016

It´s a tour we can do with Napoli Soterranea, Napoli Soterranea tour ends at this place. I found this part more interesting than the begining of Napoli Soterranea.

Thank Ricardo R
Reviewed 7 July 2015

In its past, Naples was a walled city and in the 12th century, residents were forbidden to build residences outside the city walls. Accordingly, as the population and the need for new housing increased, the city size increased vertically. And, the ruins of Naples Grec-Roman...More

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Reviewed 3 May 2015

I visited this ancient theatre as part as a guided visit to Napoli Sotteranea(Naples underground).The visit does't last too much,maximum 30 min,and you can see a little remaining part of the former roman theatre.There are a few not very big halls with dioramas presenting scenes...More

Thank zuv
Reviewed 11 October 2013

The theatre has an amazing opulence. The history given by the tour guide was well worth the 5 euro. The area that housed the king during performances was grand and we felt noble being there.

Thank Smedley495
Reviewed 10 October 2013

It is very interesting to see how medieval, then modern Naples, have simply subsumed the earlier Roman & Greek buildings into their own foundations. Worth visiting, however there is really very little to see.

Thank KMLondon22
Reviewed 8 October 2013

It was a small guided tour, but worthy it. The tour is a combo with Napoli Sotterranea (or Underground Naple), which is very interesting too.

Thank FaccioStoria
Reviewed 23 July 2013

Shows how the former Roman buildings have been absorbed into modern day Napoli. It is a free addition to the Napoli Sotterranea tour & took you round showing you how it was now parts of people's houses. & took us underground to see some accessible...More

1  Thank John-J-Taylor
Reviewed 3 July 2013

This was at the end of the Underground Naples tour, which gives a fascinating history of the water cisterns in Naples from Ancient times to present. It then continues outside where the guide takes you on a tour of a Roman theater where Nero sang....More

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