Minturno has been much improved as an archaeological park in recent years. Tourists can easily read about the buildings, see reconstruction drawings and plans, and visit the on-site museum. The visit can be done in 1 - 2 hours, depending upon how much time you wish to spend wandering the ruins and reading materials. You can see a wonderfully preserved stretch of the ancient Via Appia, the first major Roman road ever constructed. In the museum there are sculptures from the site and surrounding area, along with some interesting displays about Roman economy and trade.
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