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This region is one of the most important archeological sites in the world with many great temples such as Hera (Juno,) Lacinia, Concordia, Heracles (Hercules) and Olympian Zeus (Jupiter,) all dramatically perched along a long rocky scarp.
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Without seeing this site, your travel to sicily is not complete.
This world heritage site is a little far from of city.
Do not miss the archeological museum which is located near the main entrance.
You need minimum 3 hours for visiting this site.
I love ancient Roman and Greek, so the valley was incredible to me. It is a very preserved old Greek city after which you are walking.Some temples are very well preserved. Is 2 km of valley in one wag.For 2 € also offer one-way driving....More
Rained heavily so we were fortunate to return when it opened the next morning. It's a good thing because there's a lot of territory to cover. We shared a taxi up from parking with 4 other tourists and walked though the area back down to...More
This is really a must-visit-place. The distance of the temples is quite long, so if it's a hot day and you are not comfortable to walk consider taking a taxi back from other end. Remember to visit also the Garden, it's weel worth of the...More
What is a trip to Agrigento if you do not visit the Valley of the Temples? Unless you have no desire to see Greek ruins. This is a nice area to learn the history of the town and all the temples that remain. I would...More
November was great weather and absolutely no crowds. We had beautiful clear skies and the archeological site nearly to ourselves. Beautiful history and I'd highly recommend a guide or all you are looking at is some old pillars. You need the history behind it all....More