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Cremonini Area Archeologica

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Hidden treasure

Why bother pushing your way to the front of the Trevi Fountain queue. Go around the corner and... read more

Reviewed 31 July 2018
Morrie2014
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Small but impactful

We happened upon this site while looking for a place to eat near the Trevi fountain. There were... read more

Reviewed 27 August 2017
Hawkshoe
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Reviewed 31 July 2018

Why bother pushing your way to the front of the Trevi Fountain queue. Go around the corner and explore this amazing Roman villa with loads of artifacts and Trevi fountain water flowing in. A place of tranquility and amazement.

1  Thank Morrie2014
Reviewed 27 August 2017

We happened upon this site while looking for a place to eat near the Trevi fountain. There were signs about and we decided to follow them. I am glad we did. This little museum was quite a gem. Interesting to see the excavation and some...More

1  Thank Hawkshoe
Reviewed 29 June 2017 via mobile

For €3 this was a very short and sweet snippet of historical Roman life. It was very quiet when I visited and provided much needed rest bite from the Trevi crowds. Would definitely recommend a 30 minute visit here.

1  Thank Ned W
Reviewed 28 March 2017

Bumped into this museum while walking from the Trevi Fountains. The site was uncovered while demolishing an existing building and later donated to this museum. The site shows the aqueducts, cisterns, washing room, stairways etc all in a wonderful condition down below the current day...More

5  Thank AbsolutelyDubrovnik
Reviewed 14 October 2016

We saw some signs to 'archeological site' and followed these, which is how we found this site. It is very close to the Trevi Fountain. Only 3 Euro per person to enter, and well worth it for that price. A lot of information on the...More

1  Thank Emma R
Reviewed 6 October 2016

I did a little online research before our recent 4 day trip to Rome and came across this hidden away archaeological gem. It is so close to the Trevi Fountain and yet a million miles away from the noisy bustling tourist attraction which is of...More

2  Thank Gill B
Reviewed 28 September 2016 via mobile

This place is hidden but worth it. It's an ancient aquifer dating back before the reign of Nero. After the fire that destroyed much of Rome Nero took it and built his residence over the site. It was recently rediscovered and open to the public,...More

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Reviewed 16 August 2016 via mobile

New excavations near Trevi. You enter a roman house with a roman aqueduct.. still working after 1700 years !

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Reviewed 1 July 2016 via mobile

After visiting the nearby fountain, we used Trip Advisor NEARBY feature to decide where to next. This place was interesting, and at only 3 Euro each we felt good value. Definitely good respite from the heat and crowds of mid afternoon Rome in Summer. Not...More

1  Thank Andrew M
Reviewed 19 April 2016

Considering how close it is to the Trevi Fountain, this museum was tranquil. A perfect antidote to the Trevi chaos. if you fancy learning and seeing a roman villa up close and in a quiet museum this is perfect for you. For €3 you have...More

1  Thank Chris H
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