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My wife & I visited Naples a couple weeks ago and hired a driver to take us to Baia and visit the 4 sites that you can enter for the price of one 8 euro admission. We visited here because we saw the area featured...More
We were the only people here at one point and it was tranquil.
You enter at the higher level and descend to the lower portion - making it quite a trek for those not good on their feet. Once down tough there are amazingly well...More
How the leisured class spent their holidays. A really interesting site, with some mosaics and frescoes still intact. Highlight is the dome, which predates the Pantheon in Rome. Well worth a visit -- though it gets extremely hot in the sun.
What a place Baia is, in a quiet area with nothing really going for it except the marina with a few restaurants.
But it's the history of the place! An ancient Roman holiday resort with so much still today to see there, considering most of...More
Put on your walking shoes and walk all the way down into the baths. It is quiet and beautiful. I was alone in the domed bath of Mercury. I has a long echo. This is so worthwhile. We went with a private driver which made...More
The site is wonderful, but, before I say any more, I must give a grave warning. We visited the site for two or so hours, but when we returned to our car, we found a sizeable hole smashed in a window and a large number...More
Terme Romane di Baia We did not stay long in Pozzuoli to learn much about this town. It's proximity to Terme Romane di Baia was an advantage. This impressive archeological site is stunning by its scale. Starting out as a baths and later an imperial...More
This is a good place to visit on a nice day - not so good if it is raining. It is a large site, but fascinating with large villas, and with some Roman concrete domed roofs (like the Pantheon in Rome, though on a smaller...More
Imagine a well preserved, concise Pompeii with no crowds. The forums, baths and town are immensely accessible and give a feeling of touching as opposed to just viewing the Romans in their daily life. Recently excavated we were surprised to see modern buildings on the...More
We visited the Parc Archeaologica on a very hot day entirely by accident; we were looking for the museum of Campi Flegrea, but when we asked for directions this is were we ended up, but what a treat. It has a huge bath complex, part...More