There are regular tours but we opted for a private trip for the 4 of us with an bi-lingual guide. Buses and cars must be parked at a collection point. Then visitors are taken by bus for a short drive and then must walk quite a long way into the site, accompanied by an official guide. There are good bi-lingual printed signs at the various stopping points. We were not allowed to start our walk back to the site bus until the group of young students included in the same group were ready to leave.
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