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Liguria’s best kept secret. Firstly, the entrance is on via Braccioli, not 37, via Luni! We had the entire place to ourselves, and even though I checked beforehand to make sure it was open, both the amphitheatre and theatre were closed. A charming lady opened...More
The area of the archeological site was once a Roman port, used to transport Carraea marble throughout the Roman Empire.
For the rest, the site is difficult to find, so are signs and/or explanation.
Once thing, however, is quite clear, the required € 4 entrance...More
An ancient city partially excavated, with interpretive panels, mostly in Italian only. The museum buildings are closed, so it’s difficult to make sense of the remains. A handy café in the car park. This is located on Via Braccioli on the west side of the...More
A very interesting if slightly unkempt site with a small informative museum attached. The sad thing was not being allowed to go inside the amphitheatre. - out of season the opening hours are very restrictive. If they don't have a dedicated guide on hand then...More
This large archaeological park has some fascinating areas and an interesting museum but with minimal information as you wonder around you leave with more questions than answers. Definitely worth a visit and in desperate need of guides or guidebooks.
No problem finding the site as we just put the address in the sat nav but the parking is just past the entrance. You will need to check the address and opening times on its website to make sure its open before setting off.