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Adventure wrote a review Oct 2019
Helsinki, Finland75 contributions33 helpful votes
We walked past this Archeological site a few times during the week. We found 2 information boards telling in Italian and English what we were looking at as well as what the buildings looked like in the past. Did not seem as if you could get a closer look than from the road, perhaps because it was off season. Interesting enough to imagine what used to be here, but when we passed it was just a quick pause to read what was written and then move on.…
Date of experience: October 2019
Mark alan B wrote a review Dec 2017
Besana in Brianza, Italy51 contributions16 helpful votes
My family and I enjoy going to the thermal baths in the Padova area every year, particularly Montegrotto. In the center strip leading to the train station is a site of archeological ruins that is a pleasant surprise and rather interesting to visit and read about
Date of experience: December 2017
marcelo-dillenburg wrote a review Sep 2017
Porto Alegre, RS428 contributions24 helpful votes
The whole region is full of ancient areas to visit, and this is the least interesting I have seen. It is something taking a look if you are in the town and have time to spare, but it doesn't merit more than a couple minutes.
Date of experience: September 2017
Response from Associazione L, Presidente associazione LAPIS at Area Archeologica di Viale Stazione
Responded Dec 5, 2017
Dear marcelo-dillenburg maybe you did not enjoyed the visit with the archaeologist, I assure you that it occopy you for half an hour at least. Thank you for your review!
Desiree N wrote a review Jun 2017
This sight shows the layout very well and is in a very good location in the middle of the town. Well worth a visit
Date of experience: April 2017
Response from Associazione L, Presidente Associazione LAPIS at Area Archeologica di Viale Stazione
Responded Dec 20, 2017
Dear Desiree N, thank you for the the review. Come and visit us to enjoy two more archaeological areas in Montegrotto Terme!
alexberle wrote a review Jul 2016
Montegrotto Terme, Italy17 contributions5 helpful votes
An extraordinarily uninteresting very poor site. No infos at all. If you take a walk in the site eight to ten minutes are enough: you'll see pieces of walls, bricks, stones. A waist of time, but luckily a very short one.
Date of experience: August 2015