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If you are going to be in Rome for a few days I highly recommend this trip. It is easy to get to, there is a train from the Pyramid station that goes right by the park, it is about a five minute walk from...More
After having spent 3 days touring Rome and seeing all the sights with a million other tourists, I decided to head towards the airport early and spend a few hours visiting an amazingly beautiful archeological site only 15 minutes from Fiumicino. Entrance fee was only...More
An easy 30 odd minute ride on the Rome Lido from Piramide connecting from the metro. There was no queue for tickets, though it was midweek in February so hardly peak time. It is a very large site, and we were there until closing, over...More
It is one of the largest and well kept Roman archeological site. It can be reached easily with the tube from Rome in about 40 minutes but you should take the whole day free for visit it... the site is enough wide and you can...More
This is a wonderful place to visit.
Lots of open space to walk around and explore. The park is well divided. There are toilets before entering. Also, at the end of the area there is too and a cafe - so inside the park as...More
The archeological park at Ostia Antica is definitely worth the short metro journey from Rome. It is a great day trip and offers a glimpse into an authentic ancient civilisation. I would suggest taking a hat, water bottle, your camera and comfortable walking shoes as...More
Ostia Antica isn't nearly as well-known as Pompeii, but as a glimpse into the many aspects of daily life outside ancient Rome, it is more varied. Beautiful mosaic floors, fresco painted walls, amphitheatre, sculpture and an absolute maze of streets, combine to create a powerful...More
Just an easy 25 minute train ride from Rome ( next to Pyramide metro station ), followed by a 400m walk to the gates of this wonderfully preserved archaeological site. Well worth spending at least half a day at the site although if you can...More
We were extremely glad to visit Ostia Antica.
This is a large well-preserved archaeological site, whereby every day lives are evident of the ancient Roman times.
Visiting the excavations of Ancient Ostia, the former harbour of Rome, is a memorable encounter.
It is indeed amazing...More
I seem to remember seeing some taxis at the train station but in order to get to Ostia Antica site from the station you have to walk up and over a bridge and then It's a 5 min walk down to the entrance which would be a... More
I seem to remember seeing some taxis at the train station but in order to get to Ostia Antica site from the station you have to walk up and over a bridge and then It's a 5 min walk down to the entrance which would be a better place to call for a taxi.I don't recall seeing any taxis there. Perhaps ask for a return when you get the taxi out to Ostia. There is also a good cafeteria inside the site should you need to eat and drink.