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Interesting site but need own transport

We ended up taking a taxi from Preveza to the first site and then walked to the city walls and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Nimrod104
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Harpenden, United Kingdom
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Great site

Some substantial remains of Roman Nicopolis. Extensive walls of some height, a stunning theatre and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Inigo_78
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Glasgow, United Kingdom
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Nicopolis is an ancient city that was built on 31 B.C by Octavios after the batle of Aktio. If you translate it from Greek to English Nicopolis, means the city of victory. It is placed just outside the town of Preveza. It is great for someone that...more
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5th Km National Road Preveza-Ioannina, Preveza 481 00, Greece
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We ended up taking a taxi from Preveza to the first site and then walked to the city walls and theatre. It was all very interesting and the mosaics have been well preserved. As we were on foot, we didn't go onto the third site...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Some substantial remains of Roman Nicopolis. Extensive walls of some height, a stunning theatre and a palatial residence. Lots of other bits and pieces are scattered across a few square miles, so a car is helpful to see it all. The museum is very informative...More

Thank Inigo_78
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Take the time out to check out the old City walls, small amphitheatre and villa site with mosaics. The museum was also impressive. We showed a little interest and were treated to a lots of helpful information from the guide manning the first section. So...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We sropped on our way to acheron river.the ruins were under construction but it was lovely .i cand wait to see it all done so we can visit again

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Nikopolis is an amazing site full of Ancient & Byzantine city walls, some running right along the road. Above the remains of the theater is a monument set up by the Roman Emperor Augustus to declare his victory over Antony & Cleopatra at Actium. It's...More

Thank phihellene
Reviewed June 3, 2018

First you can visit the anchient city of Nicopolis. It is located a few Kilometers from Preveza. There are a lot of anchient walls and mosaics. With the same ticket you have to visit the Nicopolis Museum. There are original status and other articles. It...More

Thank kdeli
Reviewed May 25, 2018 via mobile

Great museum.small but interesting. Wonderful displays. Friendly people.the kids enjoyed it....especially the sarcophaguses...

Thank Maria K
Reviewed March 26, 2018

You will find this museum at the entrance of the city,near to the ancient Nikopolis. The museum is new and you can see a really nice excibition.The best part is that everything there is about the ancient Nikopolis only ,so you are not disturbed or...More

Thank Theodora85 P
Reviewed January 5, 2018

In the museum the visitor can see a variety of statues and tombs sculptured the way ancient Greeks and Romans use to present their artwork,tools and local coins as Nicopolis had its own monetary system.At the site where part of the ruins of the old...More

Thank candevoyat
Reviewed November 6, 2017

After scrambling around the ruins on our own, we went back to the museum to read something about the place. There was only one other family there when we entered, so one of the workers followed us through the entire building. Not sure if we...More

Thank Victoria L
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Kaiya M
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Response from sunbird25 | Reviewed this property |
not sure how much in USD- but we paid 2 euros.
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Response from Ben P | Reviewed this property |
The opening times ar rather unpredictable. There dont seem to be any guides either- it's all very low budget in those terms. I went there and discovered it was closed so I jumped over the fence, which the local kids all do... More
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