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One of those places nobody has ever heard of, it was just a short distance from where we were staying and made for an interesting visit. We were the only visitors when we were there, after paying the small entry fee the attendant led us...More
This place is located on the Main Street of Via Appia that start from Rome, is just on the boundary from Lazio Region and Campania Region, adjacent the Garigliano River. It is worth a visit if you love Roman History, you can see the Roman...More
First of all the coordinations and location on the map is totally wrong - went to the site by foot from Minturno, according to directions on Tripadvisor - and were disappointed to find absolutely nothing on the spot. You have to continue SS7, Via Appia...More
The English language reviews on Trip Advisor for this site were very generous in their opinions I think. The site is important in archeologic terms yes. It is a large site with important pieces. The small museum inside the theater is a wonderful use of...More
The ruins of the theater house a small museum with some different pieces than you normally see, not just statues but even large pieces of ships and other objects from the sea. You can walk the Appian Way in front of temple remains and have...More
We visited on a early September morning and the four of us were the only visitors. The amphitheatre with its museum underneath were great, but the section of the Appian way with the arches and nearby buildings were even better. Possibly the best 5 euros...More
While visiting the war cemetery along the road we decided to visit this site as it was suggested by our lovely Hotel Owner. We were the only ones there and it was amazing, although some conservation work has been done there was so much so...More