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I enjoyed the visit to the Roman Amphitheatre very much. It was nice to go to the spot where the artists would have performed and try the acoustics by saying something and hearing your voice spreading everywhere.
We happened to arrive shortly before closing so we didn't have a lot of time but I felt like it was enough. We had no tour guide and it may have been worth the extra money if they offered one (not sure if they do)....More
The whole area has ongoing archaeological excavations, so you can see the statified layers- fascinating. The Roman theatre has great accoustics, so do try them out, stand on the stone in the middle. There are also artifacts from the sunken city on display