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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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We braved Sicilian Roads in driving rain because this was to be the jewel of our Sicilian trip. Let’s just say that you can't tell much about the temples or get a feel for the place by walking through
If you have limited time, and...More
Walking through the Valley of the Temples, past the amazing Greek ruins is an experience not to be missed. The beauty of these ancient temples and the beauty of the surrounding countryside took my breath away. The Concordia is in almost pristine shape, amazing after...More
This is a truly amazing experience, for both young and old alike, taking you back through Sicily's varied history. So much time and loving care have been spent on bring the temples to life, and the views across the surrounding countryside are breath-taking.
A beautiful place to visit. We came with a private driver who dropped us off at the ticket office. Entering the site is easy with the view Mediterannean as a backdrop for the first temple. An experience not to be missed.
We went on a hot summer day. We were directed to park at the bottom of the hill, fair walking distance away from the entrance. Thankfully there were lots of cabs waiting to talk groups of tourists up the hill for €3 per person. It's...More
Wander amongst the ruins and you can imagine ancient gods, temples, roads illustrative of an ancient past some reconstructed and some still lying where they fell over millennia. Not overly crowded with ample access and time to roam this site and ponder these tremendous architectural,...More
This site is one of the most beautiful, ancient and touching sites I've ever visited in my life. Just looking closely at the ancient weathered pillars and stones, it's hard to fathom how long ago this place was created and how the people lived and...More
Agrigento is off the beaten path but is a must see attraction. These ruins go back to the 5th and 6th centuries. The highlight is Concordia Temple in my opinion and is astonishing to see in person. The real magnitude of it is a thing...More