The best mosaics that I have seen! The whole villa is a dream. Good story about the owner and how they lived in the villa.
About Villa Romana del Casale
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Amazing to see such well preserved mosaic from the Roman empire! And in such a vast area. A real treat and very tourist friendly that the place is roofed.
This site was covered in a mud slide in the 12th century which in fact preserved the building from ruin and decay or destruction by enemies. Excavations have unearthed the rooms and mosaics which are still spectacular today. Well worth a visit..
The mosaics at the Villa del Casale are among the best-preserved as well as the most ornate and rich anywhere. The villa is located a couple of miles from the small town of Piazza Armerina in central Sicily - it's a long way from the...More
We spent a lovely couple of hours here. Every room of the emperors villa had beautiful mosaics telling stories and they are in really good condition. Buy the book being sold by the sellers before you buy your entrance ticket, it takes you from start...More
It's wonderful to see and read about this place, this huge Roman Villa built many hundreds of years ago (over 15 hundred.) Many of the mosaic floors are intact and beautiful, each telling their story, or history of the times. Pick up a €10 book...More
The preservation status of the mosaics is impressive. The site has been refurbished over the last 20 years, which means that it is easier to visit. There are guided tours, but not for all languages. Visitors are advised to ask beforehand. The personnel's attitude may...More
This Roman Villa is really worth a visit. Even my teen/young adult children enjoyed themselves and read all the signs at every room. The villa is impressive in size and beautifully displayed for us today. The explanation of the function of the rooms and the...More
You can see temples, churches and great beaches anywhere but you will never see a villa like this anywhere else. Room after room of the most beautiful mosaics depicting life in Roman times. I recommend you grab a guide - they introduce themselves to you...More
The Italians are hopeless at signposts. This is a unesco world heritage site but the first signposts didn't appear until approximately two miles before we arrived. We had a decent map but even that didn't help. So glad we persisted though. If you make the...More