a few hundred folk several hundred years ago watched their favourite "shows" in the open air.....and now this little theatre is available for us to dream about
This hidden museum is an excellent example of an old Roman theatre. It also includes some exhibits of Roman masks and the Apian road in Roam. Although small, it is worth a visit for those interested in theatre.
This review is more about the town of Lecce itself rather than the Amphitheatre. Anyone who wants to see a more genuine town in Italy which isn't so ravaged by the tourist hoards, should come here. Tucked away in the deep south east of the heel of Italy, this historic town of about 90,000 people in the province of Puglia... More
It is well protected and well located. Impossible to see it because it is at the center of the city.
Wonderful little museum attached to this Roman Theater off the street. A great place for those of us who enjoy imagining life as a Roman Citizen
This is a must see museum and ruin that gives you a valuable insight into Ancient Roman civilization. Samantha, the museum guide was so incredibly helpful and provided us with great advice on how to make the best of our trip to Lecce and Puglia
its there where you least expect it sitting in the middle of a busy square....no fuss. You can just imagine what went on there. Its not the colleseum but spectacular non the less
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