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Baia Archeological Park

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Baia Archeological Park

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Scenic E-Bike Ride with Vineyard Wine & Meal
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Scenic E-Bike Ride with Vineyard Wine & Meal

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Take a break from the urban pace of Naples with this e-bike tour through the scenic Phlegrean Fields just outside the city. Enjoy convenient hotel pickup and transportation to nearby Pozzuoli to set off by e-bike with your guide along the coastline to the volcanic Lake Averno. Learn about the history of a ancient sites along the ride and relax over a winery lunch featuring local organic wines and dishes.
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BellaRoma3 wrote a review Aug 2020
Rome, Italy69 contributions8 helpful votes
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If you love history, archeology or just are curious about Ancient Rome this site is fantastic. You get a real picture of why the area originally Greek, was so prized for the romans and emperors as a zone to relax in the healing waters of the zone enjoying the spectacular views of the bay. It’s also lovely to explore without experiencing lines or crowds. You may pass one or two along the but the experience is incredible. But see it all and DON’T miss baths of mercury! That’s where the must beautiful site is (the indoor pool/ frigidarium)
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Lesley S wrote a review Sep 2019
Durham30 contributions23 helpful votes
Baia is well worth visiting. The site is fascinating and it is well worth researching before you visit as there is very little information available. Very few tourists have heard of it so it is a peaceful haven that you can wander round at leisure. For me the highlights are the stunning dome and Venus temple. The underwater park can be visited on Sat and Sun, however the visibility was poor when I went so I missed out meaning I will have to return.....and I will. Fantastic and easy to get to by train.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Angela.Ellis wrote a review Jul 2019
Shrewsbury, United Kingdom151 contributions28 helpful votes
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This place is amazing a real hidden gem.There were no other tourists here when we visited. A must see!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Michael J wrote a review Jul 2019
Hollywood, Florida109 contributions29 helpful votes
If you Loved Pompeii and Want to see more in the area Baia is your next stop ! The archaeological site is nestled below Puzzuoli and weaved by a residential area. Half the city literally sunk during an earthquake in tact. So if you dive you will see amazing sights through guided dives. For the land lover, there are sites and ancient houses , market places etc from Ancient Rome .. You will love this place plus great local restaurants. A short Uber ride from Naples will bring you back to Ancient Napoli ...
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Seasandzzz wrote a review Apr 2019
Dawlish, United Kingdom77 contributions57 helpful votes
This large complex of ruins covers three terraces. The park contains remnants of a theatre, thermal rooms and pools, temples, shrines, shops, halls and villas. One of the most amazing structures, is the Temple of Mercury/Temple of Echo, (the acoustics are amazing), built 40BC. Measuring 21.5 metres in diameter, the dome with oculus, is apparently the oldest dome in the world and was the largest in the world before the Pantheon was built. A MUST TO VISIT. Baia was a Roman city offering these incredible buildings for relaxation for the well to do. Most of the city is underwater in the Bay of Naples. You can take a special glass bottomed boat to see the underwater mosaics, streets, statues and more. We did not have enough time to do it but its on the list ! There was a beautifully painted celing in one of the rooms with angels on. Mosaic flooring still to be seen. What a fab place to visit. Steep steps and walkways so wear your trainers or boots.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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