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Museo Civico Archeologico

Via Portigiani 1, 50014, Fiesole, Italy
+39 055 596 1293
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An interesting side trip from Florence

The Roman remains are small enough but the Etruscan museum is well done. They won't tell you the... read more

Reviewed January 11, 2016
GYWX
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Wexford, Ireland
A beautiful place full of history

I thoroughly enjoyed my rainy day visit to the Roman ruins and museum. The ruins themselves are... read more

Reviewed November 2, 2015
Poetryqn
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New York
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Since 1914 Archaeological Museum conserves Etruscan, Roman and Lombard finds, telling the history of Fiesole. In front of the Museum there is Archaeological Area, with the Roman Theatre (that holds shows and viewers during the Summer), the Etruscan and Roman Temple and the Roman Baths. Everything is sorrounded by the calm of nature, even though it's very close to Florence.
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Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Via Portigiani 1, 50014, Fiesole, Italy
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+39 055 596 1293
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Reviewed January 11, 2016

The Roman remains are small enough but the Etruscan museum is well done. They won't tell you the ticket includes a free videoguide, you have to ask for it; it's helpful. If you want to see the panorama of Florence from Fiesole, walk back to...More

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Reviewed November 2, 2015

I thoroughly enjoyed my rainy day visit to the Roman ruins and museum. The ruins themselves are evocative and interesting, while the museum is filled with fascinating exhibits, including some very absorbing reconstructions that helped me to visualize what life was like in these hills...More

Thank Poetryqn
Reviewed October 25, 2015

Fiesole Archaeological Site. I went there one morning last May and was so surprised by how well keep theses grounds were and its history. Etruscan Temple and Roman remains like houses street, Tombs, walls around the city. Roman baths and a theatre that is used...More

Thank mje0250
Reviewed October 24, 2015

The public bus ride from Florence to Fiesole is a very picturesque ride. The day we were at the ruins and museum, they were very empty. It was nice to stroll around and not walk in to lots of tourists. There is also a very...More

4  Thank luvroma2
Reviewed October 20, 2015

Amazing to see how much of this theater has been preserved through time. The site is very accesible and well kept, certainly recommended

Thank Saskija93
Reviewed October 18, 2015 via mobile

We took the bus up to Fiesole to see the archaeological ruins. It is a beautiful area and there were only a few people there, which was a nice break from busy Florence. The site is definitely worth a visit and there are a few...More

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Reviewed September 30, 2015 via mobile

The ruins of the Roman Theater, baths and Etruscan altars give a sense of ancient times. The view across the Tuscan hills is spectacular. The museum has a nice collection of artifacts and bones chronicling the Longobard invasion.

Thank Knyte7
Reviewed September 27, 2015

Ready for a break from the crowds in Florence? Take bus route 7 from Florence (20 minute ride) for a great half day trip In the hills north of town. Walk in a Roman amphitheater and check out the acoustics. Check out the ruins of...More

Thank Sunshinestater
Reviewed September 24, 2015

It was amazing to climb over the ruins. We came in the evening just before closing. We loved it here even though we were too late for the audio guide....

Thank Antonia Jane M
Reviewed September 21, 2015

This is one of the best preserved Archeological sites in Tuscany and the museum is one of the best in Florence. I will recommend,, Note the Number 7 local bus takes you to the town and site from Florence, the drive is lovely, as well...More

1  Thank JBOttawa
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921Marilyn
October 21, 2016|
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Response from hikeforcalm2 | Reviewed this property |
So sorry, life has been too busy since Italy 2016! But it's still a beautiful fresh memory. I guess you now know if there are May concerts in the amphitheatre. I would have advised you to check their website, or email the... More
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osama k
November 11, 2015|
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Response from mjj2red | Reviewed this property |
Hi, This is on one of the hillsides above Florence in Fiesole. I know you can catch it in Piaza San Marco across from the church. It is the number 7 bus if I remember correctly. Yes, there are a number of restaurants... More
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