I can't say that this place is mandatory for visiting, but if you have time you should visit it. The excavations are still "young" and the restorations are still in progress. It's an interesting place with great history, but unfortunately forgotten by the time. Also, it's very hot during the summer days (38 degrees + ), so be prepared. The official way to visit is to stop at the museum's parking ( which is about 1.5 km away ), to enter into the museum and then to catch a special shuttle bus ( on every 15-20 minutes ). As we found out, due to the EU funding, the entrance tickets are free for EU citizens ( but the buss is 2 euro ). If you want, you can try to go to the excavations by your self - there have a small parking, but the road to there is very narrow. Guiding information on place is available, but it's better to find a guide. We was not prepared, but fortunately we met Rafael, a freelance guide, which made us an excavations tour for about an hour. You can find him at firstname.lastname@example.org, but if not, probably you can ask in the museum.
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