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Parco Archeologico Greco Romano di Catania

Via Vittorio Emanuele II 266, 95124 Catania, Sicily, Italy
+39 095 715 0508
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“roman theatre” (13 reviews)
“small museum” (10 reviews)
Via Vittorio Emanuele II 266, 95124 Catania, Sicily, Italy
Centro Catania
+39 095 715 0508

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Reviewed April 3, 2016

The way to the site was full of litter and when we were at the site, we couldn't tell the ruins and the broken stones apart. It looked more like a dumping site. Very sad to see that Catania has no infrastructure and discipline to...More

Thank Canvas M
Reviewed March 28, 2016 via mobile

In the heart of the City is this absolute gem. I spent a couple of hours here looking around and sitting relaxing to enjoy the views. There is so much history here and it must have been amazing to see theatre there. I would recommend...More

Thank TraceyH050
Reviewed March 26, 2016

Greco Romano di Catania was wonderful, historical, should be visited in Catania.Higly recommended this historical places.

Thank Keriman Y
Reviewed March 16, 2016 via mobile

In the middle of the city a life history . It was a very shiny day with a persistent orange flowers smell it was fabulos absolutely gorgeous . You must see this place .

Thank girlextreme
Reviewed March 7, 2016

Although not as spectacular as other ampitheatres around Italy and the rest of Europe, this theatre does clearly show the outline and size of the theatre. There is enough of the seating areavremaining to be able to get an idea of what these theatres must...More

Thank Paul W
Reviewed February 16, 2016

Fascinating Greco-Roman ampitheatre in the middle of the city. The entrace is off of Via Vittoria Emanuele II and costs 6 euro (3 euro if you're under 25). I was happy to pay the entrance fee as the whole thing is still being reconstructed after...More

Thank graffidi
Reviewed February 9, 2016 via mobile

You have to ponder whether you think it's worth spending the 6 euros entry fee. Especially if you have already seen some of the other theaters in Taormina or Siracusa. But anyhow, I'm not unhappy that I did. This is, in every sense, a funny...More

Thank Qwido
Reviewed February 8, 2016

Interesting to see this large Greek theater partly built over by buildings. It shows that the interest in antiquity has not always been high. Only since the 19th century there was a scientific based revival. It is nice to wonder around and at the end...More

Thank SeimenBurum
Reviewed January 22, 2016

Sicily is a beautiful country to visit. My grandparents were from Sicily, so I decided to visit the country. If you are in Catania, definitely stop by the Parco Archeologico site.

Thank Lisa P
Reviewed January 5, 2016 via mobile

Hidden away of a filthy street is a Greco-Roman theater unique to all of Europe. At some stage the residents of Catania just started building the city right into the sides and over the top of this ancient theater. About a quarter of the theater...More

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Response from naugaman | Reviewed this property |
Their web site site says that the re-opening has been delayed to March 28 because of weather, and they are normally closed on Mondays. This was from a translated page from the authority that runs it.