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So you're tired of seeing cathedrals, churches and art museums. Take a break and enjoy this wonderful archeological site that brings the full history of Velencia alive from its inception as a Roman walled city colony in about 138 BC through Arabic conquests in much...More
Not really interested in how clever the Romans were, but this small tucked away Museum was very good at explaining the remains of streets, houses etc from that period and before. I'm a bit claustrophobic but had no problem with the layout. Very good.
You think an archeological site is boring? Think again on this Valencian gem. The layout has you walking over glass to see the excavations below. And a reflecting pool above to resound the nature of the baths below. Brava Valencia moderna!
This Roman village has been very well preserved and documentation is easy to understand in Spanish and english. We had a good time walking around the site and learning more about the Roman villages just post the year 0
We only wandered in here because of my Lonely Planet guide book. Was way beyond our expectations. The well designed museum has glass walkways so that you can walk over and around the cities beginnings. It is well labeled and we learned a lot about...More
I like a bit of archaeology and this hits the spot. (Spoiler) it's not obvious WHICH artifacts are in situ and which others have been brought in from nearby. Some excellent artist impressions of how they looked.
What to do with old ancient remains of the city walls, paves and other remains. In Valencia they have built a museum covering it and enhanced it with pictures and drawings of how it must have looked. Very well done !!
We popped in this small museum yesterday. It was free to enter. It has a excellent example of a Roman bath and shows a number of archeological artefacts. It also shows a lot of information on how Valencia was a long time ago.