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Archaeological Museum of Campi Flegrei

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Via Castello 39 Castello Aragonese, 80070 Baiae, Bacoli Italy
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The flagship of the Samnites, Greeks and Romans, the Campi Flegrei area was also very appreciated by all the rulers of the following periods: from the Angioini to the Aragonese, passing through the Spanish Viceroyalty to the Bourbon House.<br><br>This experience has been consciously designed to allow you to visit what is considered one of the most impressive volcanic areas in the world. We will sail early in the morning on a comfortable rubber dinghy, immediately reaching the ancient port of Pozzuoli where we will disembark to visit the glorious Temple of Serapis.<br><br>After this brief stop we will continue sailing in the Gulf of Pozzuoli to reach, first the characteristic port of Baia and, then, the Pennata di Bacoli island where we will drop anchor to allow you to bathe in an enchanting place and thanks to our equipment for snorkeling and the SUP board you can admire and swim in an exclusive seabed full of testimonies and historical finds.<br>
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Noemi2709 wrote a review Oct 2019
Frankfurt691 contributions149 helpful votes
Archeological Museum of Campi Flegrei in Castello Aragonese, Bacoli Italy. Exceptional and important artefacts relating to Baia, Puteoli, Kyme, Bacoli, and Misenum, such as "Sacello degli Augustali" and sculptures of the "Ninfeo di Punta Epitaffio". Fantastic views from the castle terrace, absolutely worth seeing!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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napinsurrey wrote a review Jul 2019
Guildford, United Kingdom8 contributions11 helpful votes
Only €4.00 well worth the visit. Opens at 9.30 will close for lunch, but you have plenty of time to look around.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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JanBrennan wrote a review Feb 2019
Kennebunk, Maine39 contributions72 helpful votes
the best part is the misnamed "Temple" (actually a domed swimming pool) at the bottom of the complex. Try clapping hands and talking -- your echo sounds just like your real voice. Great place to sing!
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Date of experience: February 2019
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stonewithnomoss wrote a review Jan 2019
Duhok, Iraq920 contributions614 helpful votes
Amazing bath complex for the rich and famous of Roman times. You might have the whole place to yourself. Great views over the sea nearby. If you went to the Amphitheatre in Pozzuoli it is on the same ticket (and much better). You can walk there from Lucrino Station (if you saw Lago d’Averno OR more closely from Fusaro, but you will need to ask directions (easy, but not obvious). The Temple of Mercury has amazing sound effects. Probably the best part of the whole complex? I really loved my time there and I was basically alone.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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jeremyd141 wrote a review Oct 2018
London, United Kingdom12 contributions16 helpful votes
A truly fascinating site and location if you are interested in ancient Rome. However, it repay dividends if you prepare yourself by reading up on the site beforehand as, unlike Pompeii or Herrculanuem, there are no foreign language guide books or plans to buy site. Neither are there any tours or tour guides provided by the site. There are a number of information boards describing various rooms or views but they are only in Italian and some are weatherbeaten but one can get a general gist. however it is a remarkable site off the beaten track and hence not crowded with tourists
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Date of experience: November 2017
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