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Amazing bath complex for the rich and famous of Roman times. You might have the whole place to yourself. Great views over the sea nearby. If you went to the Amphitheatre in Pozzuoli it is on the same ticket (and much better). You can walk...More
A truly fascinating site and location if you are interested in ancient Rome. However, it repay dividends if you prepare yourself by reading up on the site beforehand as, unlike Pompeii or Herrculanuem, there are no foreign language guide books or plans to buy site....More
First of all, you pay 4 Euros and for that you have the possibility to visit 4 different attractions within 2 days, from what I understood from the employee working there. This information is from the sign at the entrance there and are the 4...More
Without doubt one of the best things I have ever seen in Italy.
A smaller scale Pompeii / Ostia but this will cost you £2 train from Montesanto and only £4 to get in. Note that this £4 ticket lasts for two days...More
This park exceeded my expectations. I was the only visitor at the time, so to have the sprawling site all to myself and undertake it at a leisurely pace, was bliss. The site also offers a lovely view of the bay.
Entry was only EURO$4...More
The excavated buildings, dating from the first century BC to the fourth century AD, are structured across seven terraced levels. A lot of the buildings, mosaics and statues are still under water. The ancient Roman city of Baiae, on the northwest shore of the Gulf...More
Thrilling to walk through the beautiful buildings and up and down the steep stairs. I wondered how the poor servants had to run up and down those steps. Take good walking shoes and walk everywhere. You can really go into every room and take in...More
This park preserves a remarkable row of Roman villas and baths, all terraced into the hillside. The elite came here to party and bath in the hot springs during the 1st century BC. It can be hard to visualise how the building would have looked...More
Unfortunately, we were in a taxi so I am not absolutely certain of the directions. All I know is that the small sign pointing up a hill as you approach the sea front takes you on a wild goose chase and back down to the sea... More
Unfortunately, we were in a taxi so I am not absolutely certain of the directions. All I know is that the small sign pointing up a hill as you approach the sea front takes you on a wild goose chase and back down to the sea front. Our driver asked in a local cafe and somebody drove in front of the taxi to show us the entrance. Apparently, the entrance has been changed and it is nearer the sea front than before. My advice is to email our driver and ask him if he can advise you further. Tripadvisor is not allowing me to include the email address here. Look up Francesco Marrapese on here and there is a link to his website and email.
Having driven us there he will be more aware of the location of the entrance.
It's a fabulous site. There is a museum in the castle on the hill in the distance but we didn't have time for that. I believe there are artefacts there from the archaeological site. A lot of the site is still under water but we didn't have time to see if there was a glass bottomed boat to view the sea bed. If you are divers you could try that.
All the best. I hope you enjoy your trip there.
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Parking is extremely limited at this facility, although there is parking nearby (payed "official" parking, but a few street side spots might be had, depending on time of day). All within easy walking distance to front... More
Parking is extremely limited at this facility, although there is parking nearby (payed "official" parking, but a few street side spots might be had, depending on time of day). All within easy walking distance to front entrance of the museum.